The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 12 March 1989

Back to Gallifrey



‘I Get Excited (You Get Excited Too)’ – Pet Shop Boys



Dear diary,


Doctor Who is very good.  But how the hell did I lose my Hand of Fear book? 

It’s that bloody rucksack!  WANKER!  I was dying to read that.


I enjoyed The Sea Devils video, and Wheel of Fortune (the surviving episode of The Crusade) was okay. 

I love Season 25, and the novelisation of Remembrance of the Daleks promises to be good.  Issue 147 of the monthly, which I purchased yesterday, is THE BEST FOR AGES!

Unbelievably good – full of Dragonfire’s Ian Briggs, Remembrance’s Ben Aaaronovitch, Season 25 review, and a well-funny comic strip.  ‘Very good’ he says, smirking in the fashion of a certain Mr Jon Winterfood of Castleford.  His birthday on Tuesday.  Must remember to post the card.





‘Free World’ – Kirsty MacColl





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