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Feed me flesh
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Feed me flesh

Deadly predators – or a choir of Muppets? Charlotte Philcox meets some carnivorous plants. Tormenting a Venus fly-trap with pieces of meat and dead flies

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 1st October, 2014
Time well spent
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Time well spent

And now for the Good News – here’s a scheme that rewards good deeds. Carol Bundock is impressed. My column this month is a real

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 30th September, 2014
Portrait of the artist
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Portrait of the artist

All Charlotte Paton knew of King’s Lynn artist Walter Dexter was that he painted wonderful views and met a tragic death. She delved deeper and

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 29th September, 2014
School’s wartime role
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School’s wartime role

Ted Blackbrow tells us about the role Suffolk’s Orwell Park, now a private school, played in the First World War – and the heavy sacrifices

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 26th September, 2014
Carnival crowds
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Carnival crowds

Jan Ramsey, of Weybread, Diss, made our day by sending us these great pictures. “My mother, Mrs Edna Knights of Diss, has asked that I

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 25th September, 2014
A trip to the family garage
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A trip to the family garage

BBC Radio Norfolk’s David Clayton recalls his and his father’s trips to their favourite garage, and talks to a loyal customer who is keeping Norwich

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 24th September, 2014
A whole new mindset
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A whole new mindset

Counsellor Amanda Goss has noticed a change in attitudes towards mental health – then and now.   I have noticed over the past year or

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 23rd September, 2014
Lorna puts on the Ritz
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Lorna puts on the Ritz

Lorna Luft, daughter of Judy Garland and half-sister to Liza Minnelli, will be the special guest performer in Puttin’ On The Ritz, a celebration of

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 22nd September, 2014
An African adventure
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An African adventure

George Sargent was shipped out to East Africa – and survived a close brush with malaria before coming home. His grandson Peter Sargent tells his

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 19th September, 2014
Smudge’s war
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Smudge’s war

Regular Let’s Talk readers will recognise the diaries kept by Fred ‘Smudge’ Smith, a Royal Navy stoker during the First World War. Here, his granddaughter

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 18th September, 2014
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