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‘She was very moral and wouldn’t have liked that kind of situation to arise in her own life,’ says Lucy, 68, who is married to the actor Simon Williams and was best known for her role in Seventies series Survivors. ’ Celia wrote to her husband, the adventurer and travel writer Peter Fleming (whose younger brother, Ian Fleming, was yet to create James Bond).‘When I first realised it I nearly fainted with shock and horror but now I’m getting acclimatised and treat him like a mother.’ (They were actually closer in age than she thought, for Howard had lopped off a few years on his CV.) Many years later, long after his death in 1988 from a lifetime of heavy drinking, it emerged that Howard had launched his film career by reinventing himself as a war hero with a Military Cross, when in fact he had been dismissed from the Army in 1943 for reasons still unknown Many years later, long after his death in 1988 from a lifetime of heavy drinking, it emerged that he had launched his film career by reinventing himself as a war hero with a Military Cross, when in fact he had been dismissed from the Army in 1943 for reasons still unknown.The purpose of this time limit is to ensure that registration is available to as many people as possible. In the early 1980s, four British women want to improve their lot in life.
Scruff, for your information, does not have this absurd rule, so I not only suggest everyone to use bug-free Scruff instead of notoriously bugging Grindr (check the ratings in the app stores) but also for next time to use the Scruff lay-out!
And just how do you explain to science dummies the mathematical efficiency of hexagons?
You could ask Marcus du Sautoy — in fact he’s done an entire episode on hexagons before — but then he doesn’t have floppy hair, doe eyes and a fan club on Twitter.
Forces of Nature with Brian Cox BBC One ★★★★☆ Brief Encounters ITV★★★☆☆ “The universe in a snowflake.” The title of this episode did not, in fact, describe a particularly self-important edition of Doctor Who, but rather was the first sign of the mind-warping ambitions of Forces of Nature with Brian Cox.
Explaining why the structure of every snowflake is so different yet so similar is not your average BBC One subject matter.