Episode: Woodland Wanderers


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Woodland Wanderers

Back up the Parkland Walk to the woods, where clouds and leaves make for a magical August gloom. Featuring holiday plans, children growing up, blagging vegan food, avoiding non-alcoholic wine and being tempted by burgers, Paul’s great new book idea, Tom Cruise, John Donne, Jason Manford and Linda Lusardi, and how to be contemplative and competitive at the same time.


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