I enjoyed this.
A Journey Through Britain. LINK.
Source BBC Radio 4.
How do accents and dialects change on the longest continuous train journey in Britain?
In A Journey We jump on board in Aberdeen in the early morning and arrive late in the evening in Penzance over 600 miles away.
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Whilst appreciating that there are existing HS2 threads, I wanted to broaden the discussion to encompass George Osborne's efforts to include Chinese contractors in the £14Bn HS2 phase 1 bidding process.
Putting aside for now discussions about whether the UK workforce is equipped to build HS2, I...
Loaded up the Merc with some friends and went to Goodwood yesterday, the queues in and out were horrendous, but worth it. Delayed for a couple of hours the sun then appeared and these are a selection of shots.
yet again I am here to ask you for some more advice and opinions. :o
Our second UK road trip will probably take us around the entire island counter-clockwise which means the east will be first on the list.
However, I still don't have a proper clue where to drive and what to...
TV Program on Channel 5 at 8pm this evening called POT HOLE BRITAIN DRIVERS BEWARE Should be interesting in particular for those unfortunate enough to have experienced one of these :wallbash:
With the closure of the FORD Transit production factory at the Swaythling plant in Southamton and its associated the tool and stamping operation in Dagenham Ford have effectively ended all their vehicle production on the UK mainland today . Transit production is being moved to Turkey - where...
I know there are a few aviation enthusiasts here so thought it worth mentioning that Channel 4 are re-running the program about the De Havilland Mosquito that was first shown last night on the 47 network tonight at 8pm. As well as the history element it includes some good contemporary colour...
Shown this morning, but a 2010 repeat (well, it is the Beeb) a whole programme about cars.
Cheap tyres (with some interesting results) - at around 20 mins
Sale/buyer matching agents
Including some inside shots of a police multi-storey car park, where stolen recovered etc...
In the her article, Greer observes
It's worth reading the rest of the article as it raises some interesting points about accountability and performance of the HA.
So, rather than just post a rant about the state of the roads, the number of potholes, etc., what constructive suggestions can we...
From recorded history who was Britains most evil man, was it Cromwell, or William the Conqueror, James II or my choice Edward I. Or from the modern era Churchill or Bomber Harris.
Could Mary Tudor slip in as Britains most evil woman or some one from the much more modern era?
What makes men...