Liz Brewer’s DIARY: BBC Radio with Malcolm Boyden

I always enjoy discussions with Malcolm Boyden and tomorrow’s programme at 11.30am  will be no exception.    ‘Eating in public places’ and Florence hosing down the steps of Renaissance beauty spots to deter picnicking tourists.  A new initiative set up by Prince Ottaviano de’Medici di Toscana, representative of the Historic House of the Medici,  aims to reclaim the city, saving it from the ruins of mass tourism which has already reached 16 million tourists per annum!   Sadly Vandals have destroyed historic monuments, and an influx of fast-food outlets now line the major thoroughfares and binge-drinking tourists have been seen urinating in the streets and sleeping rough!

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Liz Brewer’s DIARY: BBC Radio Programmes today re Pippa’s wedding

Early start at 6.40am today with presenter Justine Greene on BBC Radio Coventry & Warwickshire discussing Pippa Middleton’s wedding to James Matthews at St Mark’s Church attended by 100 close friends and family following the guest guide ‘NO RING, NO BRING!’ (Thus excluding Prince Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle, at the church however she later attended the reception) The Wedding ceremony was followed by a massive extravaganza held in what is being described as a glass palace!    Delicious photos of the bridesmaids & pages including Prince George & Princess CharlotteScreen Shot 2017-05-20 at 12.50.43.jpg