Saturday, April 14, 2007

Living in a UK vicarage when you aren't the vicar

[Confession: I love to listen to "Women's Hour" on Radio 3 and I watch "The View" frequently.]

Here's a segment about living in a UK vicarage when you aren't the vicar (you'll need Real Player to listen). The resident of this particular vicarage is Jill Fraser who has published a book on her experience of living in one, "More Tea, Less Vicar." Local children frequent the vicarage once a month for various activities (because that's a tradition to which the vicarage occupants consent) and the segment concludes with excerpts from a play celebrating Easter put on by the children.

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