There is simple church, a single farmhouse and post ofllee-cumgeneral store the homes of Just two families. ,■ Through its geographical isolation, perhaps, 6r some abnormality of climate, the valley has escaped a nuclear holocaust. Here, alone, lives Ann Burden, a neat and prett
11.35 BEYOND THE LAST OASIS Ted Edwards, a Salford folk singer and teacher, has been obsessed by the desert since childhood. Last year he became the first man to cross one of the remotest corners of the Sahara ; alone.
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5.40 THAT WAS THE YEAR Chris Serle lakcs a modern look at the news bulletins Of the past. The attempt by Guy Fawkes and his fellow conspirators to blow up the Houses of Parliament is the: big news story of 1605. Chris Serle reports on events, including the torturing of Guy Fawke
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