Another fine day. I had a relaxing day,reading and listening to radio drama and then watching a documentary on the iPlayer.
This morning i had eggs on toast ,not roast, (thank you coming42
for pointing out that gaff| ! )
For lunch i had a mackerel salad with a hint of celery , nuts and fruit salad mix that i bought at Aldi.
The local church in East Street sent us a care package of free stuff donated by their patrons, and hence i picked up two oranges, some satsumas, a tangerine , two plums and a couple of apples.The plums are already taking effect, since whist i love them they do not love me, and hence , i am expelling gas that would send a rocket to the Moon.
I also listened to a number of radio dramas such as Le Carre's A Murder Of Quality
, and a Dick Barton Special Agent
one from the BBC's extensive past.
Hammer Films did a few Dick Barton films -Dick Barton At Bay (1950)
Dick Barton (Don Stannard) and Snowey are forced into action once more when an undercover agent (Patrick Macnee) is murdered while passing on a coded message. A chilling new invention capable of producing a "death ray" has been stolen by the Russians. Barton is forced to fake his own death in a race against time to recover the device from enemy hands...Dick Barton Strikes Back (1949)
The mysterious and sinister Fouracada (Sebastian Cabot) arrives in England, capturing the attention of the country's top agents. Soon the bodies are piling up and Barton (Don Stannard) and Snowey have another mystery to solve as the population of entire villages are being wiped out, their brains dehydrated and shrivelled without a mark left on the bodies. What device could be capable of such destruction? And can it be stopped?