At 6.30am, the world was shrouded in fog and it was so quiet and peaceful - and warm!
Just a quick blog today, as we are off to London, going to see Kevin Spacey in Inherit The Wind.
I note the passing of Max Robertson, he was 94. For some of us Going For A Song was required viewing. With Robertson in the chair and the late great Arthur Negus warmly chatting about the objects before guessing a price, it was the forerunner of all the antiques programmes that now infest every corner of the viewing schedules.
But this was first and it was the best, and Max Robertson was as far away from David Dickinson as you could get - cultured for a start!
Talking of culture - keep up the votes for Katie Price, she may just quit the jungle and then we could watch the other celebs instead of it just being The Katie Price Show.
On this day in 1965, Alexander Siddig was born. The Star Trek actor (he played Dr Bashir in Deep Space Nine) is the nephew of Malcolm McDowell who also appeared in Star Trek.
I met Siddig when I went to my one and only disastrous Star Trek convention.
No jokes, too excited about going to London...
And that's a fact!