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The fifty-second page of Past Issue links with a brief description of some, but by no means all,
the excellent articles featured.
Two Post authors go to print - read the reviews this week, Willem tells us about the Arum Lily and it's froggy inhabitant and Dmitri quizzes us on the history of televsion.
In which bobstafford visits Keyhaven, we discover that African Bushbabies are cute we are encouraged to spring clean our writing notes.
Galaxy Babe wants to know what kind of Astronomer you are, Bluebottle interviews bobstafford about his Flea Market rescues and we celebrate April Fools Day.
Pastey tells forthcoming developments, BMT gives us the news, and Dmitri tells us of his travels back to 1983.
We turned all Latin this week as Willem talks about hippos, Awix reviews A Late Quartet and the Prof wonders if pilots speak maths.
Several researchers told us of their travels this week, Dmitri sets a writing challenge and we learn more than we want to about cats.
We celebrate our 14th Birthday with some history. There's the test, of course, and Bluebottle recalls the Paper Post of 2002. Galaxy Babe brings back into the now and celebrates the 'Year of the comet'.
There's another worldly feel about this week's issue, Unicorns, The Doctor and meteor strike elsewhere, Demon Drawer sums up the life of in 45 words and Amy interviews Witty Moniker.
The one where we ask a lot of questions, and even provide some answers. We have virtual flutter on the Kentucky Derby, another scavanger is interviewed this time nosebagbadger and Dmitri wants to know what we know about serial killers.
Awix reviews Star trek Into Darkness, Geggs shows you how to harvest a Quote and Dmitri proves that proofreading is fun.