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Blog posts by year and month July 2011

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  1. You will soon be seeing some enhancements to this website. The Archers site was relaunched in its current format in December 2010. Since then we've been working with the digital agency Airlock (who produced this version of the site) and our colleagues in the BBC's Future Media division to mak...

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  2. Everyone's talking about e-coli at Bridge Farm. On Tuesday, many drew parallels with Murdoch's appearance at the select committee. On Sunday Emma was lambasted for being "a cow!" and there's been a huge amount of praise for the scene with Jack and Peggy at The Laurels on Tuesday. Forget #hac...

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  3. One of the lovely things about being part of The Archers team is that we work with talented actors of all ages. Some of them would have been long retired if they had been in other occupations, but it's great that they are still working, and able to deliver excellent performances. As an actor ...

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  4. On the occasion of Keira's christening, we thought you might like to see this lovely location shot. That's all! Keri Davies is an Archers (and Ambridge Extra) scriptwriter and web producer. Juliet twice already - read about Emerald O'Hanrahan (Emma) Knots and digeridoos - read abou...

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  5. Have the young ones taken over The Archers? Is Pip empire-building already? Who's winding up whom in the Grundy clan? Is Kathy too lenient with Jamie? Who's Samantha? And if you can help with the Village Fete, do let the Planning Committee know... Here's my pick of listener discussions on The...

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  6. Scott Arthur (Rhys) is mentioned in The Independent today, in a short item in the Diary. Scott first became a speaking character in our spin-off series Ambridge Extra, and appeared on-air in The Archers last week. Since he moved over to the main show, he's been surprised to to discover how ma...

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  7. Natalie waxed very poetical in Sunday's episode (3 July), when pointing out a skylark to Jamie. She quoted from To A Skylark by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Here's the poem in full: Hail to thee, blithe Spirit! Bird thou never wert, That from Heaven, or near it, ...

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