Sunday, 9 August 2009

Landscape Man!

Oooh! Look....

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The Sock wants one - and the book would be nice too!

9 comments:

Ms B said...

I am a little concerned with the 'People who bought this also bought.....' What does that mean about Heathcliff Wilson!

Arabella Sock said...

Ha ha ha

Keeping Chickens. The Essential Guide to keeping and getting the best from Chickens!

Eeeeeeeek!

Victoria said...

Oooh, I want one of those. (A copy of the book, I mean.)

JamesA-S said...

I am less concerned by the Chickens than I am about "Halloween: A Festival of Lost Meanings" and "Activities for the Elderly:A Guide to Quality Programming".
If the very gorgeous MW manages to get geriatric witches into his programme then I will be very, very impressed.

Crusty Bedsocks said...

I've decided all this Matthew Darcey Heathcliff programme is just a big tease. When will we find out when it's going to start on C4?

Arabella Sock said...

'Matthew Wilson and the geriatric witches' - this could very definitely be arranged and it will be all your fault James. BTW I hope you had a good holiday!

Crusty - I wonder if they are releasing the book at the same time the series starts in September.

VP said...

It's the Person-centred planning in social care I find the most scary.

Do you think Waterstones just randomly selected some books to put up there? Amazon has none associated with its equivalent entry...

Arabella Sock said...

It gets worse! If you follow the link
to 'Person-centred Planning in Social Care', people who bought that also bought 'Grow Your Own Drugs'. What is society coming to? And is Matthew Wilson to blame? I think we need to be told.

emmat said...

I have a copy and there are many, many gratuitous shots of MW leaning winsomely up against fencing, in fields, etc The publishers have done themselves proud