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01The Town Is Full Of Ghosts20000626Terence Davies, director of films such as `Distant Voices' and `The Long Day Closes', reads a five-part account of his working-class Liverpool childhood in the 1950s.
1: `The Town Is Full of Ghosts'.
02For The First Time I Was Aware That I Was Not Only Capable Of Being Loved, But Also Of Being Loathed.20000627Written and read in five part by Terence Davies.
2: `For the first time I was aware that I was not only capable of being loved, but also of being loathed.'.
03Hollywood Was My Solace, My Refuge From The Torment Of School.20000628Written and read in five part by Terence Davies.
3: `Hollywood was my solace, my refuge from the torment of school.'.
04We Prayed With A Religious Vigour Found Only In 5th-century Saints.20000629Written and read in five part by Terence Davies.
4: `We prayed with a religious vigour found only in 5th-century saints.'.
05For The Very Last Time We Hand In Our Exercise Books And Do Not Care What The Marks Are.20000630Written and read in five part by Terence Davies.
5: `For the very last time we hand in our exercise books and do not care what the marks are.'.

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