On November 20th, 1985, the song “D’Ye Ken Ted Moult?” by Half Man Half Biscuit was played on Radio One by John Peel. Less than ten months later, Ted Moult was dead. This was the first strike of a curse that would take many celebrities down.
My new passport arrived in the post today. I will not be using is to travel to exotic foreign destinations, for this in my Pier Passport: a handy guide to the seaside piers of the UK.
As I get ready to start work on Gardale again, I found the original track plan!
The Stafford–Shrewsbury line formerly ran between Shrewsbury and Stafford, from 1849 to 1966.
Those paying attention will spot that the little thing above only shows Wellington to Stafford… and for good reason – the line between Shrewsbury and Wellington is still in use, and here I’m only interested in the closed parts.
A dusty old one from the back of the store cupboard: a Maxon SMX-4O50NLA!
I’ve just found the entire series of “The Boat That Guy Built” available in one block on You Tube,
Enjoy two blokes fecking about on a boat, narrated by the sexist voice in the UK: Liza Tarbuck!
In the beginning the was Bellisario and the Void. And Bellisario looked upon the Void and the darkness and proclaimed “Let there be JAG”, and thus there was JAG.
Another post about radios… this time the Tait 8110: