16 December 2018 – today’s press releases, or not…

A quiet Sunday, as the media speculate on how each of the myriad routes towards a range of potential outcomes might be navigated, and various Conservative MPs operate independently of their own leader. We used to take some vague pride in the stability of our governments, but no longer, it seems…

And so, instead of news, I offer more music. The lute music was popular, or at least, someone indicated that they liked it, which is as good as, I suspect. So, let’s try something from a century or so later, a Bach Prelude for harpsichord…

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  • Yeovil Yokel 17th Dec '18 - 2:04pm

    Thanks Mark. Maybe you should have your own programme on R3…..

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