By Ray Bradbury. Marion's pet dog keeps her in touch with the outside world. And beyond.
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2/5 In Greensboro, the author meets the Rev Eugene Lyles, who gives him a haircut. (R)
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2/3 The cantankerous columnist reveals his first food memory, Miss Cowie's uneatable porridge.
2/5 Iris Murdoch's husband recalls falling in love with the lady on the bicycle in Oxford.
3/5 He meets Janet May of the Blue Shadows Bed and Breakfast, aka Miss Cotton Blossom 1949.
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3/6 Dorothy L Sayers and Agatha Christie contribute to the 1930s whodunit.
3/3 Everything from poetic sauce bottle labels to seasoned bumblebees and za-zas.
3/5 Iris Murdoch's husband reflects on married life and recalls their wedding day in 1956.
By Rosemary Timperley. Young cellist Janet meets a confused old man. And he seems familiar
Nicky Campbell reads Ping and Pong are Best Friends (Mostly), by Tim Hopgood. (R)
8/10 Marian feels vulnerable without Absolon. Then she receives some unexpected news.
3/5 He meets Janet May of the Blue Shadows Bed and Breakfast, aka Miss Cotton Blossom 1949. (R)