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Lucy BA Lucy BA | 15:44 UK time, Wednesday, 20 April 2011

This week's show drawing from James Hood is called 'A Tale of One Concourse' and is based on the introduction to 'A Tale of Two Cities' by Charles Dickens.


"It was big in the railway station. It was small in the railway station.


There were a train with no chin and a vagrant who was turf'd of face on the platform. McGregor the writing ghost rose undramatically from Sexy the Steam Engine's hat and Stumpy Jimmy, the watchdog, despoiled the shining engine by firing his blood on Sexy's rear end.


And it came to pass that a single tuppenny bit was left on the platform by a man not known to Buckules the short vagrant, who wanted to take the coin that lay before him, and buy sweets or whatever."




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