Special Deliveries

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How Lovely On The Mountain20160129"

A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Kevin Whately

Writer - Lucy Gannon

Producer - Heather Larmour."

How Lovely on the Mountain20160129"A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Kevin Whately

Writer - Lucy Gannon

Producer - Heather Larmour.

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How Lovely on the Mountain20160129
How Lovely On The Mountain20160129

A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Kevin Whately

Writer - Lucy Gannon

Producer - Heather Larmour.

How Lovely on the Mountain20160129A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Kevin Whately

Writer - Lucy Gannon

Producer - Heather Larmour.

How Lovely on the Mountain20160129A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Kevin Whately

Writer - Lucy Gannon

Producer - Heather Larmour.

Second Class, Signed For20160212"A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Jodie Whittaker

Writer - Colin Carberry

Producer - Jenny Thompson.

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A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Jodie Whittaker

Writer - Colin Carberry

Producer - Jenny Thompson."

Second Class, Signed For20160212
Second Class, Signed For20160212

A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Jodie Whittaker

Writer - Colin Carberry

Producer - Jenny Thompson.

Second Class, Signed For20160212A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Jodie Whittaker

Writer - Colin Carberry

Producer - Jenny Thompson.

Second Class, Signed For20160212A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Jodie Whittaker

Writer - Colin Carberry

Producer - Jenny Thompson.

Zarafa20160205"

A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Adrian Lukis

Writer - Kate Woodward

Producer - Jenny Thompson."

Zarafa20160205"A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Adrian Lukis

Writer - Kate Woodward

Producer - Jenny Thompson."

Zarafa20160205"A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Adrian Lukis

Writer - Kate Woodward

Producer - Jenny Thompson.

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Zarafa20160205
Zarafa20160205

A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Adrian Lukis

Writer - Kate Woodward

Producer - Jenny Thompson.

Zarafa20160205A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Adrian Lukis

Writer - Kate Woodward

Producer - Jenny Thompson.

Zarafa20160205A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader - Adrian Lukis

Writer - Kate Woodward

Producer - Jenny Thompson.

01How Lovely On The Mountain By Lucy Gannon2016012920200107 (BBC7)A curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery

Series of short stories about some rather special deliveries

A curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, Kevin Whately reads Lucy Gannon's short story

One of a special series about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail in 2016, 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

Producer: Heather Larmour

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 2016.

02Zarafa By Kate Woodward2016020520200109 (BBC7)The tale of Zarafa, a very unusual gift for King Charles X of France

Series of short stories about some rather special deliveries

The tale of Zarafa, a very unusual gift for King Charles X of France.

Adrian Lukis reads Kate Woodward’s short story.

One of a special series about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail in 2016, 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

Producer: Heather Larmour

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 2016.

Adrian Lukis reads Kate Woodward’s short story.

03Second Class, Signed For By Colin Carberry2016021220200114 (BBC7)Laura is selling her wedding dress as she adapts to her new life. By Colin Carberry.

Series of short stories about some rather special deliveries

A young wife and mother makes some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Jodie Whittaker reads Colin Carberry's short story.

One of a special series about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail in 2016, 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

Producer: Jenny Thompson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 2016.

A series of stories about some rather Special Deliveries, commissioned to mark the anniversary of the Royal Mail 500 years after Cardinal Wolsey appointed the first Master of the Posts in 1516.

In Lucy Gannon's story a curiously behaving dog leads a postman to make a rather unexpected delivery, while Kate Woodward takes us to the French court, and the tradition of royal gift exchange. In our final episode Colin Carberry's story is about Laura, a young wife and mother who is making some tough decisions by way of the Royal Mail.

Reader.... Jodie Whittaker
Writer.... Colin Carberry
Producer.... Jenny Thompson