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Brunch With The Brits 325 Winter Journey Hosted on Thursday, November 06, 2014

This week you're really going to hear the host explain why he's sick of Disney's Frozen as he invites you to acompany him on a real winter journey.  Plus we'll conclude Fifty Years of Heart and Soul.  Enjoy.

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Brunch With The Brits 324 The Ghost On The Moor Hosted on Tuesday, October 28, 2014

We sadly conclude Dad's Army this week but we also have our look at Mo town and those who are no longer with us and we conclude with The Ghost on the Moor enjoy

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Brunch With The Brits 323 Our Lady Of Sligo By Sebastian Barrie Hosted on Thursday, October 23, 2014

This week we continue our Play's the Thing series with "Our Lady of Sligo," by Sebastian Barrie.  It's a story of a womn dying reliving her past and the cruel pain of cancer. We also have Dad's Army in Is ther Honey Left for Tea in which Godfrey may lose his cottage to an airfield and we continue our look at Hitsville USA with a look at the ladies of Motown.  Enjoy.

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Brunch With The Brits 322 Major Barbara Hosted on Thursday, October 16, 2014

We apologize in advance for the length of the podcast but hope you will enjoy Major Barbara, one of Bernard Shaw's finest pieces of satire.  We'll start with Dad's Army and the Two and a Half Feathers continue with Fifty Years of Heart and Soul by learning about the Funk Brothers and conclude with Major Barbara from the Peter Hall Co enjoy.

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Brunch With The Brits 321 Out of the Dark Hosted on Thursday, October 09, 2014

This week we'll continue Dad's Army with The Captain's Car.  A French General is vissiting Warmington and the platoons have a bit of a motor mix up.  We then go back to Motor City and learn about Mo Town's writers in the second episode of Fifty Years of Heart and Soul.  We conclude with Out of the Daark a play about the poet Edward Thomas who died during the first world war.  Enjoy

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Brunch With The Brits 320 The Quene's Retreat Hosted on Wednesday, October 08, 2014

This week in Warmington there's a turkey dinner for pensioners, plus we begin the documentary Hitsville USA Fifty Yeaars of Heaart and Soul the story of Mo Town.
Our featured play is The Queen's Reggtreat. When a gilted school teacher goes to Cornwall to recover in a friends' cottage she reaalizes there really is more to life.
Enjoy.

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Brunch With The Brits 319 Hay Feever By Noel Coward Hosted on Wednesday, October 08, 2014

This week all hay breaks loose in a country house as we listen to Noel Coard's Hay Feever. We also continue studying the war of 1812 and in Warmington On Sea a Nazi pilot is trapped in a clock tower. Enjoy.

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Brunch With The Brits 318 No Man's Land By Hrrold Pinter Hosted on Wednesday, October 08, 2014

As scotland prepares to vote tommorow the host begins this week with a heart felt message. We then hear Dad's Army and listen to The Cricket Match from July 1976
learn about the War of 1812 in Sceptred Isle, that is we start to learn about it however the American matter is skipped until next week. Our feature this week is No Man's Land. This play does contain explicit dialect. It stars Michael Hordern and Dirk Bogard and it's from 1992. Enjoy

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Brunch With The Brits 317 As I walked Out One Mid Summer Morning Hosted on Wednesday, October 08, 2014

At 19 years old Lee leaaves his comfortable home in the Cotswolds bound for adventure.
As this is our second play in our new series I dedicate this to our friend and listener Roger Bromitch in Australia. We also got Roger's email and are looking in to his request. Also this week we'll discuss the Peninsular War and hear about a Jumbo sized problem in Warmington On Sea. Enjoy.

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Brunch With The Brits 316 The Secret Summer o Daniel Lions Hosted on Wednesday, October 08, 2014

After The King Must Die we here at the studio have decided to spend a few weeks dvoted to those plays we never seem to play enough of. Those one acts the BBC is so famous for. So after we've seen how the vicar does as a home guardsman in The Recruit and hear about the Ministry of talents in sceptred isle we'll travel in our minds to Sussex georgeous Sussex and listen to The Secret Summer of Daniel Lions. Tom a young Methodist is drawn to movies when a movie set comes to his vvillage at the turn of the twentieth century. It's a gret cast and we think you'll enjoy it.

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