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29th September 2014
For the next month we will be featuring music from the Grand Northern Ukulele Festival throughout our shows, there was so much musical talent there, we can’t afford not to show you!
This week on the show we have books galore! We are talking to local and renowned poet, writer and speaker; Joyce Worsfold. We will be talking with Joyce about her latest original novel; A Fistful of Marigolds, and she is also treating us to an extract reading of the book. Here’s the synopsis:
A new school term in 1973 and Kathy Johnson, thirty, unmarried and an overworked teacher in a primary school on a run-down council estate, needs a fresh start but is still haunted by a tragic secret from her past. However, the disadvantaged people of Becklefield have problems of their own and before long Kathy is irresistibly, compassionately and unwillingly drawn into their tumultuous lives.
You may remember earlier this year Two Valleys Radio headed up to Cliff Rec to find out how Friends of Cliff Rec are ensuring the beautiful and historical place remains dear to local hearts. We are back with Viven Aizlewood and Deborah Wyles to find out why “It’s always windy up there”. The pair have put together a book exploring the history of Cliff Rec and are here to talk with us about the history of Cliff Rec and why we should know about it!
The new book “Its always windy up there” a short history of cliff rec is available to buy from Holmfirth tourist information shop for £5 or you can contact friends of cliff rec at email@example.com
The old faithful what’s on guide, Valley Round Up, is back with some dates for you to put in your diary so keep your ears pricked.
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