We’re into our fifth week of Dale Island Discs and this week it’s the big one! It’s the turn of Dale Office’s big cheese, the Captain of the Dale ship our Managing Director, David Bricknell.
David has been with Dale for over 13 years, originally starting as a project consultant back in 2006 and working his way to becoming the MD, always leading from the front always putting the customer first.
David luxury items certainly have a distinctive food and drink theme (I can personally testify that David can cook a steak to perfection) whilst making sure he has a throne to sit on as the King Of Dale Island.
So David, what 5 luxury items, 5 songs and 1 book would take along with you to this very deserted Dale Island?
My Weber Braai
“My Weber Braai. You simply cannot compromise when it comes to a BBQ’s whatever the situation or level of desperation.”
Rib Eye Steak
“Some decent protein like a slab of Rib Eye. Trying to keep energised on just a few nuts and sultanas is frightening.”
Jumbl Innovative Outdoor Portable Toilet
“Jumbl Innovative Outdoor Portable Toilet with level indicator power flush and easy waste removal spout… it’s at least semi dignified!”
“Never had any desire for a beard or moustache. Despite being able to strum a guitar, I don’t think I’d be able to pull off a Billy Gibbons double act very well.”
“A case of Aussie Shiraz – enhancers the star gaze 10 fold!”
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“A song my twin and I used to play together. We destroyed it regularly yet joyfully.”
“One of the first songs I learnt with nice open chords that sound great.
“Simply a Classic!”
“Masterpiece of vocals and riffs. Extremely talented musicians.”
“Takes me back to a nostalgic Summer of 2001.”
“Not really a big reader, but if I had to take 1 book it would have to be A Survival Guide for Life by Bear Grylls. Well…for obvious reasons.”
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