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Michelle Birkby
Author of the Mrs Hudson and Mary Watson books, House at Baker Street, (All Roads Lead to Whitechapel in USA) The Women of Baker Street.
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Nick Holland 13h
Virginia Woolf was born 1882. In 1904 she visited Haworth, the greatest writer of the 20th century paying homage to the greatest writing family of all time:
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Michelle Birkby 8h
Did you know the excellent Dorothy L Sayers mysteries - wonderful adaptations of Strong Poison, Have His Carcass and Gaudy Night, starring Harriet Walter and Edward Petherbridge - are on YouTube? Good thing too, cos you can’t get them anywhere else
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Michelle Birkby 9h
Today at the Tower I saw a Raven take a tightly crumpled ball of foil out of the bin, delicately unwrap the foil with its teeth and beak to expose the food wrapped inside, then scare off a seagull that was trying to take the food. Ravens are amazing
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Michelle Birkby 11h
Replying to @filmandtvgeek75
Thank you, that is lovely
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Michelle Birkby 14h
Off to the Tower today to see the Crown Jewels, which I will absolutely not try to work out how to steal
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Michelle Birkby 14h
Oh, this really ought to be a huge TV series because this should be known
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Dr Gillian Kenny 15h
I have come across a series of interpretations of famous figures as they would look today. Here’s Julius Caesar looking like he enjoys a flat white and works as a senior manager in Google
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
Oh, that last shot, of his mother’s face over his shoulder - that was chilling
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
Replying to @mark_moo @fudgecrumpet
😉🥜🎄...well, that’ll be interesting
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
Lots of TV watching tonight, continuing with Deadwater Fell
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
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Julia Morgan Jan 24
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
That would be so much fun!
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
Replying to @michelleeb
And Dr Agnes Jurati has immediately grabbed me as my favourite new character (waiting eagerly for Seven of Nine)
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
Replying to @michelleeb
Oh, I like - I’ve been watching Star Trek for years and there have been some disappointing moments but there have also been moments that gripped me and sent a shiver down my spine and I got that
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
Replying to @michaelfromuk
I want to see him find out
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
Replying to @michelleeb
The dog’s name!
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
All right - time for Picard
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
Replying to @michelleeb
Michael being uncomfortable in The Good Place reminds me of Crowley in the Church.
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Michelle Birkby Jan 24
Catching up on , enjoying Eleanor saying she make out with Frida Kahlo and that computer switchboards in Hell apparently come from original series of Star Trek
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