I love TV, although I don’t get to watch as much as I would like.
Bishop Anne Dyer
We are hearing a great deal about divisions right now.
Aberdeen’s Episcopalian Bishop has said she will not block a north-east congregation's efforts to break away- but does pray for a change of heart.
For many people the days that follow Christmas Day have a clear purpose: finding bargains in the sales.
If you have ever heard an elderly person describe how Christmas used to be then you will know two things.
A few days ago I saw a very kind thing happen on the bus.
If you visit Orkney you can see the sites where ancient peoples built their homes. At the heart of these old buildings was the hearth, around which a family could gather. Here they could cook and warm themselves and the room in which they were sitting. In many places although the walls of these houses have been removed, the hearth still remains, a historic reminder that being warm is a basic need for everyone.
“It is not usually like this in Aberdeen.” That’s what people are telling me.