Bernie Quayle
Wonderful World of the  Wireless
Odds n Ends


The Three Legs
D
uring my time living in the USA, I became quite interested in the history of the American Indians and discovered, quite by accident that a symbol of the Awahnee Indians  resembled the Three Legs of Man and on the other side of the world, ancient Buddhist monks used a similar design in their teachings.  This started me researching all I could find on our national symbol.
If you'd like to read my theory on the origins of the Three Legs, Click Here

Our Wedding
Lindsay and I were married on November 7th 2004 in Adelaide, Australia.  It had been many years since she had seen her 
parents, along with 7 brothers and sisters who had all emigrated in the 70s.  Lindsay's nephew shot some video of the wedding 
which was in the garden of her sister Gaynor's home.  I won't bore you with the whole video, but click on the screen for a two 
minute bit of fun I had playing around with the original video. (With apolgies to the godfather) Wedding Video

King Arthur's Avalon
I have long been fascinated with the tales of King Arthur and the knights of the round table but in recent years that interest has grown because of the Manx connection, If you'd like to read more, click here. Hopefully, you'll read the page about the Strange Case of the American Knights and if so, ponder this thought, when I moved to the States, the radio station dubbed me "Sir Bernard, Knight of the Turntable"

Manx Glens
Lindsay and I have set ourselves a goal of visiting all the beautiful glens in the Isle of Man and making a Video Diary.
Each video is around two minutes.  Bishopscourt Glen - Glen Helen