7.45am: Turn the computers on in our Worcestershire office.
8.00am: The Financial Times prints an article about us
which prompts Mike Sergeant, from Sky News, to ask for
an interview with us in South Ealing, London.
9.30am: Collect a new batch of postcards from our local printer
and approve artwork for new leaflets.
10.30am: Collect Mark and drive to London.
11.00am: Park the car and have a telephone interview with Bill
Mouland from the Daily Mail.
12.00am: Telephone interview with Reuters.
1.00pm: Stop the car again and organise a radio interview in Worcester
2.00pm: Arrive at location for filming.
3.00pm: Leave London and head back up the M4 to the Midlands.
4.00pm: Stop on Motorway for a cup of tea and a large breakfast
(first food of the day).
6.00pm: Arrive back in the office and sort through emails.
7.00pm: Watch the news item on Sky News.
9.00pm: Set off for the studios of BBC Hereford & Worcester.
9.45pm: Wait in studio to be conected to London for a live interview
on BBC Radio 4.
10.25pm: Leave radio station.
12.15am: Get back to office. Check emails and reply.
12.45am: Turn computers off and leave office.
The next day in the life of InMemoryOf (4th May 2000) ...
To cut a long story short, it began at 6.45am and ended at 12.30am
on the 5th of May.