and off for our Sunday roast dinner,
to the Punch & Judy,
it was quiet busy so we had a few drinks at the bar whilst reading the Sunday papers, but then a table became free,
Diana had the mix of three meats, beef, pork and lamb,
for me I settled for just the lamb with an extra Yorkshire pudding, it is making me hungry as I am typing this! after the meal we chatted the afternoon away as there were no other dinners waiting for our table, then home to 388 and feet up for a few, DVDs,
The First Of The Few, later called Spitfire, was a drama documentary based on the life of Reginald Joseph Mitchell, though largely unknown in his lifetime outside of aviation circles, with out his designs Great Britain would have been in dire straights when fighter aircraft were needed, and with out Rolls Royce designing the new engines for it and later the P51 Mustang they may not have been so successful as Packard made over 15,500 engines under Rolls Royce's licence, R. J. Mitchell a man of vision when it came to flying, but the good news is that although Mitchell received no official recognition for his creation of the Spitfire by the award of a high honour, in January 2000 his son, Dr Gordon Mitchell, received a letter from 10 Downing Street stating "The Prime Minister fully understands your wish to see that your father's services to aircraft design are recognised with a posthumous high honour",
then another chilling look into the actions of killers, M for Murder, this time again in three sections, Mass Murderers, Murder in Cold Blood and Murdering Conmen, chilling,
we watched till late in the night, or I should say early in the morning Supervolcano, it is a two-part BBC factual drama set against the statement, 'what if Yellowstone erupted?' the fictitious film was made superbly well, directly following Supervolcano, a two-episode documentary reveals the cutting-edge research that informed the drama which was completely enthralling, what a great DVD and for just £3.25, then for us off to bed.