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  Fantasy Party Competition Thursday 26 December 2002  
Regular listeners' to Woman's Hour will know we set a challenge for you to come up with a list of 3 guests - alive or dead - who you thought would really make Boxing Day go with a swing.

We were inundated with suggestions - and the prize was an invitation to the party.
The lucky winners met Jenni. In third place was Gina Coleman who chose Fanny Craddock, Tommy Cooper and J K Rowling.
In second place was Margaret John with Lucretia Borgia, Jane Austen and P D James - all she says independent women who between them would be able to devise a means of getting rid of unwanted guests - sounds rather sinister.
The winner was Natalie Lloyd Evans who wanted to bring along The Queen of Sheba, The Lord of Misrule and Clare Rayner.
To view the Woman's Hour video and see more party pictures

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