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Cousin Dorothy

From: Vinyl Cafe
Series: Vinyl Cafe
Length: 13:55

Dave’s eccentric fifty-seven-year-old English cousin comes to visit. On a road trip to Ottawa, she ends up travelling down the highway in someone else’s boat trailer. Read the full description.
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Zunior_vinylcafe_stories_100_small The Vinyl Cafe stories feature the misadventures of Dave, fictional owner of the Vinyl Café – the world’s smallest record store where the motto is “We May Not Be Big, But We’re Small.” The Show also features Dave’s wife, Morley, their two children Sam and Stephanie and assorted friends and neighbours. The programme is hosted by Stuart McLean, Canada’s answer to Garrison Keillor. This story is about Dave’s eccentric fifty-seven-year-old English cousin comming to visit. She has come to Canada to meet a mountee but, instead, she ends up travelling down the highway in someone else’s boat trailer.

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Piece Description

The Vinyl Cafe stories feature the misadventures of Dave, fictional owner of the Vinyl Café – the world’s smallest record store where the motto is “We May Not Be Big, But We’re Small.” The Show also features Dave’s wife, Morley, their two children Sam and Stephanie and assorted friends and neighbours. The programme is hosted by Stuart McLean, Canada’s answer to Garrison Keillor. This story is about Dave’s eccentric fifty-seven-year-old English cousin comming to visit. She has come to Canada to meet a mountee but, instead, she ends up travelling down the highway in someone else’s boat trailer.

Broadcast History

This story is from the Vinyl Cafe produced and aired on CBC Radio One & Two in Canada, BBC7 in the UK and KUOW in Seattle

Related Website

http://www.cbc.ca/vinylcafe