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  • 1. ENGLISH  4   LISTENING   MUSIC   CATH  KIDSTON     FROM  :  Desert  Island  Discs,  Radio  Four     Cheerful   and   practical,   her   products   nod   towards   the   1950s.  She  began  with  ironing  board  covers  but  these  days   you   can   listen   to   a   radio   decorated   with   one   of   her   designs,   pitch   one   of   her   tents   or   decorate   the   children's   bedroom   with   her   cowboy   wallpaper.      In   her   own   room   as   a   child   she   used   to   play   at   keeping   shop.   These   days   her   business   has   a   turnover   of   more   than   £50   million.  "I  really  felt,  from  very,  very  early  on,  I  was   onto  something  with  the  notion  of  what  I  was  doing,"  she     says.  "I  remember  feeling  I'd  really  overstepped  the  mark   when  I  opened  my  second  shop  -­‐  thinking,  that's  probably   going  a  stage  too  far."         Kirsty  Young  :  Let’s  have  your  second  piece  then.  What  are  we  going  to  hear  now?     1     2   : So  next  we’ve  got  Louis  Armstrong  and  Ella  Fitzgerald.     3   Kirsty  Young  :    And  why  have  you  chosen  this?         : Cos   this   really   reminds   me   of   my   parents   growing   up.     And   it   was   kind   of   going   4   5   6   7   8   9   down   to   their   side   of   the   house   and   my   dad   loved   playing   music.   I   think   of   my   parents   at   the   weekends   cos   that   is   when   they   were   both   around   the   most   and   I   wasn’t   going   to   my   school   or   whatever   it   was.   I   was   out   with   my   pony   and   my   sister   in   the   garden   and   I   was   hanging   out   with   grownups  and  we  had  a  swimming  pool  at  home  and  we  had  music  on  and  friends  and  I  just  and   this  is  so  evocative  of  that  kind  of  period.       PHOTO,  TEXT  IN  BOX,  PODCAST  :  http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b010lyy4    Audiotape  :  9.06             1   2   3   4     5   6   7   8     9   10   11   12     Heaven,  I'm  in  heaven     And  my  heart  beats  so  that  I  can  hardly  speak     And  I  seem  to  find  the  happiness  I  seek     When  we're  out  together  dancing  cheek  to  cheek       Heaven,  I'm  in  heaven     And  the  cares  that  hung  around  me  through  the  week     Seem  to  vanish  like  a  gambler's  lucky  streak     When  we're  out  together  dancing  cheek  to  cheek       Oh  I  love  to  climb  a  mountain     And  reach  the  highest  peak     But  it  doesn't  thrill  me  half  as  much     As  dancing  cheek  to  cheek       MUSIC  AND  LYRICS  :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7rmQuvuyz0         1   13   14   15   16     17   18   19   20     21   22   23   24     Oh  I  love  to  go  out  fishing     In  a  river  or  a  creek     But  I  don't  enjoy  it  half  as  much     As  dancing  cheek  to  cheek       Now  Mamma  dance  with  me   I  want  my  arms  about  you     Those  charms  about  you   Will  carry  me  through...       Yes,  heaven,  I’m  in  heaven   And  my  heart  beats  so  that  I  can  hardly  speak     And  I  seem  to  find  the  happiness  I  seek     When  we're  out  together  dancing  cheek  to  cheek