I didn’t grow up in the UK so I didn’t know anything about The Archers until I moved in with my partner about 4 years
My Mum had always listened when she was a child and started again when my sister and I left home in the 1990s - I
I used to cook dinner during the 6:30 comedy slot on Radio 4. Sometimes, the cooking took longer and I ended up hearing, and then
I have listened to the Archers since birth but the first storylines I properly remember are the wedding of Will and Emma and Ruth\'s affair
I love podcasts and I also adore the Brits. Google search-British, podcasts..and in that search I found this golden egg called "The Archers". I've
Began listening our of curiosity. I had heard TA referenced in television programs and other places and sought it out to see what is was
Been a regular listener for, erm, maybe 10 yrs or so, but have heard it on and off for 40+ years as various family members
Er, what to say? I've been listening for ten years, so I'm still something of a novice.
I dislike most of the Archers
I cannot recall exactly how I got on to The Archers. It must have been my cousin, Jein who mentioned the series when she introduced
Listened without listening for years but got hooked around the time Lizzie was gazumped by Cameron Thingy
Mark or 'Bear' to his friends tweets as @Yokelbear from the wilds of Wiltshire. He was raised in an Archers listening household and has been
When not dodging the law for crimes against Rob Titchener, Blithe is occupied in the creative industry and spends Sunday mornings, tea in hand, shouting
I live in France ... on the side of a mountain.
I've (only) been listening since about 2007.
I run a bed and
Archers listener consistently since I was 13...lover of opera and red wine. Founder member of Lucy's pussy posse.
Paul started listening to The Archers in the early 1980s as a way to get close to the land, as he realised his boyhood dream
Goddessdeeva, secret agent, trapeze artist, lover and fighter.
As quick to forgiveness as she is to anger, she has been known to run round