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Well hello cruel world, welcome to my website! Bardonthewire is the unacknowledged lovechild of metaphysical modernism and the folk ballad.  
Details of forthcoming events, and regular updates on my up to the minute blog

WAYWOOD, the artists previously known as Loveharts and Redwine.
VIDEO PLAYLIST OF GABRIELLA TAL'S 7 
FLIGHTS OF LOVE
THE BABA LOVERS (MY ATLANTIC-TRANSCENDING ALBUM WITH GABRIELLA TAL) : "6 DEGREES OF SEPARATION; 7 DEGREES OF LOVE"
THE LATEST BOOKS:
Buy the book here
2. DO DIFFERENT!!!  makes it to the top shelf
(Magazine rack, Lynn railway station)
39 well-crafted lyrics narrating a folk history of England from Boudicca through Sir Robert Walpole to Edith Cavell. On sale from Jarrolds, Waterstones and heritage outlets.
OR HERE
A slim but exploding volume of space-age love poems: ghazals, sonnets and villanelles, part of it also available as the musical concept album/ sci fi fantasy:

READ ME ON CREVADO!
THE WORD ON THE STREET...
Rapping BAD KING JOHN RAP from 'Doin different' at the official statue unveiling in New Conduit St, Lynn,  12 Oct 2016

BAD KING JOHN RAP (studio take)
PERFORMING 6 Degrees of Separation; 7 Degrees of Love under this mediaeval street in Norwich.
SHOWCASE for a statue ON YOUTUBE...'BOUDICCA BRITAIN'S DREAMING'

THE CULT MOVIE CAREER!!
The showreel!!!!
The One They Seek (short)

Automaton (short)
Damage (feature) 

Green Fingers (trailer)
Orangutang Bangarang (trailer)
Session Man (short)
Non Starter Leader (corporate video)
Radio
48 hour long haul flight (audio)
Boudicca Invades The Lincoln Book Festival (excerpt)
Cromwell's Talking Head on Siren FM (audio)
Si Barber's 2006 photo reel (my last book before I left teaching) 
Still teaching though no longer institutionalised...
LINGUISTIC AND LITERATURE AEA RESOURCES (HODDER EDUCATION) HERE 
MARGERY KEMPE OF LYNN, THE VISIONARY'S TALE
and still happily parenting after 31 years
WALKING OUR DAUGHTER TO HER WEDDING IN BRIGHTON
And 50 years before that, walking up a Somerset hill - Thursday's child, a long way ago. But getting there...

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