Merry Christmas you beautiful people and welcome to episode 67 of the TCP.
We begin with a heart-warming story from Susan Bratcher Tischer.
Then it’s Wonderful Christmastime and we have more Christmas events and traditions from Bob Baker.
Then I take a look at roast chestnuts and discuss the history of this delicacy and why it’s not so widespread these days.
Next up is an interview with Paula Horwood the creator of Baubicles. These are a fantastic decoration to hang on your tree that you can store an engagement ring or jewellery in for your loved one.
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Want to know why us Brits say ‘boot’ but people in the US say ‘trunk’ well Bob Baker is going to explain it for you in Do You Hear What I Hear.
Then it’s the quiz. Hooray.
Then we have another heart-warming story, this time it’s from John McAllister.
This episode’s recommendation is the Happy Halloween Podcast hosted by friend of the show Tony Dixon.
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Title: Episode 67 – Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire