Sometimes someone says something you’ve been trying to say (to yourself as much as anyone) for years. In a recent issue of Wire magazine (well, November 2015), Bridget Hayden supplied the copy for their Inner Sleeve column. This feature allows a musician or producer to talk about the cover art, usually to an L.P., that has meant the […]
Monthly Archives: July 2016
I find Politics dangerously embarrassing. Dangerously, because my embarrassment about it makes me quietly leave the debate (any debate) to others. Dangerously, because everyone should involve themselves in politics (because politics has always already involved itself in them, not least in the formation of them as them (and, somewhere, as part of many bigger […]
A very long time ago – in a different historical period – I attended the Chilcott Inquiry, on one of the sessions during which Tony Blair gave his evidence. The first blog below explains the circumstances; the second blog gives my impressions. Both blogs appeared on the Channel 4 website. I remember arriving at the QEII […]
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