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Mark Tully celebrates the healing power of gardens, and talks to Rev. Lizzie Hopthrow, Chaplain of the Pilgrims' Hospice in Canterbury, about how her hospice garden brings hope to patients and their families. With poetry from 14th century Persia, to contemporary writers Karl Capek and Diana Athill, and music by de Falla, June Tabor and Stevie Wonder.

Producer: Elizabeth Burke
A Loftus Audio production for BBC Radio 4.

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30 minutes

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Sun 3 Jul 2011 23:30