Anne Nightingale and Adrian Love feature listeners' letters on almost any subject.
' I want to know if I am alone in needing to
" belong somewhere. I live in Milton Keynes where everything is new; while Cardiff, where I was born, has changed beyond recognition. Surely in this age of " increased geographical mobility " others must feel this? '
1 Sir Hugh Fraser has no right to send people into the army just because they cant get a job. It's Margaret Thatcher 's fault, not theirs.'
Really, is nudism in these family holiday resorts necessary? Nudists should give the decent folk a chance and dissolve to some remote desert island '
If you have a point of view, write to: Radio 1 Mailbag. BBC, London W1A 41VW
The Mailbag phone-line, [number removed]. is open every Wednesday 7.0-10.0 pm Producer SIMON MAJOR
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