I’ve been living in Littlehampton for almost a year now, yet working 25 miles away from Brighton has meant enduring the somewhat tedious chore that is commuting. This is often a more eventful affair when the journey is taken later in the evening, and tonight was no different.
I’ve long been interested in the popular geography of Great Britain, but also annoyed by the continual government reorganisation that seeks to confuse it.
One of my favourite comedians stars in a new show starting on Comedy Central this week.
On Friday evening I got a call from Jon on his way back to the house after a night out, asking if I had heard anything about a bomb found near Littlehampton station.
The small Cumbrian town of Whitehaven will be the first place in the UK to have it’s analogue television signal switched off, with a full gamut of digital television channels replacing the current five.