We all, including the BBC, think of the recent flocking to the seaside as starting with the Victorians and the railways but, according to the Daily Telegraph, recent work, particularly by Anton Wroblewski of the […]
The origins of Arthur’s round table
Scientist discover a stinky heritage.
Trees really communicate.
I’ve posted another short story about a couple being kept apart by family neds and prejudice. It’s a theme I find compelling as so many of my age group had to move to find work […]
I’ve had my second jab and, like the first it has engendered tiredness and a falling in my powers of concentration. The most recent incidence being walking out of the supermarket without paying. Fortunately, before […]
The Bank of England was fifty one years old, not yet retiral age, when it was almost destroyed by the Scots. In 1745 the Scottish Highlanders under Bonnie Prince Charlie invaded England, got as far […]
The Show Might Go On is on its way to Birlinn for their consideration, or if you prefer, I have invited a publisher to print my book. While they are thinking it over, I’m taking […]
Living in a village.
The Polish Princess risks much to wed James III