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Blues and jazz from around the world
In his fourth programme for Expatsradio.com, Mark Sampson brings us a delicious mix of style yet again. The variety of material is stunning and covers everything from jazz to the ladies detective agency…you'll have to listen to understand that one!
 
Records out and time to dance
Sixties music is still a big hit and especially in our Terry Clear Show. More music from 50's and 70's coming soon!
 
Protection against the winter bugs
Winter is coming but advice from our doctor can help you avoid illness
 
Monstrously good recipe
No trick just a treat with this monster pie recipe!
 
Family photo of cooks
Another fantastic recipe for gingerbread from Penny directly from her granny's handwritten cookery book
 
Wild seaside and incredible architecture
Area guide for the beautiful French Brittany region
 
Have a food break
Round up of news and events from the SFN site and groups
 
Detective and writer from the south coast
Detective writer spills the beans on her new books and e-book publishing
 
A jacket potato is always delicious
Potatoes have been our favourite food for 8 thousand years. Sarah Jamieson, a New Zealander living in Amsterdam at the time of this programme, presents her first piece from an expats perspective for Expatsradio.com
 
Flea mill
Story about dog walking in France or rather, some of the peculiar habits of expats through French eyes.
 
Chinese crime syndicate
Chinese laundering arrests, fire suspect, a new hospital without electricity and Gibraltar access blocked by Spanish security.
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