Readers' Letters

Wartime memories made great reading

DAVID M COE Norwich

Recent editions of Let’s Talk had a special souvenir supplement of the centenary of the First World War that contained stories andread more

Why we should never forget

BILL KITE Norwich

I wish to express my sincere appreciation for printing some of the diaries of soldiers (as sent in by readers) in September’sread more

A letter from the front line

STEPHEN THOMPSON Norwich

I have been researching some of the names connected with the Holy Trinity Church Choir, many of whom fought in that war.read more

Ian Botham – a proper sporting hero

Steve Sopp Clacton on Sea, Essex

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

Small radios gave lifetimes of service

DAVID M COE Norwich

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

Join a U3A – and smile

JOHN BUTLER Southwold

The September edition included a letter that asked for suggestions for a recent retiree. In addition to giving your time to assistread more

Rock around the gramophone

WENDY WALKER Gorleston

Dr Vinyl (August) asked about our memories of the record Rock Around The Clock. I was 11 when this record came out,read more

The artists let down by Motown

Will Stebbings (Old soul fan) by email

I always enjoy reading Steve Burns’ articles about old vinyl, particularly the latest one on Motown (October) where he discusses ‘unknown’ artistsread more

A proper gent

Ann Ramsbottom Little Plumstead

I have really enjoyed reading your three First World War supplements. I only wish I had paid more attention when younger toread more

I put a tiger in my tank

JOHN SALLOWS Colchester

I was having a sort out going through my back issues of Let’s Talk and I came across the motoring article inread more

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