Two more prizes have been added, both from Tony Polzer (Tony da Roma from ST). One is for a tour guide for a day in Rome. The other is for time with a wine expert. Both prizes are with Tony when he is available or with a 50% discount for other members of his team who are available more often.
OK, I have a peeve about how the times are stated, since the U.K. and U.S. will be on Summer or Daylight Saving time then. GMT is constant, and the time in the U.K. will be one hour ahead of that. The times observed in most of the U.S. should be stated as PDT, EDT, etc. Another aspect of confusion in time zone names is that the "ST" in Britain means Summer Time, and in the U.S. it's Standard Time, observed in winter. Arizona stays on MST all year, meaning that in summer they're the same as the West Coast and PDT. So if the time is based on the time observed in the countries, it should be 5pm BST, in the U.S. 9am PDT and 12 pm EDT.
Will they? I thought it was after. I will admit I get confused on all the abbreviations.
Okay, you are right, UK time changes Sunday 31 March. We will be in Israel when they go forward Friday 29 March and then in the UK for their change. And daylight savings time starts in the US on Sunday 10 March.
I will change it to:
Friday 12 April 4pm (16:00) GMT - which is 5pm BST in the UK, 12pm (noon) EDT on the US east coast and 9am PDT on the US west coast.
I can understand all the confusion about different time zones, especially when daylight savings time is a factor, but why change the day from Saturday to Friday? I'm glad this is far enough in advance that we can get everything figured out!