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Monica Azzolini Oct 12
Today I spent the day reading about the Della Rovere marriage market (in German), accidentally killed a snail who had somewhat ended up in a load of washing (please don’t ask), and cut my finger while cutting onions (twice the tears?). But my sweet son found a plaster! Awww...
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róisín Oct 10
This Veit Goss crucifixion scene contains many of his key motifs - his incredible drapery, his elegant depiction of Christ. But its his portrayal of Mary Magdalene that I find so extraordinary - she is utterly bereft, contorted in grief beside the quiet sadness of Mary and John.
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Teresa Gallagher Oct 7
Pretty much always my favourite "Point of View" is
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Tony Dexter Oct 3
Replying to @sarahdunant
As the wind blows the Dandelion is mighter than the Rose.
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Julia Bicknell Sep 25
Encouraging signs.Movement to ' ' as per @BBCR4MediaShow this week, & of some great working on debunking eg. , & others have new project (heard at this week's .
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Tricia Feb 16
Excellent review of past epidemics and the current one. And more importantly getting us to think about how we need to change. ⁦
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Sue Gough #FBPE 🌈🇪🇺 Jan 20
.⁦⁩ the in she just had to return. Wonderful book to re-read in this magnificent city of romance thank you x
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Molly McIlwrath 11 Nov 19
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Iain Waghorn 10 Nov 19
Replying to @sarahdunant
You should come to Abruzzo. Italy’s best kept secret. Within striking distance of everywhere, unpretentiously Italian, mountainous and beautiful. The only air here is clear and fresh.
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Amanda Craig 10 Nov 19
Hugely enjoyable piece on the women nuns and artists of the Renaissance Last Supper by on now.
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Alexandra Epps 7 Nov 19
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Another Cinna 7 Nov 19
Corbyn's note to Watson "I hope the horseradish plants I gave you thrive" makes sense if you think of him doing the Leonard Cohen chuckle after "I thank you for the items that you sent me" (about 4.25, before "The monkey and the plywood violin" )
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Margaret #FBPE 🇪🇺 6 Nov 19
49 years ago. The best decision we ever made was to marry. Growing old together and still happy. We are blessed and are aware of it. 🍾🥂cheers and hopefully many more years to come. 🙏💐
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Andrew Chapman 27 Oct 19
Replying to @sarahdunant
On the button - as always, Sarah. Thanks for that.
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Prof Laurie Stras #CountLongCovid 👏 27 Oct 19
Replying to @sarahdunant
Loved it this morning. Thanks
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jayne sullivan 27 Oct 19
on made me cry but amazing such good radio
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Helen Rignall 26 Oct 19
Can we make grief easier for our children, if we do dying well? We all chose funeral songs in our house,lot of fun choosing them for each other, lots of funny suggestions no idea if this will help, but hopefully they will remember the laughter we had choosing it when it plays.
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Dawid Konotey-Ahulu 25 Oct 19
“I’m going to miss you so much...” so moving. Loved your talk just now.
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Chris Creegan 25 Oct 19
Replying to @sarahdunant @DeathCafe
Look forward to listening, Sarah. A few related thoughts from a little while back:
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Natalie Steed 24 Oct 19
I amat Epidavros finding out what happened when Greeks flew kites ...
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