Leigh Chambers meets Roger Lilley who has an extensive collection of postcards sent between soldiers and loved ones during World War 1. They’re now on display at Rock Road Library and Roger talks about how important they are as items of historical and personal interest; Mandy Morton has an exclusive interview with the actor Warren Mitchell who died In November 2015; Phil Rowe talks to Paul Richards about his new comedy which was showing at the Arts Picture House, 50 Ways to Leave Your Drummer; Mike Prior speaks to Kourosh Saeb-Parsy, Consultant Surgeon at Addenbrooks, who discusses transplants and organ donation; Leigh Chambers chats to Karen Thomas, Community Officer at Kettle’s Yard, who talks about the Open House Artist Residency.
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