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  1. Throbbing Angel

    Throbbing Angel it's a very pretty colour this ambulance, isn't it

  2. chainsawjob

    chainsawjob Kipping in the dunes

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  3. chainsawjob

    chainsawjob Kipping in the dunes

    Just caught the last half of Ramblings with Clare Balding (not usually a fan). She was walking with a group of refugees and students from START (Students and Refugees Together) in Plymouth. Rather uplifting about the benefits of walking for these refugees who have come to the UK, and some lovely words from the social workers running it about what their aims are, and dispelling some of the misconceptions about refugees and what help they get.

    BBC Radio 4 - Ramblings, Series 35, Mount Edgcumbe, Plymouth
     
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  4. Libertad

    Libertad Would it help?

    I heard that too, uplifting was exactly what I thought.
     
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  5. lizzieloo

    lizzieloo Numpty extraordinaire

  6. lizzieloo

    lizzieloo Numpty extraordinaire

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  7. Libertad

    Libertad Would it help?

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  8. redsquirrel

    redsquirrel This Machine Kills Progressives

    Joan Bakewell has written a play, Keeping in Touch, partly based on her and Pinter's relationship, which he used as the inspiration for Betrayal. Both are on R4 at the moment - Keeping in Touch, Betrayal

    Not had a chance to listen to either yet so I don't know either is any good.
     
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    Ralph Llama ERROR 23 : DEFAULT MODE NETWORK COMPROMISED Banned

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  10. Throbbing Angel

    Throbbing Angel it's a very pretty colour this ambulance, isn't it

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  11. lizzieloo

    lizzieloo Numpty extraordinaire

    This is comedy gold, really worth a listen :cool:

    "Across Britain, thousands of people have stopped paying council tax, water rates and speeding fines. They think they have the law on their side, thanks to the 1215 Magna Carta treaty between King John and the Barons. They argue that the present Queen has breached her obligations under the treaty and so has in effect deposed herself and even become a traitor. As a result, all laws passed by parliament are invalid, the courts are shams, and government officials are imposters. Instead, they swear an oath of allegiance to a group of members of the House of Lords."

    BBC Radio 4 - Out of the Ordinary, Series 6, The Queen's Enemies
     
  12. Chz

    Chz Stark Raving Sane

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    shambler Large member

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  14. Throbbing Angel

    Throbbing Angel it's a very pretty colour this ambulance, isn't it

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    sealion Well-Known Member

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  17. Throbbing Angel

    Throbbing Angel it's a very pretty colour this ambulance, isn't it

  18. lizzieloo

    lizzieloo Numpty extraordinaire

    John Lewis-Stempel - The Wood (Omnibus)

    BBC Radio 4 Extra - John Lewis-Stempel - The Wood (Omnibus)

    ETA: Mr loo recommended this to me so I put it here cos he's usually right, I'm not so sure, it's a bit twee, maybe it's his voice, or the music because this subject matter should be right up my alley.
     
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  19. Mordi

    Mordi Amoral adventurist

  20. MrSki

    MrSki Who am I to say you're wrong

  21. mauvais

    mauvais change has become unavoidable

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    kittyP schmeeer

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