Berkhamsted Revisitedactive
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Radio Stakhanov
In 2005 a 13 year old Laura Kirk started writing a diary, chronicling her life in a small town just north of London famed for a beautiful cinema and a 12th century castle built by William the Conquerer’s half-brother. Her adolescence in Berkhamsted was a fairly quiet life of school, boys, MSN usernames, sport, growing up awkwardly and using words like 'phwoar' and 'lush'.

Laura kept a diary for six years, right up until she went to university. Now, along with her friend (unhelpfully, also called Laura), she's reading back over them and trying to make sense of the key issues - what exactly did ‘topping’ mean; why she was so anxious about going to
parties with her friends; why did she make her family name their cat after a sixth former she fancied; and most importantly, why on earth was she so obsessed with England cricketer Andrew Flintoff?

Berkhamsted Revisited is a romp back through those awkward teenage years, as seen through the eyes of two twenty-somethings. It's a must listen for anyone that grew up wondering what life was all about.…and how to build the funkiest MySpace profile.
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United Kingdom
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London, England
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42 Available Episodes (43 Total)Average duration: 00:25:55
Dec 10 | 00:20:54
Personal statements, Copella bongs, and common room politics
Dec 07 | 00:26:17
Berkhamsted Revisits: London Hughes (Part 2)
Dec 06 | 00:20:48
Berkhamsted Revisits: London Hughes (Part 1)
Dec 03 | 00:24:04
Drugs, Barcelona, and sexting
Nov 26 | 00:34:50
Work experience, lingerie, and boob jobs
Nov 22 | 00:26:41
Berkhamsted Revisits: Tom Grennan
Nov 08 | 00:32:47
Berkhamsted Revisits: Roman Kemp
Oct 29 | 00:21:31
UCAS, army parties, and fancy restaurants
Oct 25 | 00:24:09
Berkhamsted Revisits: Louisa Lytton
Oct 22 | 00:23:42
Contraception, Snow Days, and being Head Girl
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