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A Small Piece of Paradise
The book by Geoffrey Morgan adapted as a serial reading in five parts by the author
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
4: The Plan
Arnold Massiter has no time for Joe's problem. but his wife is sympathetic. Joe takes her bach to Sparrow Street to see the garden and to meet Mr. Penny and their animal friends, and she promises all possible help to save the old man's home.
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LIFE WITH BADGER

by MAURICE WIGGIN abridged by Elizabeth Brewer Read by RICHARD HURNDALL Produced by John Cardy Last of five instalments
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A SMALL PIECE OF PARADISE

The book by GEOFFREY MORGAN adapted in five parts
Read by Richard HURNDALL
4: The Plan
Broadcast on November 2. 1967
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A SMALL PIECE OF PARADISE

The book by GEOFFREY MORGAN adapted in five parts
Read by RICHARD Hurndall 2: The Problem
Broadcast on October 19. 1967
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LIFE WITH BADGER

by MAURICE WIGGIN
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL Second of five instalments
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STORY TIME

A Touch of Magic
The book by Geoffrey Morgan adapted as a serial reading in five parts by the author
Read by Richard Hurndall
1: Visitors
After the crowded streets of London's East End Joe found a new and magical world in the country round Valley End. The countryman Ben Pollard taught him the rhythm of the seasons and the ways of the wild creatures who inhabited wood and field. But wherever you lived Life still had its problems, as Joe discovered.
A sequel to * Small Piece of Paradise ' by the same author
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STORY TIME

A Touch of Magic
The book by Geoffrey Morgan adapted as a serial reading in five parts by the author
Read by Richard Hurndall
2: Troubles
Joe wasn'the only one looking for Ben that morning. The police were looking for him, too. They didn'ask any questions, but Joe assumed they wanted to see Ben about the fight Uncle Bert's ship-mate Larry had started. That was bad enough, but after the police had gone, it was another shock to learn from the Ministry chauffeur that the very existence of the valley was threatened by a reservoir.
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GREAT SPORTING EVENTS

3: The Peking to Paris Car Race
The story of an astonishing overland race organised by a French newspaper in 1907 from The Mad Motorists by ALLEN ANDREWS
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
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LIFE WITH BADGER

by MAURICE Wiggin
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL Fourtb of five instalments
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LIFE WITH BADGER

by Maurice WIGGIN
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL Third of five instalments
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Life With Badger

by MAURICE WIGGIN
Read by Richard HURNDALL First of tive instalments
He was entirely useless and ornamental. like football and flowers. He was non-productive, selfish. decorative, and a parasite. Ironically, we loved him all the more.
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STORY TIME

A Touch of Magic
The book by Geoffrey Morgan adapted as a serial reading in five parts by the author
Read by Richard Hurndall
4: Hopes
The telephone call from London shattered Joe's peace of mind again -Mr. Massiter was coming to stay. What changes would his presence make at Valley End? Joe tried to look on the bright side. But when he got home from school on Friday the Rolls was in the drive. and Joe knew that he was there.
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A SMALL PIECE OF PARADISE

The book by GEOFFREY MORGAN adapted in five parts
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
5: The Solution
Broadcast on November 9. 1967
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A SMALL PIECE OF PARADISE

The book by GEOFFREY MORGAN adapted in five parts
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
3: The Promise
Broadcast on October 26, 1967
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A SMALL PIECE OF PARADISE

The book by GEOFFREY MORGAN adapted as a serial reading in five parts by the author
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL
1:The Visitor
Behind the East End junkyardsurrounded by factories, hoard-inns, and high walls-was a garden. Helped by his young friend Joe. Mr. Penny had created a small piece of paradise-a garden in a wilderness.
Broadcast on October 12. 1967
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THE BULL OF MINOS

Leonard Cottrell tells the story of Sir Arthur Evans 's discoveries of Minoan Crete, but has some startling new evidence as well. with Stephen Murray as Sir Arthur Evans
Narrator, GABRIEL WOOLF
Other parts played by Denis Goacher
Richard Hurndall
Basil Jones , Allan McClelland
Written and produced by LEONARD COTTRELL
See page 32
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STORY TIME

A Touch of Magic
The book by Geoffrey Morgan adapted as a serial reading in five parts by the author
Read by Richard Hurndall
5: Disillusion
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STORY TIME

A Touch of Magic
The book by Geoffrey Morgan adapted as a serial reading in five parts by the author
Read by Richard Hurndall
3: Doubts
Ben told Joe not to worry about all his troubles. Joe took his advice. And to cheer him even more there was exciting news from Colonel Rawlins when he called with a saddle for Smokey. The personal problems were solved, the future set fair, and Joe was happy anain—until that telephone call from London.
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Weekend Woman's Hour

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON Guest, Simon Dee
What makes it home?:
MAVIS ATHERTON , MARY STOTT , MICHAEL GREEN Bookshelf: ba 'mason on three novels Nice things I hate:
OLGA FRANKLIN , CLEMENT FREUD ARTHUR MARSHALL , IRENE THOMAS I wish I'd been there: DILYS POWELL
Elephant's Ear by JOAN AIKEN abridged by VIRGINIA BROWNE-WILKINSON read by RICHARD hurndall
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Weekend Woman's Hour

Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
The Magic Christian: Ringo Starr talks to Gordon Gow about his new film
The Ghost of Christmas Present: Clifford Hanley
Bookshelf: another incredible journey - Sheila Burnford, author of The Incredible Journey, talks about her new book
Let's Have a Party: seasonal tips from Katie Stewart, Martine Legge, Freda Cowell and Derek Nimmo
Faces from the Past: Lyn MacDonald and Geoffery Bibby at Aarhus. Denmark
Winter Break: Mollie Lee suggests ideas for weekends away Mousework by Joan Aiken abridged by Virginia Browne-Wilkinson read by Richard Hurndall






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