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Lord Byron
 10 Jun '17  21:19 : 0 recs

Mental health problems are better understood than ever before.
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3dc
 10 Jun '17  15:50 : 0 recs

Zeitgiest? Dropkick Murphy's song "Blood"
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Lord Byron
 30 May '17  16:40 : 0 recs

Janine took me to ronnies.

https://www.amazon.com/AspienWoman-Unique-Characteristics-Females-Spectrum-ebook/dp/B014K30R0K/
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little c
 29 May '17  14:16 : 0 recs : edited 2 times : last edit 29 May '17  15:19

Good afternoon to you all! Join us for an immersive, "slow radio" experience of the British countryside, for a Bank Holiday weekend on the cusp of summer.

BBC Radio 3 - Sound Walk to Hay-on-Wye

The core of this programme is a recording of a ten mile walk along part of Offa's Dyke, skirting the Black Mountains, travelling North and ending up in Hay-on-Wye (where the Hay Literary Festival is in progress).

Horatio Clare is walking and meditating on the landscape. His route takes him over a babbling stream near the chapel of Capel-y-Ffin, then through fields of bleating sheep and woodland rich in birdsong, (including a cuckoo) before climbing the steep hillside to the ridge. This Black Mountain ridge is where Offa's Dyke path runs along the Welsh/English border. He sees spectacular views of the craggy Brecon Beacons to the West, and the lush fields of Herefordshire to the East. On the high ridge there is much lark song, and an occasional whinny from wild ponies. When the route descends again at Hay Bluff, there are more woodland sounds approaching Hay. Interspersed through the programme are pure soundscape recordings of some of these landscapes.

You will also hear the voices of local artists and writers musing on the inspirations they find in this landscape (poet Christopher Meredith, artist Susan Milne, folk singer Sam Lee and novelist Tom Bullough), as well as orchestral music by Welsh symphonists William Mathias and Alun Hoddinott. And Alex Clatworthy reads from literature about the region.

Horatio Clare is a multi award-winning author, broadcaster and journalist who spent his childhood on a farm in the Black Mountains.

This unusual programme is a chance to step back from the busy hurly-burly of life and engage with natural sounds and meditative thoughts inspired by the gentle rhythm of walking in one of the most beautiful landscapes in Britain.

Due to unprecedented demand from around the world, everyone reading 'Serious Topics' is also cordially invited to Ronnie Scott's.

Ronnie Scott's - Youn Sun Nah
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Lord Byron
 12 May '17  20:52 : 0 recs

http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/summerSchools/summerSchool/courses/Finance/home.aspx
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little c
 12 May '17  13:37 : 0 recs

Congratulations to all!
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Lord Byron
 10 May '17  07:55 : 0 recs

https://www.theinvestorspodcast.com/joel-greenblatt-you-can-be-a-stock-market-genius/
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little c
 08 May '17  16:10 : 0 recs

To all those who came along, thank you. BBC News reports that Emmanuel Macron, French president-elect, is to fight 'forces of division'. Moi aussi!
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Lord Byron
 01 May '17  06:33 : 0 recs

https://sites.google.com/site/bbkfes/
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Thoughtful
 17 Apr '17  19:21 : 0 recs : edited 2 times : last edit 17 Apr '17  19:37

The news about Prince Harry undergoing counciling following Diana's death ?

Strange they aren't more concerned about the circumstances and details of how she died ?

There never was any real explanation ?

I would guess that as he becomes older and wiser he is querying the circumstances and the events that led up to the tragedy ?

Kids accept and believe what adults they trust tell them , later as they become more worldly wise they query what they were told ?
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3dc
 17 Apr '17  13:15 : 0 recs

Who keeps making all these "Chinese" "may you live in interesting times" curses? The sorcerer/witch needs some backfire.
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Lord Byron
 13 Apr '17  09:17 : 0 recs

Beware of hidden value.
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little c
 13 Apr '17  09:03 : 0 recs

Unanimity! Congratulations to all!
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Lord Byron
 12 Apr '17  10:15 : 0 recs

Sainsbuy vegetarian lentil and spinach quarter pounder with salad
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little c
 12 Apr '17  10:13 : 0 recs : edited 1 time : last edit 12 Apr '17  10:19

La crème d'asperges à l'anis vert, oeuf de caille poché, crumble au Parmesan!
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little c
 10 Apr '17  08:27 : 0 recs

Si!
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Lord Byron
 10 Apr '17  07:27 : 0 recs

Secrets
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little c
 10 Apr '17  00:52 : 0 recs

Send them to Lady Byron!
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Lord Byron
 09 Apr '17  11:51 : 0 recs

Sent girl to off license and she returns with a kinky sexy blonde friend.... hic
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little c
 09 Apr '17  11:09 : 0 recs

We are on our way!

SOMMELLERIE PASSION : QUEL VIN POUR VOTRE REPAS DE PÂQUES ?

Also consider with whom you all drink this Easter!
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