An eventful Monday at the Hethel Engineering Centre where MD Simon Coward enthused about the £6m expansion which will double its size. Pity none of the engineers there were able to help the Radio Car which died and had to be removed forcibly by breakdown truck! The forecast to date is that spares required are no longer available so the poor old girl might be going to meet her maker.
GMB members and spokesman Ivan Mercer, were on strike again outside Colmans in Norwich as part of a national walkout over pension and final salary deals. Unilever failed to get round the table since the last strike a month back. At the Courts, Judge Peter Jacobs talked to 30 business people about the links between unemployment and crime. He believes taking on ex offenders helps society by preventing them turning to crime again.
Heather Guthrie at the Castle Museum hows me a copy of the Titian painting of "Diana and Actaeon" which will be coming here in March to go on show. Currently travelling the country this 'priceless' work of art depicts the moment when Actaeon stumbles upon the godess Diana bathing. A further painting by Titian shows the sticky end it led to!
In 'Cafe Canary' with me on Friday to discuss the forthcoming Chelsea game were left to right, former Manager Ken Brown, ardent fan Claire Richards and ex player Bill Punton. They're hoping for a win by a close margin. Kick off at 12.30 Saturday.