The Sketchbooks of David Sully and Philip Bowden

26 June 2012 // Miscellany

David Sully Brought to our attention by Jon McNaught: The arts campus of the University of the West of England lies at the bottom of the Ashton court estate in Bristol; a large and beautiful area of woodland and meadows. I work in the Printmaking department there, alongside David Sully and Philip Bowden (who specialise […]

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Nick’s Pics

25 June 2012 // Nick's Pics

Broads. Words & pictures by Nick Small. In my mind, the Norfolk Broads always conjured up images of floating fibreglass caravans, broads cruisers piloted by clueless urban helmsmen or pissed up east end party types fuelled by crates of pilsner. This is despite, or maybe because of, the year I once spent living and working […]

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Duck Call

25 June 2012 // On Water

John Andrews took me fishing on one of his favourite Surrey stillwaters on Friday. We had a good day, in fact I had one of the most enjoyable, and fruitful, afternoons on the water for a long time. The company was good, the roach were plentiful and even the crucians made an appearance. John has […]

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Thames 21: Capture The Waterways Of London 2012

24 June 2012 // Miscellany //On Water

Big Waterways Clean Up 2012 is a campaign to improve East London’s waterways by July 2012. It is seeking young and old to get involved in a mass volunteer-led initiative to inspire community activity and produce a lasting legacy for Londoners and their local neighbourhoods long after the 2012 Games. Find out how you can […]

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Chris Watson Watch

23 June 2012 // Chris Watson Watch

Next week on BBC Radio 4: The Cave: Mon- Fri, 25-29 June 2012, 13.45-14.00 A series of five illustrated talks by different writers, inspired by ‘The Cave’ Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson. Producer Sarah Blunt

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