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A Saturday Supplement to Woman's Hour
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Gardener after one's own heart: B.A. Mason talks about Lanning Roper's The Sunday Times Gardening Book.
Could it have been avoided?: Elaine Goldman describes her troubles with a central heating installation, and Norman Tozer investigates.
Psychedelic?: Jane Probyn visits a discotheque in Soho.
I'm not lonely now: Peter Ross talks to May Brown and young people who have helped her
What sort of peace?: June Rose reports from Israel.


Marjorie Anderson
B.A. Mason
Elaine Goldman
Norman Tozer
Jane Probyn
Peter Ross
May Brown
June Rose

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