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the website of Graham Fisher



... the eagerly anticipated 'silver edition' collection of the first 25 episodes of TFTB (see menu bar above) is scheduled for launch at the International Festival of Glass in Stourbridge on August Bank Holiday 2019.

PRE - ORDERS will be available  in due course; in the meantime you are invited to offer expressions of interest or ask any queries via the  CONTACT US TO FIND OUT MORE  button immediately below.

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Welcome to the website of Graham Fisher MBE, proprietor of G. Fisher Enterprises. That's him over yonder, during a recent stay at the fantasy village of Portmeirion in north Wales. He's a big fan of the late Patrick McGoohan's cult TV series The Prisoner, which was originally filmed here in the 1960s. Rumours that McGoohan's chiselled good looks and rakish charm were modelled on GF are, as yet, unsubstantiated. Be seeing you! 

Canals and what?

Graham is a noted specialist in the inland waterways of the UK with an interest in the industries they served, particularly Stourbridge Glass, and is a writer, broadcaster and presenter who has over the years carved his own unique niche as an observer of the unusual and the arcane.

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Here is your 'one-stop shop' for both G. Fisher Enterprises and Graham's associate Sparrow Publishing, with details of available books, podcasts and presentations, together with imagery, links and listings of other organisations and causes supported.

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posted 27.4.19. Women and GIS. Mary Spence MBE features in a prestigious new book highlighting the achievements of similarly remarkable females who have made their mark in the international world of  Geographical Information Systems. (see Sparrow).

posted 15.2.19. Cholera clobbered (2). Illustrated podcast on Sandfields Pumping Station, Lichfield now available on West Midlands History website. (see Blog).

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