"The Black Sheep Of The Family: A Tale Of A Fancy Dress Ball"
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This episode, host Iain is joined by Marion, Tracey and Barry for a chat about "The Black Sheep Of The Family: A Tale Of A Fancy Dress Ball", by Evelyn Hope. This story was first published in "The People's Friend" in 1911, and comes complete with some intriguing plot holes that the team would have liked to have seen explored a little further . . .

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