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- This is happening. @EalingHalf https://t.co/XcOMPNVXjS 6 hours ago
- Today I have learned that the sound of the glass harmonica makes me feel breathless. Not in a good way. Anyone else? @BBCRadio3 @SuzyKlein 1 day ago
- RT @DrAlun: From the St. James Evening Post, 29 May 1735. An unfortunate barber, and a horse called ‘Sharper’. Pick the bones out of this o… 4 days ago
- The comments on this though. 🦒 twitter.com/tombraider/sta… 4 days ago
- RT @londonsymphony: SERIOUSLY cool-headed reaction from Principal Oboe Olivier Stankiewicz last night. #thisisrattle #thisisteamwork https:… 4 days ago
- @CJGillett @pylade1779 @BBCRadio3 Will £10K per episode be enough? 5 days ago
- RT @vocechoir: NEW CONCERT DATES now live on our website! Got your pencil? Good. Get those dates in the diary: vocechamberchoir.org.uk/concerts/2017/… 5 days ago
- @CJGillett @BBCRadio3 I think you'd be jolly good! You should pitch your own show: 'Snot-nosed Limey Opera Fop on 3'. I'd listen. 5 days ago
Tag Archives: d for dalrymple
There are still four hours to go until the Eurovision 2014 final in Copenhagen – plenty of time to print out your (un)official scorecards! Continue reading
It’s because I’m fannying about doing ‘work’ like this for my Journalism course. Give me a month. Come June, I’ll be unemployed and back to whingeing about feminism and shopping baskets.
A new day, a new journalistic challenge. Today I asked myself: Is it possible to blog a GIF of a basset hound shaking in slo-mo? Continue reading
“Carrots. Greek yoghurt. Total cost €2.64 from Lidl.” A big thank you to Kate for demonstrating the glamour of life in the Mediterranean.
It’s hard to believe that four whole years have passed since I posted for the the very first time on D for Dalrymple. Harder still to believe that today is the first time I’ve ever been published on The Huffington Post. Continue reading
This section of the blog is for anyone who regularly gets to the checkout, looks down, and thinks: “Woah. My basket is really crap.” Continue reading
The most-liked, most-read features on D for Dalrymple are invariably those in which I humiliate myself. You bastards. Watch this, laugh at me, then give me some money. Please. This is probably the closest to a paywall as I’ll ever … Continue reading