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Digging Deep #7 - Happy Thanksgiving Day Susan Walker

Welcome back to my monthly feature, ‘Digging Deep’, where I take you back on a trip to the past in my Time Machine.

This month we are heading back to Thanksgiving Day 1994 to meet a six-year-old girl by the name of Susan Walker, who does not believe in Santa Claus.   463 more words


Sir David Attenborough in town

In Oxford right now a subdued conga line has wrapped itself around Waterstone’s bookshop on the corner of Broad Street and Cornmarket Street. It’s quite long. 110 more words


A Small Snippet of November

November and September have been a pretty lazy months for me, however I am back on the writing wagon and have a bunch of posts backlogged :) 345 more words

Small Snippet

'What are the boundaries of design?'...'What are the boundaries of problems...'-Eames


Rebecca Ford came to speak about the RSA awards. I have written down in my notes ‘assistant manager’ I’m going to assume this is Rebecca Ford! 220 more words

Industry Friday

Top 10 Monty Python's Flying Circus Moments

One of the most successful British sketch comedy series ever, Monty Python’s Flying Circus was broadcast by the BBC from 1969 to 1974. The series, commissioned by David Attenborough, is still a fresh LOL source after 40 years of hilarious moments galore…

Source: WatchMojo.


Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire

two days ago we set off on a hunt for Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire. a supposedly magical area where David Attenborough spent his childhood hunting fossils. the day was dark, rainy, and somewhat brooding. 81 more words

David Attenborough narrates a nightclub

Dousing himself with alcohol, a perception inhibiting hallucinogen consumed by the species to increase confidence, the alpha-male leaves the wolf-pack, approaching the female seated at the bar. 107 more words