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Old 06-28-2009, 12:47 PM   #9
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I am a Radio 7 addict - they repeat things regularly so I now know some of my favourites quite well. I particularly love the Paul Temple mysteries.

The thing I particularly like about the Paul Temple series and other crime/thrillers/classics that they play is that they play one episode a day, rather than one a week so you don't forget what has happened in between and can get to the end of the series relatively quickly.

I have an internet radio so I can access the BBC listen again radio programmes without turning on a computer!
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