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  What's It Like Being You.... takes a look at a variety of lives from across Northamptonshire. Hear in their own words people's remarkable stories.

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  JOHN PERCIVAL
John Percival
John Percival has fond memories of two summers he spent working at Wellingborough Zoo, including spitting camels, pink rabbits and savage squirrels.

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  BRIDGET PEET

When Bridget left University she chose a rather unusual location for a year out - cold war Russia.

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ARCHIVE - A TO M ARCHIVE M TO Z
Jack Addis
John Bailey
Melanie Campy & Tony Hollingsworth-Ellary
Eddie Crowhurst
Tony Egan
Chis Gutowski

Roland Jordan
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Flora & Ernie Hornby
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Gerald & Janet Hunt
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Debbie Kendal - homeworker:

Caroline & Barry Lewis: P1, P2







Caroline Martin
Heidi Moore
Helene Parker

Joanne Pattrick - Part 1, Part 2
Michael Wills - huntsman : P1, P2, P3, P4
Steve Walker: - P1, P2
Don Williams Part 1, Part 2

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Sarah, Kettering
Its a good idea to have them here also, I heard one Rowland's story and wanted my husband to hear it. So thank you.

Paul from Duston
Interesting articles, really are, its nice to hear about other people's lives.

Peter, Northampton
Re: Michael Wills. I have to say I'm anti-hunting, but hearing Michael speaking about himself and the dogs added a real personal element that I'd so far not heard on this subject. Cracking stuff!


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