Jane Norman

19 Feb 19
AndyClarkWalks

Timeball and Telegraph Trail Part 2 (Dartford to Rochester), a social walk organised by the Kent group of the LDWA – Sunday 17 February 2019.  Part 1 (Greenwich to Dartford) can be read here. A linear route mainly on footpaths, tracks and field edges. It is around 19 miles in length, including a total ascent […]

18 Feb 19
Jane Odriozola

I haven’t posted for a while – since Salzburg, we have had some hectic weeks and all-consuming programmes. Millions of new notes to learn or polish. But boy, has it been worth it! Rich musical experiences that demanded and received all my energy – and yet produced even more. Working on Shostakovich Symphony number 10 […]

18 Feb 19
Bridge with Mike Eden

Rank Pair Names %Score 1 27 Gillian Weldon & Pam Rubens 64.64 2 5 Jill Kaye & Rachel Shashoua 63.66 3 38 Diana Black & Andrea Lyttleton 59.90 4 19 Ghita Tarn & Norman Tarn 59.75 5 16 Jeremy Burchell & Myna Punwani 59.09 6 39 Jill Stern & Michael Stern 59.09 7 4 Pat […]

18 Feb 19
Archive Television Musings

In 1985 Radio 1 broadcast 30 Years of Rock, which comprised a repeat run of 25 Years of Rock plus five new programmes looking at the music and events from 1980 to 1984. The introduction in the first edition was extended to include some of the main events and records of the early eighties, but […]

18 Feb 19
The Joggers Journal

Entries for the 2018 Sandhurst Joggers Club Championships are now open and lots of members have already submitted their entries… however some categories are still light so don’t miss out on the chance to win a trophy. The club championship is an annual competition and is calculated by looking at your best performances over a number of […]

18 Feb 19
Listen Up Missy

Rory Gilmore is and always has been my inspiration for life itself and set a goal that I can complete. I want to get to know more classics. As I read I will change the title to a link and add the date of which I completed. LETS GO!! 1. 1984 by George Orwell 2. Adventures of Huckleberry […]

18 Feb 19
Hedendaagse sieraden

Art Gallery of South Australia is een museum in Adelaide (Australië) waar onder anderen hedendaagse sieraden worden verzameld en gepresenteerd. Ook geeft het museum boeken uit. Geschiedenis In 1974 was de eerste tentoonstelling met sieraden te zien in het museum. Deze was gemaakt door de conservator toegepaste kunst Dick Richards, in samenwerking met Crafts Board of […]

17 Feb 19
Urban Wronski Writes

There’s something about the debate around asylum seekers that taps into the darkness in the souls of millions of Australians. There’s a reflexive suspicion and bigotry which is being manipulated and forged into hatred by wordsmiths on the government payroll.   It’s a practice of the black art of propaganda which is despicable and verges […]

17 Feb 19
The AIM Network

There’s something about the debate around asylum seekers that taps into the darkness in the souls of millions of Australians. There’s a reflexive suspicion and bigotry which is being manipulated and forged into hatred by wordsmiths on the government payroll.   It’s a practice of the black art of propaganda which is despicable and verges […]

17 Feb 19
unistorynorth

Jane Ogilvy had entered Higher Ed in her thirties, some ten years before. A History MA, she’d first worked in marketing after graduation before teaching in a sixth form college. She then worked part-time for a while at University North before being persuaded to join the History Department full-time. Her potential to become a Programme […]

16 Feb 19
CHICAGO HAZE

Noteworthy releases: Betty – Betty Who Let’s Try The After (Vol. 1) – Broken Social Scene Why Make Sense – Heartstreets Unfurl – RX Y Berkeley’s On Fire – SWMRS

16 Feb 19
Building Everest

Landschlacht, Switzerland, Saturday 15 February 2019 I have been to Paris only twice in my life: by myself for three days in November 1996 and with my wife for five days during the Easter season in 2002. On the first visit I had liberty on my own to explore but not a lot of money. […]

16 Feb 19
Carndonagh Presbyterian Church

A warm welcome to Maurice Wray who is conducting the service this morning. Service next  Sunday will be conducted by Patricia Jones Mid Week bible study on Wednesday evening (20th Feb) at 8pm at Howard & Helen’s holiday cottage Malin. Committee Meeting (Hillhead) on Wednesday 27th Feb at 8pm-please note change of date New Communicants: […]

16 Feb 19
Adrian Finch - Genealogy

The wedding photo of my grandparents, Norman Charles Frederick WARD and Gladys Adelaide HONEYMAN-BULL, represents a cross section of the family at the start of the Second World War. The wedding took place on the 26th February 1939 on a cold crisp February Sunday and the group photograph seems to have been taken in the […]

16 Feb 19
offalyhistoryblog

  Spring is in the air and I decided to tip down to Offaly during the week of St Valentine’s and see my old friends in Killoughy and Banagher. There are a still a fair number of Molloys in that part of the world. Everywhere I go now I hear about Tullamore because of the […]