Month: August 2003

Reading List

My Currently Reading list has returned – in a more graphical format. Curiously enough, indicated that I gave them a fair number of clickthroughs over the past few months. So to better track which titles my readers are interested in, I’ve decided to make the online bookshop a permanent fixture in my listings. Like …

Smashing news!

The BBC is going to release its radio and television archives to the public. Greg Dyke, director general of the BBC, has announced plans to give the public full access to all the corporation’s programme archives. Mr Dyke said on Sunday that everyone would in future be able to download BBC radio and TV programmes …


My long-time music advisor, Sim, came over this afternoon to listen to my latest productions. According to her, some of my jazz compositions sound like Henry Mancini, and my alternative/funk tracks have elements of Fun Lovin’ Criminals. So it looks like I’ll be getting some new albums the next time I visit That CD Shop.