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15:03

Opinion

Knocking really matters

Peter Edgerton

...sound of my song coming from an open window of a car stopped at traffic lights. Good old Oscar had come up trumps. Subsequently, we became friends and, as a result of that first meeting and quite a bit of air play, I was offered work singing live on ... national Spanish radio, in theatres and at a couple of the most emblematic venues in Andalucía. In the last few weeks, I've been thinking quite a bit about Oscar and that day in 1996. What with the current circumstances and the the future of The ... decorating skills (ok, I made the last one up)." It's actually quite enjoyable to flex the initiative muscles once again and, it appears, the odd door is slowly beginning to creak open. Maybe I should give Oscar a call to hurry things along.

11:21

Opinion

Techno qualities

Peter Edgerton

...new system. That'll be 684 dollars please." Ok, I'm sure that everything actually went exactly to plan but to be the first member of the general public to use almost anything must really be quite discombobulating. Imagine being the first person to

14:56

Opinion

Cool runnings

Peter Edgerton

...distancing rules. It was quite clear that some friends and neighbours hadn't seen each other for weeks, judging by the joy of their mutual greetings and yet they all maintained a couple of metres between them as they gesticulated, gurned and beamed their way ... practising music. Anyway, on and on I faltered on my 'run', continually marveling at the respectful manner in which people were carrying themselves until, quite unexpectedly, my destination hove into view. The thing is, I've been running that route for ... years now and that is, quite honestly, the quickest the time has ever passed in spite of my risible physical condition. Hitherto, I'd always gazed desperately upon the lapping waves of the Mediterranean, desiring an imminent end to the torture. On

10:48

Opinion

CV geebies

Peter Edgerton

...post online which, let me tell you, is quite the Pandora's box. This is how it goes down. First you put the advert out, which triggers a steady stream of personal calls from acquaintances, sometimes friends, who know someone who desperately needs a

11:17

National

Franco's body can be moved, says Supreme Court, but not quite yet

SUR

The Supreme Court in Madrid has unanimously backed the government and said that the remains of General Franco can be removed from their ceremonial resting place in the Valle de los Caídos monument, outside Madrid, and placed in a simpler grave. The

15:24

Opinion

Chakra can't

Peter Edgerton

...fulfilled and fulfilling life. Actually, I'd say quite the opposite is true. By the time we snuff it our chakras should ideally resemble a fat rugby player's ears - battered, bruised and barely recognisable to the naked eye. If you were ever unfortunate

17:30

Opinion

The inbetweeners

Peter Edgerton

...photo, admittedly, but at least it wouldn't have been one of what I was eating which, these days, is quite a novelty in itself, I'm sure you'll agree. Ah yes, the very last gasp of the yuletide season which, if I recall, began some time just after the ... spendathon credit card bill. This is where the beauty lies - in the spaces interwoven among the holidays and the revelry and the pomp and the celebration, all of which are good, of course, but don't hold quite the same melancholy magic as the greys of

15:10

Opinion

Lost connections

Rachel Haynes

...fly to London, depends on the announcements the Spanish PM and his ministers deliver every so often on our TV screens, guided wisely - we hope - by those studying the behaviour of a virus. Soon we'll get that connection back, albeit not quite in the

15:57

Sport

Quite the turnaround

Rob Palmer OPINION

There's a Liverpool fan who somehow finds me, often at a congested train station, who delights in yelling at me: "What about that Iago Aspas, eh? What a waste of money!" He refers to an interview I conducted with his club TV station when I inferred