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Program Information
Radio Bristol
Weekly Program
 Backchat  Contact Contributor
April 21, 2013, 7:58 a.m.
Summary - Backchat no 16 / 2013

Sarah Bamford HMRC on smuggling and counterfeit goods
Jeb Bushell on the history of computing.
James Melia takes us on a pub crawl on the Trans Pennine Railway
Anthea Page visits Derry, Northern Ireland, St Columb’s Cathedral and the Tower Museum
Jonathan Ainwright on his book The Cross of St Patrick under a nom de plume Captain Moonlight.
Jodie Fairish, award winning gardener gives advice on compost heaps.
Intro music Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia, written as a ballet in 1954 by Khachaturian.
Poem on Vasco de Gama written and spoken by Martin Reisler

Presenters Kirstie Paul and James Melia
Sound Engineer Adrian Uadrol Piotrowski
Producer Anthea Page

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