Equally, I do the podcast because I love it, not because I want to be a millionaire (though I would like to be clear that I have no objection whatsoever to being a millionaire, if that should happen). And I do love the whole podcast community thing - a bunch of enthusiasts telling the world about the thing that makes them tick.
So it might be that folks want to donate to a charity rather than directly to me, and I am absolutely fine with that. So here is a link to a donation page I have set up for the the History of England's chosen charity - the Churches Conservation Trust.
I chose this charity because England's churches fill me with wonder; for their beauty, for their living record of hundreds of years of local history, for their embodiment of the devotion and dedication of the communities they served - which I admire, even though I do not consider myself a member of the church. This charity then is about preserving the fabric of the country that I love.
The picture is of St Leonards Church. It is an entirely unremarkable church in an entirely unremarkable village, but it happens to be where I sang (badly) in the choir, was bored rigid by the sermons, decided I no longer believed in God, joined the bellringers because there was a girl I fancied who was a member (who immediately left, but by that stage I'd caught the bug), and whose fetes I went to. It's a good symbol of why I chose this charity - as a part of England's daily life.