Speaking of the Rainforest World Music Festival, it looks like it kicked off yesterday with a group from Bario.
By chance, I listened to ‘From Our Own Correspondent’ on Radio 4 this morning. Purely coincidentally it had an item on the threat to the Penans of Sarawak from logging in Borneo (BBC have an MP3 of the show, but I don’t know how long it will be available, the item is 17 minutes into… Continue reading Penans
Of course I am going to ride a bike again. I am in no rush to repeat the experience of the last few weeks, and more importantly, I don’t want to put friends, family, and the emergency services through it again, but it isn’t that easy to stop riding a motorcycle. There is still so… Continue reading Who am I kidding?
One of the problems of spending alot of time at home with the TV on, is that you spend alot of time at home with the TV on. I still haven’t succumbed to mainstream daytime TV, but I do leave the TV on News24 in the background (the remote is broken, and it is an… Continue reading Reporting the news, or part of the news?
Today was Gordon Brown’s first Prime Minister’s Questions session in Parliament.Â At one point, he pointed out that the leader of the opposition should remember he’d only been in office for five days. Well, that’s alright then, let’s just hope we don’t get anything like terrorist attacks for the first couple of weeks or so.