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Laurie Lee and Me

An interview with Sky Arts.

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  1. I enjoyed your book and it made me go back and reread ‘Cider with Rosie’ and ‘As I Walked etc.’ after some 55 years. Very good but his war one I didn’t like at all.
    How is the new book coming along?
    Lastly, and I will whisper this, is that grey in your beard? :0)

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    • Alastair Posted

      I think I agree on that summary.
      Yes – that is grey in my beard !!!!! And it’s caused by late-night rushes to get my new book finished…. hahaha!

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