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    RADIO DRAMA: NOTE FOR STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS
    • The site is used a good deal by students of radio drama (A-level and degree) and radio researchers. The ARTICLES page is likely to be a good starting point if this means you.
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EKEGUSII - AN ENDANGERED LANGUAGE


    Kennedy Bosire is the instigator and Director of the Ekegusii Encyclopedia Project (EEP). He has compiled an encyclopedia of his mother tongue - Ekegusii, the language of the Abagusii.
    The PRINTED VERSION is now out and can now be purchased online or by emailing us. Any of you with relatives / contacts / friends in Kenya, or who work in University language /liguistics departments - please spread the word!!


MANDY GILTJES


    Announcement about the band Kiss Off here.



SANDI JOHNSON: SHORT STORIES


    My friend Sandi, who has written BBC radio drama in the past, now has eleven of her books online, as Kindle editions. There's something for everyone - but the recent addition which has caught my eye is a collection of waspish short stories called 'Bad Apples'. They remind me very much of Ray Bradbury. There's a lovely tale called 'Holes' which most men over the age of fifty will recognise ... and other surprising tales..... Take a look... . UPDATE..... new book of short stories: SHADOW DANCING...... and I'm presently reading her novel "The Far Side Of The Moon" - an exciting tale in the same genre as "A Fall Of Moondust" by Arthur C. Clarke.


GREYFRIARS SUITE & CHOPINATA
I have just recorded the 'Greyfriars' Suite and the unpublished Concert Waltz by my late friend Thomas Arnold Johnson. I am grateful to Naveed Haque in Toronto and Stewart Clarke of 'Friardale' for making the manuscript of The Greyfriars Suite available. My own arrangement of 'Chopinata' by Clement Doucet, which is based loosely on Chopin's waltz op 64 no. 2 is now recorded and is here . For a paper copy of the Chopinata arrangement, please email.


YOUTUBE
Over the last year or so I have delved a little into 'Youtube', which is fast turning into an amazing resource. I am listing some of my favourite Youtube clips; click on the logo to see them:




DIGITAL SOUND RECOVERY
Nigel does a small amount of digital audio cleanup; click on the heading for details. If you're interested in what can be done, try these 'before' and 'after' recordings from an unidentified radio play.



ORGANIC GROWING
Articles on grapes , wolfberries , tomatoes, vegetables, fruit, etc.


OLLA PODRIDA PAGE



Habitat21 Website

I have constructed a website on ENERGY, which is concerned with our energy needs and resources.

If you are concerned that the public (and our children) are being misled by bad science ("man-made carbon dioxide causes dangerous global warming" and similar untruths) please click the link above.

Those who know me will be aware that I've done work on energy and renewables since the mid-seventies.



Teacher pensions: information: click here and here .



Most of the material on these websites is original; we don't always invent the wheel but we are not plagiarists....

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PLEASE CONTACT US STRAIGHT AWAY.


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