Mary takes a trip to Launceston with Jem, but it ends unexpectedly.
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1/5 1967 and a teenage Alan Johnson, wannabe pop star, needs a steady job to fund his dreams. (R)
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1/5 Growing up gay and dyslexic led Andrew Solomon to reflect on the 'outsider' child.
5/5 The commander discovers a door in the ground. What is on the other side?
6/6 David deals with family tragedy and presents some comic verse about our canine friends.
2/5 At 19, Alan is a married father of two and about to become politicised.
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1/3 By Elizabeth Buchan. A young girl discovers a different side to her stern grandmother.
As abandoned Mary arrives back at Jamaica Inn, she finds herself in danger.
2/5 For a large proportion of deaf people, it is both a culture and identity worth celebrating
Liz Carr reads Oi Frog, by Kes Gray and Jim Field.
7/10 'So many questions for you'.
2/5 At 19, Alan is a married father of two and about to become politicised. (R)