Hits And Near Misses – a look back at those Confessions movies

In another stroll down Memory Lane, perhaps better named as Mammory Lane on this occasion, it’s a fond and retrospective nod to those old slapstick softcore movies that were on a par in the seventies with the Carry On films, though the Confessions quadcore had more revelations, full nudity for one thing (in the case of the ladies) but the success of these productions was … Continue reading Hits And Near Misses – a look back at those Confessions movies

Like A Rolling Stone: Wealdstone FC

If we ever do get a 2020/2021 National League season then, at the time of going to press, it looks like Kings Lynn and Wealdstone are new places to visit for some, I’ve heard that Kings Lynn is a cracking day out and Wealdstone? Need to know more about Wealdstone. Apparently we’ve been there twice before when they were under the Ruislip moniker. The Stones’ … Continue reading Like A Rolling Stone: Wealdstone FC

“My health is NOT in question” – Dickin, Hayes vs modern day radio broadcasters

I grew up with LBC.  I can go back a far as the days of Monty Modlyn! I never really liked listening to music at night. So spoken word in the form of phone-in shows were for me, far more entertaining. When talkRADIO and the subsequent talkSPORT came into being, I discovered a new world of amusing presenters. Some were known as shock jocks; Brian … Continue reading “My health is NOT in question” – Dickin, Hayes vs modern day radio broadcasters