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the website of Graham Fisher

the website of Graham Fisher

the website of Graham Fisherthe website of Graham Fisher

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Welcome to the website of Graham Fisher MBE, proprietor of G. Fisher Enterprises. We normally include an image of the man himself here but just for a change we thought we would instead include one of his cats. Far prettier on the eye. So, here is Lady Charlotte Henrietta Arabella (pedigree puss, pedigree name, but known affectionately just as Cha-Puss) sitting aloof on a box. What is it about cats and boxes? The thing is, she and her feline compatriots make a better job of guarding the house than do the dogs. We might include them another time and you'll get the idea for yourself; Gormless 1 and Gormless 2. 

Anyway ...

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 30.3.20. Behind the barricades. The coronavirus pandemic is of worldwide concern as the race is on to reduce transmission and develop a vaccine. Yet beyond the medical concerns, what implications are there for the eventual resumption of our ‘normal’ way of life and even upon the state of our democracy? (see Podcasts; IMO, episode 10)

posted 11.3.20. Age of reason. A long-defunct Grammar School, a pupil in the ‘shallow waters’ of his formative years and a celebration of half a century since the death of one of our greatest intellects, Graham reflects on how this rich combination may have inadvertently led to unintended consequences. (see Podcasts; IMO, episode 9)

posted 24.2.20. Mary Spence MBE, (see Sparrow, this website) has been invited to offer a presentation at Beyond Borders; Mapping the Odd, Unusual and Strange (see Blog, this date). 

posted 21.2.20. Friday night rocks and other 'one-offs'. Text update and addition of  tracks (4 - 7), each a full 1-hour show. (see Podcasts and scroll down).

posted 13.2.20. Heat and light. Our insatiable thirst for energy is countered by increasing levels of atmospheric greenhouse gases and the imperative to tackle global warming. But do the established laws of science indicate that, ultimately, our fate may not lie entirely in our hands? (see Podcasts; IMO, episode 8).

posted 16.1.20. Peas and queues. Our language is constantly and inevitably evolving, but are there some changes we should resist? (see  Podcasts,; IMO, episode 7).