In a question and answer session on stage, the panel also faced a question from celebrity fan of the show Mary Berry, the Great British Bake Off judge, in what was called a “meeting of minds” with onscreen cook Mrs Patmore.
Berry, the chef and fan of the show, also managed to ask a question about the budding romance between Carson and Mrs Hughes.
"Mary Berry, you naughty little baker," said Carter. "Carson is not fleet of foot when it comes to romance."
True, though in my case it was my worst irrational fear….
Found that I *need* to cite the latest episode of Celebrity Antiques Road Show in the lesson I’m preparing on metadata.
For information literacy and LIS instructors who are sick of showing the Medieval help desk video, here’s something new in the same vein.
- Canonical things that are too crack-y even to spin into a Nippy Sweetie chapter:
- The process and "logic" of Mrs Hughes deciding to give that goddamned train ticket to Lady Mary instead of throwing it in the fire herself. WTF.
- It occurred to me (for about half a second) to make it because she's so nuts with lust and all that distraction and stuff, but that would be a huge insult to her. Absolutely not.
Best article title ever! (About classification schemes for Judaica resources.)