The epic walk and the Cambridge graduate plumber


In the second of this month’s episodes, we hear from the Dorset woman who is currently halfway through her year-long walk right around the coast of Great Britain, and editor Laura Hitchcock sits down with Sturminster Newton’s Robert Cowley as he chooses the records he could not live without.

  • Claire Allen’s Epic Walk: ‘I’m surprised I’m still here!’ Terry briefly interrupts Claire’s year-long journey walking Britain’s entire coastline to find out how she started, where she is – and how it’s going
  • MP Chris Loder confronts the Post Office’s leadership, offering unwavering commitment to the Horizon scandal victims
  • He graduated from Cambridge and, to his father’s consternation, went straight into the family plumbing business. Robert Cowley, MBE – magistrate, volunteer and plumber – talks to editor Laura as he selects his Dorset Island Discs


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