Tagged: The Moon is Toast

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Andrew Samson

Andrew Samson Andrew is a cricket statistician of note. Since 2009 he has worked for BBC Test Match Special. In 1994 he was appointed statistician for Cricket South Africa having worked for various radio...

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Inspired Sport

Inspired Sport I don’t know about you, but I’m not quite the sporty one – that is unless you regard speed-reading as a sport… The selection of books below although covering sport, deal with...

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Connections

Connections It’s a small world – how often are these words uttered? But it really does seem to be so interconnected. As part of an email conversation I was sent the following link: Johannes...

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Book Settings: Africa

What a wonderful list discovery: historical novels of Africa Africa, the continent, holds a very special place in the TSL fold – not least because both directors were born there. Although heralding from South...

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Sidney and Sydney

I was reminded of the Sidney Sheldon books in the History of Gatooma Library. I can’t claim to have read any of them though. Did you know there is a series called Sidney and...

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Toilets

For some reason, people seem to be fascinated with toilets. I remember being absolutely fascinated by the chapter in Mud, Blood and Poppycock by Gordon Corrigan detailing the facilities on the Western Front during...

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Bio Preview: The Moon is Toast

INTRODUCTION Numbers. Radio. Cricket. Computer programming. Travel. These are a few of my favourite things. So now you know, Mary Poppins. I therefore consider myself extremely fortunate to be in an environment that allows...

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Ducks

Seeing this, pic.twitter.com/6bQ6VpDaTq — Leslie Tate (@LSTateAuthor) 30 December 2016 I couldn’t help but be reminded of that wonderful Duck Song my husband found when our nieces were visiting some time back. Naughty little...

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Cows

For those who don’t know me, I love cows! (A friend couldn’t resist giving me the one in the feature image in December 2016). I think my love of cows goes back to my...