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5th July 2010
Desperado play live in The Parlour as a torrent of glowing comments appears on the screen. Before that, a representative from Leeds Credit Union tells us how to keep your money away from the banks as Ed disagrees with Philip Larkin about the meaning of work. There is more from the Beechwood teachers and Temple Moor younguns before the writer Lis Bertolla talks movingly about the resonance that the word Independence has for her as a woman in her seventies. We finish with a Native American song from Desperado and a poem from Walt Whitman. Oh and of course a song from South Pacific.
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