Desert Island Discs!!!

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  1. Daisybank

    Daisybank Hmmmmmm!

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    Anyone listen to this??

    "Desert Island Discs is one of Radio 4's most popular and enduring programmes. Created by Roy Plomley in 1942, still being broadcast, the format is simple: each week a guest is invited by to choose the eight discs they would take with them to a desert island.

    The discussion of their choice is a device for them to review their life. They also choose a favourite book (excluding the Bible or other religious work and Shakespeare - these already await the "castaway") and a luxury which must be inanimate and have no practical use."


    So what are yours - if you were stranded on that desert Island, what eight tunes would you want to listen to? What book and what luxury item?
     
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    Rela Wannabe Lean!!!

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    8 albums or just songs?

    Hmmmm, albums would be:

    The Verve: Urban Hyms
    Oasis: Whats the Story?
    The Pixies: Doolittle
    Fiona Apple: When the Pawn
    Down: NOLA
    Down: A Bustle in your Hedgerow
    Stereophonics: Word Gets Around
    Take That: Everything Changes :D

    Book: The Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice.

    Luxury: Love Lettuce face scrub from Lush.
     
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    Daisybank Hmmmmmm!

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    great choices hun

    Love that scrub too!!
     
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