Tuesday, 13 October 2009

13th October, 2009

Greetings dear friends,

this is just to let you know that if you missed the programme on BBC Radio 4 this morning about my migrating stones project, then you can either listen again on the bbc i-player or tune in on Wednesday 14th October at 9 p.m.

There will soon be movement with regard to the next and fourth migrating stone and as soon as this movement achieves verbalisation then i'll be blogging about it!

4 comments:

keithpp said...

I enjoyed the programme on Migrating Stones, so much so that it inspired me to write something on stones ...

http://keithpp.wordpress.com/2009/10/15/and-stones-move-silently-across-the-world/

And thoughts then came to me of where two of your stones may go ....

One to the Temple of Aphrodite on the Greek island of Cyprus, where travellers from the ancient Greek civilisation called.

http://www.heureka.clara.net/cyprus/index.htm

The location of the next you are to ask Paulo Coelho who will know.

http://paulocoelhoblog.com

A thought then came for another stone. Lincoln Cathedral, but no, a quiet corner in the graveyard of Lincoln Castle where condemned men are buried. I can even 'see' in my mind the location.

http://www.heureka.clara.net/lincolnshire/lincoln-castle.htm

keithpp said...

I enjoyed the programme on Migrating Stones, so much so that it inspired me to write something on stones ...

http://keithpp.wordpress.com/2009/10/15/and-stones-move-silently-across-the-world/

And thoughts then came to me of where two of your stones may go ....

One to the Temple of Aphrodite on the Greek island of Cyprus, where travellers from the ancient Greek civilisation called.

http://www.heureka.clara.net/cyprus/index.htm

The location of the next you are to ask Paulo Coelho who will know.

http://paulocoelhoblog.com

A thought then came for another stone. Lincoln Cathedral, but no, a quiet corner in the graveyard of Lincoln Castle where condemned men are buried. I can even 'see' in my mind the location.

http://www.heureka.clara.net/lincolnshire/lincoln-castle.htm

keithpp said...

The recent programme on BBC Radio 4 Nature was a wonderful celebration of the natural world. What a shame therefore the attacks I heard this lunchtime on BBC Radio 4 Feedback.

Everyone who has spoken to me about the programme has said how much they enjoyed it and how they liked the idea of stones travelling across the world.

Yesterday I was chatting in a little private library, and migrating stones was one of the topics we discussed. Everyone thought it a wonderful idea.

http://keithpp.wordpress.com/2009/10/15/and-stones-move-silently-across-the-world/

The programme was broadcasting at its best!

keithpp said...

The recent programme on BBC Radio 4 Nature was a wonderful celebration of the natural world. What a shame therefore the attacks I heard this lunchtime on BBC Radio 4 Feedback.

Everyone who has spoken to me about the programme has said how much they enjoyed it and how they liked the idea of stones travelling across the world.

Yesterday I was chatting in a little private library, and migrating stones was one of the topics we discussed. Everyone thought it a wonderful idea.

http://keithpp.wordpress.com/2009/10/15/and-stones-move-silently-across-the-world/

The programme was broadcasting at its best!