On July 14th 1910 William Hanna was born. William Hanna formed a partnership with Joseph Barbera in 1957 after they had created “Tom and Jerry” (1940). They became the first animation studio to successfully […]
Tomorrow Thursday 20th June is the UK National Clean Air Day. Here we are featuring a poem “In Praise of Air”
Shine on Harvest Moon first became a hit in 1909 after having been successfully performed on stage in 1908.
Celebrating the Telegraph line opening on this day 1846 between Baltimore and Philadelphia, here is a song we are all familiar with.
On this day in history William G Young patented the ice cream freexer. Here is a wee poem to celebrate.
This is Mental Health Awareness week, here is a poem which may resonate with others.
“The Scottish Parliament which adjourned on the 25th of March in the year 1707 is hereby reconvened.”
As we are currently on the Island of Rothesay, this week I have chosen a poem about that very place. Beautiful Rothesay.
St Kessog was Scotland’s patron saint before St Andrew. On the 10th of March 560, St Kessog (MacKessog) was killed by paid brigands.
Grade 2 is so easy./I just have to be there./I sit in my chair,/I don’t talk,/I listen.