At the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare.
What’s happened to the world in the last six months? Everything’s seems to be getting better! Lost has just finished series four – and it was the best yet. Not since I feverishly wondered what was down the hatch at the of series one have I tuned in as urgently to Sunday night TV. The… Continue Reading
So Hugh raised his cash. Well done. Tesco, the balls in your court. (I’m referencing this blog entry below.)
A Secret Place by Patricia Rainsford, €15 Published January 20th, 2008, Sunday Business Post. Review by Alex Meehan. The problem with crime fiction is that so many people think ‘hey, I can do that’ — before proceeding to do it badly. The genre is heaving with mediocrity and for every artfully constructed page turner there… Continue Reading
is my friend, or so it says in the book of Exodus. In this case, it’s Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, TV chef and foppish foodie. Hugh makes good television, and contributes to the amount of soothing pastoral green acreage we get on our TV screens. Mr Fearnley-Whittingstall seems like a decent bloke, and is currently in the… Continue Reading
Wow – I haven’t updated this blog since April. People must think I’m dead. Relax. Bloggage is on the way