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Harold Wilson, Prime Minister in the UK (1964 to 1970) - He's the inspiration behind The Beatles' song, "Taxman"


The Ministry of Audio Pleasure Presents - Play Records, Dance, Make Love (UK) // Set up in the mid-1960s under Harold Wilson, The Ministry of Audio Pleasure was a government organisation with the task of promoting the benefits of listening to popular music and safeguarding the general public against the misuse of vinyl records.

from Condé Nast Traveler

Travel Inspiration

Twenty-four nautical miles off England’s southwestern tip shimmer the Isles of Scilly


The Flying Nun - (1967-70). Starring: Sally Field, Madeleine Sherwood, Marge Redmond, Shelley Morrison, Alejandro Rey, Linda Dangcil, Vito Scotti, Gregory Sierra and Elinor Donahue. Partial Guest List: John Hoyt, Farrah Fawcett, Pat Herrington, Jr., Paul Petersen, Bernie Kopell, Paul Lynde, J. Pat O'Malley, John Astin, Harold Gould, Rich Little, Jamie Farr, Gavin MacLeod, Alan Hale, Dwayne Hickman, Charles Lane, Dick Wilson, Victor Buono, Dabney Coleman and Ruta Lee.


“You pile up enough tomorrows, and you’ll find you’ve collected a lot of empty yesterdays.”-Professor Harold Hill

from BBC News

Labour and the left: A guide to names

British socialism took on its own distinct character through the formation of the Labour Party and the trade union movement, which, in the words of Harold Wilson, "owed more to Methodism than to Marxism"