From the BBC News website:
> The archbishop told Il Giornale: "The book is everywhere. There is a very real risk
> that many people who read it will believe that the fables it contains are true."
Bizarrley the book in question is the "Da Vinci Code" and not The B... well, nevermind.
We went to the rugby yesterday to do our surround-sound recording of the crowd noise. I'd never actually been to a large sporting event and this was a pretty big Rugby League match - Bradford against Hull. We were set up between the away-dugout and the small container/shed which the main sound was mixed and balanced in (not to mention playing songs when goals were scored, etc.) We are quite looking forward to going through the audio we recorded, and we did record the whole thing. Plus we did pop up on Sky Sports a couple of times as we were between the audience and the field... wearing bright neon-green high visibility tops.
Everyone at the stadium was great and very helpful - this has been a bit of a pattern: once people have let us visit their venue, explain what we want to do, and see that our recording setup is actually quite small, they really make it easy for us to setup and work.
Now it is officially the Easter break, and in a world first for the first day of any break from school/university it is sunny. However he dissertation is due on the day we get back (April 4th). Here goes....