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Lucky enough to get an interview with Gus Christie who is executive chairman at Glyndebourne, which will appear in Southern ON TRACK shortly. And a very nice man he was too. I’d never been to Glyndebourne before, and it is … Continue reading

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One little booth, one giant leap for sustainability

There are some ideas which when viewed retrospectively sound obvious. For example, when Percy Shaw invented cats eyes in 1934 to help people drive in foggy conditions, nobody seemed much interested, till future Prime Minister Jim Callaghan took them up … Continue reading

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the vanity of hacks

A text from my friend Spooner: Are you a journo-whore now? alerted me to the fact that Southern On Track mag was now out. So on my way to work picked up a copy. I’ve got three photos (although nowhere … Continue reading

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