With Answers Please - a chance for listeners to find the answer to that question which has puzzled them for ages.
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Joanna Trollope 's bestseller, dramatised in six episodes by Melissa Murray.
3: Lizzie's world is starting to fall apart, but Frances is beginning to enjoy herself in Spain.
Other parts played by Patience Tomlinson, Linda Reagan ,
Sandra James Young. Stephen Critchlow and Tessa Worsley. Children: Kim Staines, Kirsty Adams. Guy Witcher. James Cohen and George Allonby
Chris Serle goes on an electric discovery, taking a look at some of this century's more unusual electronic musical instruments. He finds out the answers to questions such as: What is the Theremin? Who invented the pick-up? Why was a French priest messing about with static electricity and bells? And why did the Beatles use a Melotron in Strawberry Helds Forever? Producer Neil George
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