The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Saturday, 26 January 1985

The Tylers

‘Instinction’ – Spandau Ballet

Went up town to meet Jayne and her friends: Linda and Mark, and Kirsty and Brett. Liz and Joey joined us.

Afterwards, I went back to Jayne’s in Wisbech and met her family. Her mum’s a funny one – knitting and watching 1950s movies on the video. Her brother’s a hippy who just happens to be mad on computers. Her dad is an ageing heavy rocker who runs the official fan club of a very famous rock band.


This time 6 years ago:
‘My half-cousin Trudy’s babysitting. Trudy’s really sexy and teaches me about the Bible.
I wish she’d do what Cheryl did.’

This time 3 years ago:
‘I watched Doctor Who: Four To Doomsday (Part Four).

This time 2 years ago:
‘Very ill. Achy and strange. I didn’t go to school. Doctor Who: Snakedance (Part Four)...

This time last year:
‘New Doctor Who story: Frontios (Part One)...


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