Up at the crack of dawn to hear your 15 minutes of fame - very, very good programme. When I've retired I'd love to join you - that's likely to be in 2040, unless they move the goalposts again!I'll put the link on the bulletin board at East Malling on Monday - just to show there is life on the other side!Adam
Hi Adam Many thanks,you will be most welcome to join us (rich)90 year olds ,or maybe on a day off?.The trouble is trying not to give too much info,I had 3 hours prepared in case no one spake.Did you know Basil Neame?he was an auxillier at pre 16 years of age(info from him)Jim Mount was another,as was Sir Thomas Neame.yours;-The Prettiest Horse in the Glue Factory.
Hi, I listened to this broadcast (I subscribe to the podcast) and thought of you so very pleased to check out the blog and see that it was indeed your group.A great walk for the episode too, I have spent a bit of time walking around Wye and Chilham - such a lovely place.
A good programme. Sounds like you youngesters wore poor Claire Balding out judging by allo the huffing and puffing she was doing :-)Glen
Hi Glen the real hero of the day is the producer Helen Chetwynd,who had to carry all the kit,and make a suitable recording,capturing the wind in the trees and the tromp across the fields as well as the disrespect shown by my friends audible in the background.Hi Keiron,we keep going back to that spot,it's mainly because we(I) don't get lost so easilygp