Tim Willett sits in and is joined by writer and arts lover Nicola Upson who reviews Agatha Christie’s Mouse Trap which has been showing at the Cambridge Corn Exchange. Pub of the Month presenter Dom Smith and Neil McGovern from CAMRA pop in to spread some good news on Cambridge pubs featured in the latest edition of the Good Beer Guide and in the Entertainment Hour, Skye Keable and Hatti Simpson review Ron Howard’s ‘Rush’ and ‘White House Down’ plus a mention for our own Emma’s starring role in the play ‘I’ll Be Seeing You’
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