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Book at Bedtime: The Egg and I
1/10. Betty MacDonald's bitingly funny memoir of her early married life on a chicken ranch during the 1920s in the wildest part of north-west America. Betty learns that a lady never scratches or spits. Abridged by Jennifer Howarth and read by Debora Weston. Producer Mary Ward-Lowery
2/10. Bob and Betty take a trip to see the farm. By Betty MacDonald.
3/10. Betty wishes she had studied mule-skinning or carpentry instead of ballet. It would have been more use on the farm. By Betty MacDonald.
4/10. Betty takes advice from Mrs Kettle about her disastrous breadmaking and struggles to get through all her chores. By Betty MacDonald.
5/10. Betty despairs of the bats, the outdoor privy, the chicken lice and the lack of a radio or telephone. By Betty MacDonald.
6/10. Betty MacDonald's hilarious memoir of life on a chicken farm in north-west America. Betty gets to know Paw and Maw Kettle and their 15 children. Abridged by Jennifer Howarth and read by Debora Weston.
7/10. Life in the wilderness depends on door-to-door salesmen.
8/10. Betty and Bob receive visits from "not altogether friendly wildlife". By Betty MacDonald.
9/10. Mrs Kettle dismisses Betty's childcare pamphlets as a sinister government conspiracy By Betty MacDonald.
10/10. Paw Kettle fills the hay mow with wet hay and the "darned stuff combusts spontaneous". By Betty MacDonald.
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NOTE: Last minute of episode 10 patched from listen again. It ran late!