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fascinating radio programme on undesirable places to visit

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BBC Radio 4 ran a feature, on Saturday, which included two travel writers who make a habit of visiting undesirable places, some based on the sound of the name. Their experiences make for a very interesting listen and I enjoyed the comment from fellow guest Charles Allen who remarked that only the British would embark on such journeys.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01cj1lr

Have you ever visited places whose names would normally put you off going and yet been pleasantly surprised. Just in Yorkshire there is a delightful village called Mankinholes and Ramsbottom in Lancashire is a gem (not really hidden) which has a wonderful farmers market, a steam train and one of the best restaurants in Lancashire.

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