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Brunch With The Brits 272 Goodbye Mr. Lime Hosted on Saturday, July 27, 2013

This week we conclude Harry Lime. We'll hear the episode Greek Meets Greek and then it'll be done. We then move to This Sceptred Isle and learn about India and the death of George II from Feb 13 of 1996. We'll also have the second episode of A Small town in Germany from August 29 of 1982 and we'll conclude with the second Chapter of The Secret Adversary. Enjoy
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Download brunch-brits-272.mp3 88.85 MB Hosted on Saturday, July 27, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 271 A Small Town In Germany 1 Hosted on Saturday, July 20, 2013

This week a changing of the guard. As always we'll start with Harry Lime but two episodes this week. We'll listen to HOneymoon from July 11 of 1952 then The Blue Caribou from July 18 of 1952. Special thanks to Matthew Ellif for his sharing of his collection. Then It's This Sceptred Isle from January 12 of 1996.

Download brunch-brits-271.mp3 121.97 MB Hosted on Saturday, July 20, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 270 Mike The Conclusion Hosted on Saturday, July 13, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 270 Mike The Conclusion
Brunch With The Brits 270 is here. Join us as we clean up lose ends so to speak.
First of all due to its incomplete nature the episode of Harry LIme entitled Honeymoon will not be heard. The Only BBC offering this week will be Sceptred Isle and that will cover Militias and Pitt's plan to invade Canada. Then we'll finish Mike A Public School Story with Chapters 25 through 29. AGain thanks to John Lingard for all his work.
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Download brunch-brits-270.mp3 93.16 MB Hosted on Saturday, July 13, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 269 Four Chapters Of Mike Hosted on Thursday, July 04, 2013

This week we celebrate the Fourth by doing a little house cleaning. We have our usual suspects. Harry Lime is from July 4 of 1952 and it's entitled Paris is Not The Same. On Sceptred Isle we'll learn of the Black HOle of Calcuta and then four
chapters of Mike A Public School Story read by our listener and dear friend John Lingard. Enjoy. And stay tuned to the end for some very special Fourth of July merriment.
Remember we did win our Independence from the British after all.
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Download brunch-brits-269.mp3 107.69 MB Hosted on Thursday, July 04, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 268 Farewell Dad's Army For This Series Hosted on Friday, June 28, 2013

This week on Brunch we want you to note the new times for Brunch We're actually going to attempt to get the shows to you between Thursday and Friday nights here in the Us or possibly Wednesday depending on the host's vacation plans. We hope you're having a good summer yourselves and here's this week's line up. We'll start with Harry Lime as always and listen to The Hard Way from June 27 of 1952. We'll then return to England and learn about Pitt's anxieties in This Secptred Isle from Feb 7 of 1996.

Download brunch-brits-268.mp3 103.89 MB Hosted on Friday, June 28, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 267 All Is Safely Gathered In Hosted on Saturday, June 22, 2013

This week on BWTB we'll begin as always with The Lives of Harry Lime and The Professor Regrets from June 20 of 1952.
We'll then meet Clive of India and find out how India looked in the mid seventeenth century. Note it was not a colony yet. In Dad's Army what happens when the platoon are sent off to do ... farmwork? And is Warden Hodges turning a new leaf? And we'll conclude with Mike Chapter 18. Bob has good news for Mike. Enjoy.
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Download brunch-brits-267.mp3 83.7 MB Hosted on Saturday, June 22, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 266 A Wilson Manager?! Hosted on Saturday, June 15, 2013

This week we'll start with The LIves of Harry Lime and Blackmail is a Nasty Word from June 13 of 1952. Then in Sceptred Isle we'll discuss more of mid eighteenth century England. We'll then listen to Dad's army and hear what happens when A Wilso becoes bank manager. We'll conclude with Mike and hear more from the Edington match and what happens when the school gets chcicken pox. Enjoy.
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Download brunch-brits-266.mp3 88.88 MB Hosted on Saturday, June 15, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 265 Fallen Idol Hosted on Monday, June 10, 2013

This week on BWTB we'll begin as always with The LIves Of Harry Lime and "A Night In A Harem." Then we'll discuss Hogarth and the Price of Gin in this Sceptred Isle. On Dad's Army Captain Mannering becomes a "Fallen Idol," and we'll end as always with Mike and Chapter 16. Uncle John's in town and he talkes a look at Mikes' wrist. Is it really hurt? Enjoy
Ways to listen
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http://www.radiooutofthepast.org
We're also on The Radio Entertainment Network.

Download brunch-brits-265.mp3 89.82 MB Hosted on Monday, June 10, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 264 features Harry Lime on the Mediteranean again Hosted on Tuesday, June 04, 2013

as we solve The Pearls of Bohemia from May 30 of 1952. We learn then about Bonnie Prince Charley in This Sceptred Isle. In Dad's Army what happens when Jones loses money meant for a charity "Don't Panic," ... no really don't. We conclude with Mike and as Mike has been threagtened after insulting a fellow cricket player what then?
Ways to Listen
1 Brunch is at
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2 Brunch is at itunes and at bwtbrits.libsyn.com

Download brunch-brits-264.mp3 84.85 MB Hosted on Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Brunch With The Brits 263 Murder On The Riviera Hosted on Monday, May 27, 2013

Harry LIme could be the headliner but we also have Dad's Army Sceptred Isle and Mike gives a grave insult on the cricket pitch. Sorry about the late show and have a good Memorial holiday.

Download brunch-brits-263.mp3 80.18 MB Hosted on Monday, May 27, 2013

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