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Monica Dickens

Monica Dickens

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Broadcast

First broadcast: Sat 06 Jun 1970

Novelist

Roy Plomley's castaway is writer Monica Dickens.

Choices

Jeremiah Clarke

1.

Jeremiah Clarke

Trumpet Voluntary

Soloist: Nicholas Danby

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

3.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Bassoon Concerto in B flat major

Soloist: George Zukerman Orchestra: Wurttemberg Chamber Orchestra

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Georges Guetary & Lizbeth Webb

4.

Georges Guetary & Lizbeth Webb

This Is My Lovely Day

Johann Sebastian Bach

7.

Johann Sebastian Bach

Cantata No. 140: Wachet auf

Choir: St Thomas' Church Choir, Leipzig

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Book

Thesaurus by Roget

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Luxury item

Writing materials

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This programme is not currently available to listen. Why?

Broadcast

First broadcast: Wed 10 Jan 1951

Novelist

Roy Plomley's castaway is writer Monica Dickens.

Choices

John McHugh & Grace Shearer

1.

John McHugh & Grace Shearer

The Kerry Dance

Alexander/Gauntlett

2.

Alexander/Gauntlett

Once In Royal David's City

Choir: King's College Chapel Choir

Gene Autry

3.

Gene Autry

Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?

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Maggie Teyte & Gerald Moore

5.

Maggie Teyte & Gerald Moore

Plaisir D'Amour

Gertrude Lawrence et al

6.

Gertrude Lawrence et al

Shadow Play (from Tonight at 8.30)

Artist: Yvonne Printemps, Noel Coward

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