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Heads up, Biographical drama on Patrick Moore

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Astrobits    537

A repeat of the 2015 broadcast. On BBC Radio 4 now ( Friday, 2:15-3:00pm ) and presumably on catch-up.

 

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FenlandPaul    1,019

I have to say Tom Hollander's "Patrick" was really rather good.  I remember listening with my wife to this on the way down to Cornwall a couple of years ago.  She asked me "Is the BAA really like that?".  I felt compelled to keep up the illusion, so I just replied in the affirmative.

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