Friday, 21 January 2022

Tracking down the track.

 We've both been enjoying catching up with Professor Alice Roberts [Mr GBT never needs an excuse to watch any programme featuring her!] in "Digging for Britain". Running through the episodes there's a track that caught our ear. Despite checking the credits we couldn't work out what it was, but with a little bit of digging of my own I've found out that it's called "Coins for the eyes" and is by Johnnie Flynn. He also did the theme tune for Mackenzie Crook's "The Detectorists".


Hope you have a great weekend.

Arilx



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  1. We enjoyed that thank you. (And share Mr GBTs enjoyment of Pro AR)

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    1. We went to a talk given by AR a couple of years ago. She has a very dry wit and is quite passionate in her arguments. It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening. Arilx

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  2. We binged on that last week! I was so excited by the mosiacs that we're driving down to Cirencester in a bit to visit the Coinium Museum, the Roman mosiacs there blew my mind when I visited it when I was in the Sixth Form!
    Have a fab weekend. xxx

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    1. There is Chedham Villa which is NT down that way too. Arilx

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  3. That's such a jolly soundtrack! I love the perky guitar accompaniment!

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Just chillin'

This view just made me smile. Seen in London on a warm sunny day. Have a great weekend everyone. Arilx