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An East Anglian Edition from Norwich Norfolk Guest: Jean Goodman visits
Edward Seago , the painter, at his home in the heart of Broadland
A House that Moves by Numbers: Joyce Cadwallader talks about her life moving from one Royal Show-ground to another
A Breath of Fresh Air: John Eccle stone describes a sailing course for beginners on the Norfolk Broads
Two Years Lady Mayor: Mrs. L. M. Gilham recalls her experiences as Mayor of Great Yarmouth
American and British Housewives Meet: an exchange of views between the wives of American servicemen and Suffolk members of the W.V.S.
Kill or Cure: Jean Goodman discovers Borne local ' cures ' and customs
Introduced by Anne Pashley Serial: . The Round Voyage' by John Rowan Wilson
Abridged by Honor Wyatt Read by Richard Hurndall
The seventh of nine instalments


Unknown: Jean Goodman
Unknown: Edward Seago
Talks: Joyce Cadwallader
Unknown: John Eccle
Unknown: Mrs. L. M. Gilham
Unknown: Jean Goodman
Introduced By: Anne Pashley
Unknown: John Rowan Wilson
Read By: Richard Hurndall

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