The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 15 June 1990

The Beginning


‘World In Motion’ – New Order

Old friend Roger Watson nearly lost use of his legs in a car crash a few weeks ago, but now he’s recovering handsomely.

I bought (and watched) a BLAKE’S 7 video (THE BEGINNING) and it wasn’t at all bad; a bit iffy here and there, but smashing too.


Go to WH SMITH and place regular order of STAGE + TELEVISION TODAY
Send FRANKENSTEIN script to producers and publishers
Compile CV, photo and other stuff to market myself more effectively
See Larry’s solicitor, regarding Larry’s ongoing case (evidence, etc)


‘Love Me Do’ – Paul McCartney

Peter Conti rang tonight.  He might come over + see me some time over the next few weeks if Flash comes to stay.


I sent Flash a rather good tape back today.  I’m hoping he’ll come and stay here on the 30th June.

I dreamt I met Sylvester McCoy.

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Next time: ‘A living friendship…’

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