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BOTW0120140127Germaine Greer tells the story of her search for a patch of her native Australia to heal.
BOTW0320140129Germaine Greer has bought a piece of battered rainforest on the Gold Coast. Now she has it, the task of restoring it seems overwhelming.
So she has to admit to her sister, a trained botanist, what she's done so they can come up with a plan.
Read by Germaine Greer
Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall
A Jane Marshall production for BBC Radio 4.
Germaine Greer has bought a piece of battered rainforest on the Gold Coast.
BOTW0420140130Germaine Greer talks about the hero of her rainforest, the rare white beech tree.
The hero of Germaine Greer's rainforest is the rare White Beech tree although, with further research, she discovers it is neither white nor a beech. However, after years of misguided exploitation, it is one of the most endangered species of the forest. A tragedy she is determined to put right.
Read by Germaine Greer
Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall
A Jane Marshall production for BBC Radio 4.
BOTW05 LAST20140131Germaine Greer returns from England to find a welcome surprise in her rainforest.
Germaine Greer returns from a six month stay in England to find some exciting plantlings in her propagation unit in the rainforest. And though they look nothing like their parent, she is sure she knows what they will grow into. It is a triumph that makes all the hard work, worry and expense worthwhile.
Read by Germaine Greer
Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall
A Jane Marshall production for BBC Radio 4.

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