Archive for October, 2006

All The Shah’s Men

Friday, October 27th, 2006

I’m reading a very comprehensive and interesting history of British involvement in Iran: All The Shah’s Men by Stephen Kinzer. If you don’t know much about Iran it’s well worth a read! I’m enjoying hanging out in Hammersmith – I’ve done very little since I’ve been back from Germany except read but it’s lovely to […]

Now in Nuremberg

Tuesday, October 24th, 2006

Writing from Nuremberg where I am camped out at my brother´s flat. He is here studying German for a few month and is now really good! We arrived Saturday morning after a night of little sleep and a tiring journey! We managed to get through security but only after they´d stripped us of toothpaste, shower […]

A birthday song

Monday, October 16th, 2006

Back in sunny Norwich. Just spent a lovely day in Ipswich learnin’ stuff and a surprisingly pleasant evening working. All this work has meant that I didn’t get the chance to wish Anne happy birthday so here it is Anne… Happy Birthday to you (repeat several times, getting gradually louder and more confident) Happy Birthday […]

No time for dreams

Sunday, October 15th, 2006

Will be winging my way back to Norwich in a bit after a weekend of non-stop excitement! Been on an interesting tour of the Bush House (the BBC) many thanks to Ping! Can’t believe they only digitalized their radio last year and up until then the poor chaps were having to edit tape with a […]

Probably important

Thursday, October 5th, 2006

I’m watching a black comedy called Dr Strangelove or How We Learnt To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb. It’s probably a very important film.

Still working

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006

Work has taken over my life and blogging has drifted into the background. While I’m dreaming of getting fit cycling the many miles to work everyday, Keyvan has been creating! Check out his latest masterpiece at After searching the Cathedrals of Norwich for many fruitless hours for the Art Not Oil exhibition, we gave […]