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The other day I happened to switch on the car radio and heard what I thought was a play. There was a narrator, in a very ‘camp’ voice, describing the plot of theatrical production to someone, whom I assume was a producer. The plot being described sounded so ridiculous that I thought I must be listening to a comedy play on Radio Three. Radio Three is not a channel I switch to very often but on this occasion the narrator sounded so amusing and given the ridiculous nature of the plot, I had find out what happened next. Read more of this post
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