10 February 2004

Bredonborough A telephone call and

14.11

Bredonborough.

A telephone call and everything changes. This morning, at the beginning of the working day, a knock on the front door & a piece of significant information delivered by mouth from a neighbour across the square: an important new arising for me to act upon.

Presently, a camera team of two has arrived to interview me for a tv programme on dyslexia that Toyah is presenting.

20.55 DGM HQ.

A horrible journey here, taking twice as long as usual. An accident on the M5 closed the motorway between junctions 8 & 9. Full-on traffic, including long-haul lorries & trucks, was sent on a long diversion along single-track country roads. The M5 re-opened well before the diverted traffic, stuck in the country, was able to unsnarl itself & re-join the motorway.

Currently. I am refreshing my spirits listening to the new Fripp & Eno album, the first version of which was waiting on my DGM desk.

21.32 DGM SoundWorld II.

David has come in for the Late Shift. This evening, we are listening to F&E III.

23.05 David has left & I am computing.

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