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Gary Raymond
Novelist - latest THE GOLDEN ORPHANS via - broadcaster and critic - Presenter of The Review Show and Editor .
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🐸 Nov 16
Still the best letter ever written.
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gets his back up like an old school misogynist, Chakrabarti responds calmly like a woman who has had a lifetime of being spoken to like this by men.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Okay, twitter folk. Most depressing end to an album. I’m going with “The Great Valerio” from Richard and Linda Thompson’s I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight. Way to send you off on a downer.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Christmas sherry is open. Early in the day. Early in the year. The best time.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
A brilliant thing! Go support it with cash.
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Wales Arts Review Nov 16
In the first long form one-on-one interview since the new debate around began, Artistic Director Kully Thairai talks to for the last podcast of the first series
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Replying to @ScottySlungLow
Yeah. Haha! There is that.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Really like his first two records when he was having a serious identity crisis. Also love Wild Life - probably my favourite McCartney record.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Replying to @ScottySlungLow
I’ve just found I was probably having much less fun when I was young and I had all these rigid ideas of what I thought music should be. I’m enjoying so much more now. And McCartney’s 70s stuff is definitely getting to me more than it did back then.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Obviously, music is one of the things that makes life worth living. And I think changing your feelings about albums and artists is a fascinating part of growing older. Today, after 25 years of indifference, I’ve realised Red Rose Speedway is one of the great albums of the 1970s.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Imagine shopping in an episode of Black Mirror for ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Replying to @CarrieRSmith
Ah yes, that “drawn to communism” is a dead giveaway.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
I am one of life’s great book-misplacers. There’s a tragi-comic memoir I could write one day about one summer about five years ago titled “The Mysterious Travels of Middlemarch”.
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Great to meet you too. I put it down for five minutes 🤦‍♂️ hot property, obviously. Don’t worry, I have another on the way!
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Gary Raymond Nov 16
Great to see so many friendly writer faces at the Cardiff leg of last night, but particularly excited to get my hands (albeit briefly) on a proof copy of ’s new novel. And with a cover like this, it’s going to fly off the shelves.
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Gary Raymond Nov 15
Replying to @TheDaiLlew
And maybe it was just me being a kid and only knowing movies through the local independent video shop, but all those movies seemed massive when they came out. I definitely need to revisit that list.
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Gary Raymond Nov 15
Replying to @TheDaiLlew
Pacific Heights! What a fucked up movie that is. Blast from the past.
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Gary Raymond Nov 15
Replying to @keeran
“I’m going to resign...............😉from quitting!”
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