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Patrick Eade, founder member of Hospital Radio Ipswich, on the sofa

Duration:
3 hours, 30 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 07 October 2011

Former Radio Orwell late show presenter Patrick Eade sits on the sofa. He's a founder member of Hospital Radio Ipswich which has its 40th birthday bash tonight. These days Patrick works for the British Forces Broadcasting Service.

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Professional singer Julia Parrott, who now runs Polstead Music Studio, speaks to Lesley about how she got booked up for a gig in Hintlesham.

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