At Cranbrook Archives, much of the work we do—processing manuscripts, arranging documents, scanning photographs—all have a rather similar procedure: repeat.
There is plenty of magnificence to be found in the mundane though. 300 more words
The Cats lecture about reporting on court cases of all kinds in courts such as Crown, Magistrates and Coroner’s Court began with talking about showing emotion like Graham Satchell showed on BBC Breakfast when reporting from Paris yesterday. 430 more words
Yesterday, was such a full day, I didn’t even get a chance to blog at the end of it. So I’m doing a bit of catch up. 975 more words
At the end of August this year, Diana will have been dead eighteen years. Have we learned anything important since her death? Maybe we need to trust our instincts, like she did. 1,618 more words
PRINCE GEORGE turns two-years-old tomorrow (22nd July 2015) and to mark this occasion, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge release a smiling picture of the Prince with his dad. 107 more words