For the December extract from The Archers Year of Food and Farming, I’ve gone the full Jackanory and actually read a passage. I’ve tried to conjure up the magic of Christmas as seen through a child’s eyes (in this case Pip’s daughter Rosie). I do hope you enjoy it.
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2 thoughts on “The Archers Year of Food and Farming – A Christmas reading”
Hello, I love the Archers and obviously some of your scripts too! I have been going through a turgid neighbour dispute with a farmer and after writing the chronology down for the police and court for injunction, I realised it would make a great storyline for the Archers. How can I share it with you? the writers? assist on writing it? Sorry to just post this on your comments… been trying to find a ‘way in’ to the script writers… thank you for reading, best wishes Lara
Hello Lara. Your best bet is to drop a line to Jeremy Howe, Editor, The Archers, BBC, Mailbox, Birmingham B30 2XF.