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Audio Insight #1: View to the Skelligs, Bull Rock
To see the image in question, please visit http://www.petercox.ie/gallery/277
Open Day At Withernsea Lighthouse Part 2
Tim Robinson reports from top of Portland Bill Lighthouse on Olympic Torch
Tim Robinson reports from top of Portland Bill Lighthouse on Olympic Torch on BBC Radio Solent
Spotlight Word of the Day - Lighthouse
Read along: Hi, I’m Colin Lowther bringing you Spotlight’s word of the day. Today’s word is LIGHTHOUSE. This word comes from today’s program, THE SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD. The word LIGHTHOUSE is a NOUN. It means “a tower with a powerful light that is built near the edge of the sea to guide ships away from danger.” Here’s LIGHTHOUSE in a sentence from today’s program: “The lighthouse was important for sailing ships.” Share this word with your friends and join us tomorrow for another Spotlight word of the day!
Which way Wolverhampton
@LighthouseWAid with @Town102 & @nicpandolfi
To find out more or donate cash to the appeal : http://www.lighthousewa.org.uk/
Susan Cowsill - Dragonflies from Lighthouse played live at Love House
Lighthouses and Lime Kilns - 'Twitters from the Atlantic'
Lighthouses and Lime Kilns "There are many lighthouses in the Canary Islands and locals and many visitors will know that there is a particularly fine one at Maspalomas in Gran Canaria. The lighthouse, or Faro in Spanish, helps sailors to navigate their ships and is an integral part of sea-life. Usually, they are cylindrical towers with a light on top, and emit a fixed sequence of beams that is unique to a particular lighthouse. Built in 1980, the Maspalomas lighthouse is still operational and, for those who like full details, provides 3 white flashes every 13 seconds. Before lighthouses were invented, sailors were warned of hazards by the lighting of fires along the coastline..." www.barriemahoney.com and www.thecanaryislander.com
Mothers has their pelvis fractured #Mato2012
Skype call with
@ronanltynan shortly before
launched the film
in the ...
Dzakyem- lovely to hear from you here - all the way from Switzerland... I'm afraid I don't have the motivation to read the text contained in that link. It might inform me, educate me - but I'm too emotionally horrified by what was done to Irish women... As for your assertion that something "should" be done - I love finding out your view - I'm glad to get to know you better... My angle is different : let's have emotion in charge - let's have reason in the driving seat - let's have diverse people. Some are more driven by emotions - others are more comfortable with rationality - I love the experience of meeting people who aren't all reasonable. Diversity rules my heart. I'm glad you're not the same as me :)
Disrespect and power abuse should be fought against. Social relationships were harder in the past and disrespect for the "uneducated" was sometimes extreme. / I found a medical article on the practice described in the film. It helped me to understand what was indeed performed (not a cutting of a bone but of cartilage between two bones). To make the best of a bad job (but not too bad: "mild or moderate CPD"), it seems to be one relevant measure. Discerning use seems to be difficult though, and it is delicate too. Negative consequences seem to be avoidable. If having multiple children was the goal, this practice was apparently the only adequate intervention. / Reasonable beyond our emotions we should try to keep. Easier said than done.
Dundalk Bay Foghorn