Historical highlights from the month of August. Compiled by Peter Sargent. 70 years ago 1944 Paris was liberated. Allied forces completed their breakout from the
It was very interesting to read about Sir Terry Wogan (July issue). He always seems so happy and full of life. My
Very many years ago, in the 1920s, I lived in the little enclave of West Carr, Attleborough. If you go about a
Swineshead Revisited’ (David Clayton, July). We first travelled the A17 from Norfolk to Newark in 1959 – not by car but by
In the July issue there is a mistake in The Last Word article, by Neil Haverson. I would assume that either Neil
I am 79 now, so I go back to the Second World War years and I remember Alan Breeze very well (Let’s
Reading David Coe’s memories of the well a while ago (Let’s Talk letters) brought to me my own memories of the same thing.
Seeing Terry Wogan featured on the cover of Let’s Talk (July) was wonderfully nostalgic and yet sad in a way. He
Really Mr James – ‘Pensioner’, Senior Citizen or a person of mature years please (Let’s Talk, June). Seriously, how often have I
I just have to comment on Neil Haverson’s observations (The Last Word, July) about the possible re-make of some popular comedy shows.
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