Well, at least London was spared another terrorist attack today. It's still not clear exactly what was going on, but a car went into the barricades outside Parliament, mowing down some cyclists, who luckily weren't badly hurt. The driver is in custody, but so far, it's not known if he was drunk, had a siezure or something, or was actually attempting a particularly inept-thank gods-) act of terrorism.
Much worse was the tragic bridge collapse in Italy; quite a few dead, heaven help them.
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Bloody humid again, although cloud cover has been helpful. When the sun comes out, it's hideously simmery, though.
There have been a couple of good BBC biogs this week, one on Angela Carter, who used to live nearby, another on John Minton, a fine, but now out of fashion painter/illustrator, by the ridiculously talented Mark Gatiss. Several times, he was shown in Minton's haunts, sketching quite skillfully. Not fair! Why can some people do bloody everything well? Anyway, both these shows were fascinating, and can still be seen on iPlayer.