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During mid-November 2002 BBC Southern Counties Radio interviewed me and Canadian Wendy Johnson, who was visiting Sussex to be part of the launch of Letters From Lavender Cottage.

Southern Counties Radio's Carolyn Howie pre-recorded a special reading of the first letter in the book and this recording was played to open the interview. Carolyn Howie runs the radio station's Social Action Helpline.

The public response to this thirteen minute programme has been heart-warming and overwhelming and I would like to thank BBC SCR, the programme presenter, Neil Pringle and his team for their support.

You can listen to the complete programme, or you can download the file and listen at a later date. There are two files available, one in MP3 format, and the other in WMA format. To download, right-click one of the links below and then click "save target as" to save it to a location on your computer.

Download the MP3 version      Download the WMA version

If you would like to listen to the broadcast without first downloading, just click one of the links below. If you get a message asking whether you want to Save or Open the file, choose Open and click 'OK'. Windows Media Player should then automatically open and start playing (provided you already have this installed on your system)

Listen with WMA version

Note : If you use a Download Manager you may have to disable this before using these links.


Thanks are due to BBC Southern Counties Radio for their kind permission to use their recorded material
BBC Southern Counties Radio. 104-104.8 FM & 95-95.3FM