THE EARLY WORM, HOWEVER, SHOULD HAVE STAYED IN BED: The early bird may just get the worm.
From the filming locations of TV favourites such as 'Byker Grove' and 'Gavin and Stacey' to the Fire Brigade Station where the first female BBC war correspondent Audrey Russell worked during the Blitz, a new digital map available this autumn highlights the people, places and buildings that have defined the BBC....100 sites for 100 years
An introduction here
The place and buildings are here
… We love Keats because, as Miller points out as she guides us through Keats’s poetry and life, he simultaneously embraced poetry as a rest from our restless lives while not removing the nitty-gritty reality of the muck and mud world we live in. Life is messy and complicated. Love is messy and complicated. Genius is messy and complicated. And Keats’s poetry and own life is messy and complicated. We find ourselves, our own hearts and souls, in its aspirations and disappointments, in the poetry Keats bequeathed to the world.
I am for ever haunted by one dread,