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Scott and Paul from Songcraft Podcast talk with the living legend about why we'll never hear all the verses she wrote for "Coal Miner's Daughter;" what she told Jack White about songwriting that he didn't "get;" how thinking nobody would ever hear her songs shaped her writing style; what she really thinks about Willie Nelson; how she reacted when her songs stirred up controversy; and why she doesn't give career advice.
John Creasey was a one man novel factory, writing (according to Wikipedia) over 600 novels under 28 different names. Upper class detective Richard Rollison (aka ‘The Toff’) featured in over 40 novels, though the BBC have only dramatised 2 of these.
The Honourable Richard Rollison reluctantly agrees to attend a wedding. Is he the only one that notices something strange about the bride? Murder and blackmail follow with Rollison seeking a first wife, a discovery in the Thames, and him as a suspect. He is Paris bound when the police stop him, but that is not allowed to get in his way as he attempts to solve the mystery and reveal the murderer’s identity. 1975-06-07. 6 partsContinue
What is so special about a Sussex farm that three people want to buy it.? So desperate are the buyers that one at least will resort to kidnap or even murder to get their hands on it. The Toff is called in to investigate. 1977-04-23, 6 PartsContinue
DEAD MEN'S SHOES by Simon Masters was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 9 June 1984. A heart attack faces Det Insp Jack Branigan with an early retirement party, sympathetic smiles from colleagues and the patronising chit-chat of keen young men like Ray Duerdon, obviously angling for his old job. But that evening, events unfold which are to pit experience against ambition.