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Making Love to Marilyn


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Come Up and See Me Sometime. Second of five programmes of erotic poetry. With readings by Denys Hawthorne , Adjoah Andoh , Pippa Hinchley , Nerys Hughes , Noreen Kershaw , Ian McKellen , Juliet Stevenson , Barrie Rutter , Samuel West and poets Sujata Bhatt , Wendy Cope , Gavin Ewart , Alan Jenkins , Liz Lochead and Grace Nichols.
Producer Susan Roberts


Unknown: Denys Hawthorne
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Unknown: Gavin Ewart
Unknown: Alan Jenkins
Unknown: Liz Lochead
Unknown: Grace Nichols.
Producer: Susan Roberts

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Making Love to Marilyn

BBC Radio 4 FM, 27 August 1994 23.30

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