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Episode 78 - Cheeky Bugger

We’re going international. You guessed right sports fans we have Wonder Boys in different countries now. For the first time in 8 months you get to listen to the sultry voices from the Boys of Wonder yet again. 102 more words

If These Walls Could Speak...

Day Two in London took us to the heart of the Parliament district. We hopped on our beloved Red Double-Decker #24 (beloved, most likely, because it stops about a half block from our hotel!), and enjoyed a partially sunny day with spring-like temperatures. 402 more words

Flames of glass

I saw these in Austria and was reminded of Kew’s Chihuly exhibition which starts next week. I see visitors there recently have had a sneak preview of some of the pieces as they were being assembled. 20 more words

London

Tales from the Underground

Alright. I have lived in London for about six months or so, and I have taken enough trips on the underground to dispense some advice and curate some horror stories. 2,079 more words

Journal Entry 16: London, England Day 2: Tower of London

Sunday,
June 16th

I
woke up this morning, and decided to check Facebook. My buddy Noe’s
status had come up on my mini-feed, which said he was somehow… 2,050 more words

Timbuck Travels

Saturday Matinee: The Laughing Prisoner

“The Laughing Prisoner” (1987) is a parody of the 60’s cult programme The Prisoner, starring Jools Holland and Stephen Fry. This was shown as part of The Tube programme in 1987, and was repeated on 1st January 1993 as a stand-alone feature. 45 more words

Culture

Can the London Underground go carbon neutral?

By Jeremy Williams

Last year the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, announced plans to make the city carbon neutral by 2050. A London Assembly measure in December called for that to be brought forward to 2030. 589 more words

Transport