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Garden globs now in Etsy shop!

Just in time for summer! Order your little garden globs now and give them a home in your flower pot or garden!

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TV Review: 'Nightingale'

One-person shows represent a formidable challenge on stage, and the intimacy of the screen only magnifies those hurdles. David Oyelowo and director Elliott Lester have done a creditable job of clearing them in “Nightingale,” an HBO movie pickup that charts one man’s isolation and madness within the claustrophobic confines of a single house. 472 more words

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Bhagavad Gita Signature Edition Book Gifted To Famous Personalities In India

The prestigious Signature edition Gita from the house of Nightingale has been launched from years of hard work and effort. Srinivas Fine Arts Pvt Ltd, one of Asia’s finest print and book technology houses has produced this epic art version of the 700 verse… 124 more words

Bhagavad Gita

Spring Ringing at Bedfont Lakes

It’s all go at Bedfont Lakes as we start this years CES (Constant Effort Sight Scheme). At the main site (the nature reserve on the north side) the reed warblers have returned and are still settling in whilst breeding is in already in full swing for some of the other species. 594 more words

Urban Wildlife

Migrating from Songbird/Nightingale to iTunes

TL;DR; If you still use Songbird or Nightingale and want to migrate your music database to iTunes, start reading here.

Bye-bye Songbird, bye-bye Nightingale… 703 more words

Software Applications

Call of the wild

Last Sunday I went for a trip down memory lane.  About 20 years ago, whilst going for a walk along the canal from the pretty village of Le Somail, I came across a little restaurant on the banks of the Canal du Midi.   527 more words

Travel

Broken Homes: Book Review

Broken Homes by Ben Aaronovitch

Genre: Urban Fantasy/Crime

Published by Gollancz

A mutilated body is found in Crawley, and the prime suspect is Robert Weil, associate of the twisted magician known as the Faceless Man. 379 more words

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