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The virtues of keeping your liberty MOT’d and on the drive, from poet Wendy Cope

"It’s so important to write what you want to write." The poet Wendy Cope is @laurenlaverne 's guest on #DesertIslandDiscs : #NationalWritingDay 

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Coming up after 10am…Sunday Morning With Richard Holloway featuring poet Wendy Cope, an examination of the motivation behind knife crime, the ‘Attenborough of Anthropology’ and on personality types.

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50 years of selective breeding for bigger birds means “woody breast” and “spaghetti meat” — Wendy’s and Whole Foods switch to smaller birds to cope

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On air now… Richard Holloway talks to poet Wendy Cope about her experience of growing up with an evangelical mother, addressing depression through analysis and the mysterious power of poetry.

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Desert Island Discs evidently has an audience that other programmes don’t reach, writes Wendy Cope. No wonder it has lasted since 1942

"It’s so important to write what you want to write." The poet Wendy Cope is 's guest on this morning #DesertIslandDiscsat  9am.

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Listen to Wendy Cope on Desert Island Discs, discussing the eight tracks, book and luxury item she would take with her to a desert island 🏝️

"It’s so important to write what you want to write." The poet Wendy Cope is 's guest on this morning #DesertIslandDiscsat  11.15am.

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When Wendy Chupp Gossett and her kids got stuck for hours in a snowy traffic jam, Gossett decided to get out of the car and dance to help her anxious son cope.

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Wendy Cope nails mansplaining - before Twitter is even invented #NationalPoetryDay 

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"On Waterloo Bridge, where we said our goodbyes, the weather conditions bring tears to my eyes." Spend some time with the brilliant Wendy Cope:

Bloody Christmas, here again, let us raise a loving cup, peace on earth, goodwill to men, and make them do the washing up. – WENDY COPE

The wonderful Wendy Cope poem on the roundness of world is from "IF I DON'T KNOW". Both halves of it can be read at

Wendy Cope is so brilliant. (This is, I think, from MAKING COCOA FOR KINGSLEY AMIS)

Bloody Christmas, here again, let us raise a loving cup, peace on earth, goodwill to men, and make them do the washing up. – WENDY COPE

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