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The one that got away
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The one that got away

Experience is the name we give to our mistakes. BBC Radio Norfolk’s David Clayton recalls an error which led to the loss of the car

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 30th October, 2014
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Dinner with Miguel

by Let’s Talk Short Story 2014 runner-up Jo Franklin, of Winnersh, Berkshire. I’m so pleased you could join me at my table.” Georgina sat down.

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 29th October, 2014
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The locket

by Short Story 2014 competition runner-up Pat Ashbourne, of Great Yarmouth. As Charlie pushed open the door of the little town centre jewellers the bell

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 29th October, 2014
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Twist in the tale

From Sam Cooke to Dire Straits, Steve Burns, aka Dr Vinyl, says we’re all loving the Twist.   ‘Let me tell you ‘bout a place,

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 29th October, 2014
Do you remember the wartime Yanks?
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Do you remember the wartime Yanks?

Do you remember the American airmen and women of the Second World War? If so, IWM Duxford needs your help. The museum has launched a

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 29th October, 2014
Sweet charity
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Sweet charity

Fashion editor Corinne Tuddenham-Trett explores charity shop fashion in search of an outfit for under £20. After showing you recently how to put together an outfit

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 29th October, 2014
Bob’s generous spirit
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Bob’s generous spirit

For Private Robert John Greenacre the war was short and sharp – but it had a lasting effect. Neil Haverson looks at the service history

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 27th October, 2014
It happened then – November
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It happened then – November

Historical highlights from the month on November. Compiled by Peter Sargent. 70 years ago 1944 The Royal Air Force sank the German battleship Tirpitz. A

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 24th October, 2014
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Ian Botham – a proper sporting hero

I write to you with my memories of Sir Ian Botham, one of my sporting heroes. I was in, the late eighties,

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Small radios gave lifetimes of service

Neil Haverson, in the The Last Word (August), echoed the problems many of us have had when setting out to buy many

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