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At the Proms. Le jardin feerique from Ravel’s Ma mere l’oye really is the music that leads you to the gates of paradise and lets you in. Amazing performance from Simon Rattle and LSO.
This is interesting. I had no idea that the brilliant novelist @ThatSadieJones
's father wrote this film (plus Modesty Blaise, Funeral in Berlin, Wake in Fright ...) https://t.co/AkqHsVeE85
: Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick” has perhaps the most memorable opening line in all of Western literature: “I hope you moth…
Actually I like weasels. Will have to try and think of another word.
Watch these weasels. Watch as they try to embed their narrative that the chaos that is coming in March 2019 is all the EU's fault. https://t.co/SusfBE9y5l
Happy Birthday! Looks like you are in good company ... https://t.co/80GhA4V2dE
Don’t spill that coffee on it, now ... https://t.co/vtfgLCuaEP
Hi N, spent a nice day with Graham yesterday. He would love to hear from you.
‘Your town,’ said Sophie, coming up close beside him and putting her arm through his, as they both peered down through the floor-to-ceiling glass of the Shard’s viewing platform at the buildings more than two hundred metres below.’
(Middle England, Chapter 16)
Definitely underrated. The final episode where Chrissie married Robin’s brother devastated me at the time!
Wow, how did I not know about this book? Especially having spent two weeks in Romania with Elaine back in the 90s. When was it published?
Very true. I blame the Yootha today.
Sorry, it’s early ...
These are the kinds of insight into popular culture that have won me a huge twitter following. Relentless likeability isn't enough.
On the subject of MATH, it took me a long time to realise that George Roper was so called because, in the original conception of the character, he was meant to be a GRoper.
I was hoping someone would spot the reference. Might have known it would be John ... https://t.co/0pYfHj1jpr
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