The Return of Albert, a poem by the late Marriott Edgar.
Itunes podcasts now available at
A few comments whould be nice then I might do some proper podcasts.
If you have an Android phone, install the Google Podcast app.
Then search for “The English Restoring Notre Dame Podcast” in the app and you should get results. The podcasts as the moment are just a test and the podcast title will probably change.
Barely had the dust settled on Notre Dame Cathedral, after the horrifying fire in April, than the world’s architects started cranking out visions of how the famous spire could be rebuilt.
But others maintain this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, beyond rethinking just the spire. “Paris has a problem with modern architecture,” says Jean-François Cabestan, an architectural historian. “Here is a chance for a proper international debate, not only about the spire, but how to re-plan the surrounding Île de la Cité – to turn it from a no man’s land for tourists into a real part of Paris.”
In other news, Notre Dame cathedral was one of the most-searched news topics on Google in the 2019.
Boris Johnson was being interviewed by Sophy Ridge this Sunday. He was doing okay until one question.
A month ago, Sophy had asked Boris Johnson to name the naughtiest thing he had ever done. Now she was going to get an answer. Although Johnson didn’t mention Notre Dame he had once cycled on a pavement.
“Cycling on a pavement?” a startled Ridge repeated. Did the prime minister really think that was a more serious offence than conspiring to get a journalist beaten up? Or getting Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe a longer sentence in an Iranian jail? Or being sacked for making up stories as a journalist?
Johnson just blinked.
Earlier this year one of the world’s most iconic landmarks burned as flames ripped through the historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Several members of a Kansas City area church are trying to do their best to honor the cathedral in a festive way, they crafted a massive replica of the cathedral out of gingerbread, and it’s nearly all edible.
The Lion and Albert, a poem by the late Marriott Edgar.
So this is an introduction to my new podcast.
Donald Trump was at a meeting in London with other world leaders to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the founding of NATO. As far as we’re aware, Trump did not discuss with French President Macron buying Notre Dame in Paris and turning it into a hotel.
But several leaders including Boris Johnson and Justin Trudeau were spotted sniggering at Trump at a reception.
The board of trustees of the new public body overseeing the construction of Paris’ Notre Dame cathedral is meeting for the first time. Officials on Tuesday are discussing the roadmap for the building’s reconstruction, two days after the body was legally created.