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Here is a bit of bonus material (taken out of the final edit of our conversation) in which Ms Samantha Mann talks about the Strathspey:

Episode image is a detail from the cover of  Scottish Fiddlers And Their Music  by Mary Anne Alburger, published 1996 by The Hardie Press; photograph is of James Scott Skinner

Episode image is a detail from the cover of Scottish Fiddlers And Their Music by Mary Anne Alburger, published 1996 by The Hardie Press; photograph is of James Scott Skinner

For the 100th Second-Hand Book Factory, Charles Adrian is joined by award-winning Librarian, Spoken Word Artist and trainee Agony Aunt Ms Samantha Mann. They talk provincial ladies, French poets and Scottish fiddlers.

Incidentally, when enumerating her awards, Samantha forgot to mention the Best Individual Performance Award she won in the comedy category at the 2016 Buxton Festival Fringe.

If you have a dilemma that you would like Samantha to address, you can find her on Twitter, on Facebook or you can can get in touch through her own website.

TRC3, the radio station that Samantha and Charles Adrian both worked for when this episode was recorded, can be found here. You can hear Samantha answering past dilemmas here.

Ms Samantha Mann also forgot to mention that she is now appearing on the YouTube, with many of the videos being made by Polis Loizou, who is featured in Page One 124.

Diary Of A Provincial Lady by E.M. Delafield is also discussed in Page One 20.

Episode released: 29th November, 2016.

 

Book Listing:

Diary Of A Provincial Lady by E.M. Delafield

The Appreciation Of Modern French Poetry 1850-1950 by Peter Broome and Graham Chesters

Scottish Fiddlers And Their Music by Mary Anne Alburger

 

Links:

Ms Samantha Mann on YouTube

Ms Samantha Mann on Twitter

Ms Samantha Mann on Facebook

Ms Samantha Mann on Soundcloud

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Ms Samantha Mann

Charles Adrian