Month: September 2021

Infected and Rejected.

The title of this post has nothing to do with the fine young men in the photo I may add. Read on… Rejected and infected. Sounds like a bummer of a week right! Well, you’re wrong, well apart from the infection. Apart from that it’s been great, well, apart from the rejection. Yeah, in fact, …

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Picnic Down Cardiff Bay With Nile Rodgers.

Firstly, the photo is of a picnic I didn’t have. It does look yummy though. I forgot to take a picture of what I really had, which was discounted egg mayo sandwiches, a tray of fish sushi and a bowl of fete cheese and Couscous salad from Boots in the Queen Street. All 50p each. …

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The BBC Says ‘No But Maybe One day’ to me.

An update to my post on 6th September 2021 https://cardiffstoryweaver.com/last-minute-guitar-crack-on-the-head-and-the-bbc-and-me/ There’s a lot of discussion amongst historians over whether Shakespeare died of Tuberculosis. TB? or not TB? That is the question. If you don’t knock any doors no one is going to open them. I pitched my book idea to the BBC and got a …

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Barrybados ( Barry Island ) Heatwave Conspiracy Theory.

7th of September 2021 The weather forecasters (The BBC and Met Office) have been teasing us all through the summer that we will have heatwaves lasting weeks. They didn’t arrive. Well, we had 5 days of sun towards the end of July and 3 days last weekend. Does the government get around a table and …

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Last Minute Guitar, Crack on the Head and the BBC and Me.

Yet again, a superb memorable weekend, although Sunday could have gone either way had I not pushed myself. Friday saw some email back and for from head of commissioning BBC Wales and then from head of comedy. I took it upon myself to get in touch with them by unconventional methods and flog my book …

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