Monthly Archives: August 2010

Bloodgate

As a rugby fan, with more than a passing interest in the fortunes of Leinster, I followed the “Bloodgate” saga with interest last year. I was quite shocked to discover that the GMC hearing of Dr Wendy Chapman, the Harlequins … Continue reading

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Antiques Roadshow conundrum

The other day I watched the Antiques Roadshow for the first time in ages…..and it’s been worrying me ever since! I haven’t watched in years but, seeing that the programme was broadcast from beautiful Bath, my all-time favourite place, I thought I’d turn on. Several days later, I’m wishing I hadn’t, because a little legal question is driving me mad…. Continue reading

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Wake me up when September ends….better still, leave it ’till next June!

Somewhere between University and making a mid-life career change to the joys of lecturing, there was a point where I used to enjoy September. After years of mid-August gloom, knowing that the dreaded back-to-school/uni was just around the corner I … Continue reading

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