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Author: William SMETHURST
ISBN: 0413501701
Pages 160 pages
Publisher Methuen; 1St Edition edition (1982)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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by William SMETHURST

Written by two of the characters in The Archers at the time, this book combines John Tregorran's history of the people of Ambridge and Jennifer Archer's tracing of the parish through its fields, hedgerows, and wildlife.

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by William Smethurst. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780413501707. Release Date: January 1982.

The programme began as a dramatised agricultural advice service: it has evolved into the story of an English village. It must accurately reflect rural life; if it has attitudes, they must be the attitudes of rural England.

Quidditch Through the Ages is a 2001 book written by British author J. K. Rowling using the pseudonym of Kennilworthy Whisp about Quidditch in the Harry Potter universe. It purports to be the Hogwarts library's copy of the non-fiction book of the same name mentioned in several novels of the Harry Potter series. The book benefits the BBC affiliated charity Comic Relief. Over 80% of the cover price of each book sold goes directly to poor children in various places around the world.

echo down/through the ages definition: to continue to have a particular effect for a long time:. Clear explanations of natural written and spoken English. Learner’s Dictionary. Essential British English. Essential American English.

like Jane Austen – a group of interesting characters in an English village.

Despite being a soft-spoken Lancastrian of mild-mannered appearance, the writer and producer William Smethurst, who has died aged 71, was known to his detractors in radio and television as Butcher Bill. Cutler explained after Bill’s death: He told me The Archers was essentially a social comedy – like Jane Austen – a group of interesting characters in an English village. Among his legacy to Ambridge were the hotel manager Caroline Bone (later Pemberton, now Sterling), the Lower Loxley heir Nigel Pargetter and the development of the chaotic Grundy family, as well as Shula Archer’s Young Conservative membership.

In the middle of our village, there is a beautiful old church, which dates back to the beginning of the Middle Ages. We found that one side of the hole was so soft that you could just 5 a stick through it. Some of the local boys volunteered to help, including myself. It was obviously that passageway! Then some workmen came in and told us to stop.