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John Lennon In His Own Words

From the BBC archives.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06f4xm2

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‘Plastic Pollution, Rural Roads and Bogs’ In Wales

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09fmwz4

Discussion of Plant Genetic Modification In the UK

‘Genetic modification has become one of the most controversial sciences of modern times.

Charlotte Smith hosts a panel discussion looking at where the technology is today and what its future is, here in the UK.’

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/farming-today/id261779638?mt=2&i=1000395529482

A New Era of Space Exploration

Tonight’s BBC World News on PBS left us thinking that the United States has no other manned space vehicle to take us back into space once the shuttle fleet is retired. They did not do their homework. NASA and Lockheed Martin have been working on Orion for several years. My brother-in-law has been working on procuring materials for the heat shield for quite some time.

How does one obtain past episodes of BBC’s radio program(me) "The Archers"?

I have subscribed to the podcasts via iTunes. Only the previous week’s programs are available to new subscribers. I don’t need all 16,000+ episodes, just a few years or so. Well, it would be nice to start at the beginning. 🙂

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Now for something completely different. This photo is the closest thing I have to a high school senior picture.


Check out the suit and tie. That’s how one traveled in those days.

Our family moved to Kano, Nigeria the summer before my senior year. I completed my last year in high school through correspondence studies while living in Kano. It was a blast. I may have missed all the senior year activities but I would not trade it for the time I spent in Kano. What could be better than to spend a year in a totally foreign culture at such an impressionable age.

Given Nigeria was a former British colony, still with close ties to the mother country, and The Beatles were in the middle of their career, it was a teenager’s paradise. We, there were six kids about the same age, would listen to “Pick of the Pops” on the Beeb (BBC) and get the latest news about music in England. Each week we would go into town and check out the latest British record releases at the Kingsway department store. At Christmas, the English kids came home from school in England and brought with them the brand new “Beatles For Sale” LP. Did I mention heaven?

The photo was taken on a Seine River cruise in Paris. I was on my way back to the States to attend university. I have the fondest memories of that year. One of the most wonderful years of my life.

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Lusi Mud Volcano


Mud Eruption 'Caused by Drillling’

That’s soo nice. Maybe they can create a spa?

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