Brentwood, 10.45pm: 10°C, broken clouds

Sunday Breakfast 20 November


Very foggy this morning again, and the same is predicted for tomorrow, keep it safe on the roads then.
News this morning of Colonel Gaddafi’s son’s plea to rebels, cuts in the NHS, Bee Gee Robin said to be unwell, Posh and Becks may be moving to Paris and a loose woman’s facelift (possibly).
Birthday bongs at 8.30 in honour of Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh (born this day 1981), and the Sunday Solo today was ‘Come back to Me’ from Janet Jackson.
Between 9 and 10 on Breakfast Text Request, the tunes were picked by James, Natasha, Drake and Alison.
In the International Religious news this week: unappealing fumes, Vatican closure, the times they are a-changing, and from convent to crown.
Have a good week one and all, and see you next time
Edx

Coming up on Sunday Breakfast:
Sunday 4th December: Stuart Carr with his new Christmas single “It’s Christmas Time Again”

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