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Vic, Rosie and Captain
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Vic, Rosie and Captain

As part of our First World War series, here is the story of Vic Hammond and the horses he loved. An army marches on its

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 20th August, 2014
Thinking of home
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Thinking of home

From “somewhere in France,” beautiful and poignant postcards arrived in homes, large and small, across the land during the First World War. They were often

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 19th August, 2014
Fisherfolk helped Britain to ‘conker’
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Fisherfolk helped Britain to ‘conker’

How conkers helped the war effort. Neil Haverson reports from True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum in King’s Lynn. The first Zeppelin raid on the UK was

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 18th August, 2014
Life’s a drama
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Life’s a drama

Camilla Davies speaks to actress Hermione Norris about her loyalty to the small screen, and happy times in our fair East Anglia. With a reputation

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 15th August, 2014
Wartime wardrobe
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Wartime wardrobe

Our fashion expert Corinne Tuddenham-Trett re-creates the clothing styles of the First World War, and investigates how the era influences fashion today. The Great War,

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 14th August, 2014
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The Last Word – August

I’m in a state of alarm over my star rating, declares editor Neil Haverson It used to be so easy to buy something like a

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 13th August, 2014
Summer in Dubai
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Summer in Dubai

Deals in Dubai, new boats on the Norfolk Broads and the chance to take wine with Oz Clarke and drink champagne in Champagne. Derek James

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 12th August, 2014
Rock ‘n’ Foxtrot
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Rock ‘n’ Foxtrot

Foxtrot around the clock? Steve Burns, aka Dr Vinyl, tells the tale of the hit of the century. Many people regard a certain song as

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 11th August, 2014
Wartime treasures
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Wartime treasures

Sarah Prior of Keys Fine Art Auctioneers considers the market for items from the First World War. The Great War Centenary is a poignant time

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 8th August, 2014
On the Rise
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On the Rise

Our expert Derek Palgrave answers readers’ queries on the origins of their surnames. Mr M J Risebrow, from Devon, has enquired about the origin of

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 7th August, 2014
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