Why we love the Archers - Chris Arnott
Chris Arnot has been a national freelance journalist for nearly 20 years and is currently writing a book about The Archers. After updating the programme’s Who’s Who last summer, he was commissioned with script-writer Simon Frith to write The Archers’ Archive to mark the 60th Anniversary of the world’s longest running drama series.
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Why we love the Archers - Chris Arnott
Chris Arnot has been a national freelance journalist for nearly 20 years and is currently writing a book about The Archers. After updating the programme’s Who’s Who last summer, he was commissioned with script-writer Simon Frith to write The Archers’ Archive to mark the 60th Anniversary of the world’s longest running drama series.
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Why we love the Archers - Chris Arnott
Chris Arnot has been a national freelance journalist for nearly 20 years and is currently writing a book about The Archers. After updating the programme’s Who’s Who last summer, he was commissioned with script-writer Simon Frith to write The Archers’ Archive to mark the 60th Anniversary of the world’s longest running drama series.
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Why we love the Archers - Chris Arnott
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