So I decided to go to a car-boot sale this morning. It was sunny and, so far as I knew, I had nothing special to do. Bought some old film mags (a clutch of Picturegoer magazines from the 1950s and 40s, the oldest being from 1924). I get a real thrill leafing through magazines which were first read fifty-plus years ago. The style of the articles and particularly the adverts give one a little slice of history as real people lived it!
Anyway, I was sitting in the car, leafing through one of these when my phone rang. It was my local BBC radio station. They were running a feature based on this news item, about Virgin Airlines giving warnings about movies that are likely to make their customers cry. They wanted me to talk about tear-jerking movies.
So I did. And here is that bijou nugget of timeless radio gold. The Cellulord on BBC Humberside, interviewed by their afternoon presenter, Carl Wheatley:
The Cellulord on BBC Humberside by cellulord