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As it's the weekend and another episode of Brunch is in the works I'd like to begin this press release with an apology.  The host admits unabashedly he was listening to a certain basketball tournament during recording and Kansas was playing and Kansas won.  Only in March ... even if K State loses if K U wins it's okay.  Now let's talk about Brunch.
1  We start as always with Harry Lime who is off to India this week from March 21 of 1952 with an episode called Faith Lime And Charity. Branded.
2 In This Sceptred Isle from January 18 of 1996 you'll learn of the Jacobite rising.
3  Dad's Army this week is from March 18 of 1975 thetitle is Branded and it's a great episode.
4 Then we have our Sherlock Holmes episode.  It's called The Adventure of the Pryory School from March 24 of 1995.  And finally
5 Mike Chapter 5 read by John Lingard has Mkike and Bob having a brotherly talk.  Thanks to John Lingard for his work on this project.
Ways to listen
1 Brunch is in itunes at http://bwtbrits.libsyn.com
2 Brunch is here at http://www.radiooutofthepast.org
3 Hear Brunch every Sunday at www.ren.org
Email us at brunch@london.com
Brunch has a facebook group as well
                And you can follow us on twitter.com/bwtbrits  enjoy Matt Cox host Maria Castaneda Producer Director                                                                                                                                                                                                         


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Direct download: brunch_with_the_brits_254.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:22pm PDT

This week you get in the host's humble opinion the best Sherlock Holmes episode in the series so far.  But let's look at everything else we have to offer.
1  The LIves Of Harry Lime from March 14 of 1952  Harry's in Marseilles this time with some shady folks in Violets Sweet Violets.  We apologize for the sound quality
2  My Music from March 15 of 1970.  We say goodbye to My Music this time.
It will return but we are actively looking for My Music Series 6 Fred didn't have it in his collection.
3  Our historical break as we listen to This Sceptred Isle.  We'll learn this week about the King Who Didn't Speak English as in George I Elector of Hanover.
4 Dad's Army and Sergant Save My Boy.  What happens when poor Pike is trapped behind barbed wire?
5 Sherlock Holmes and we continue with The Adventure of The Solitary Cyclist.  Probably Bert Coles best so far from March 9 of 1994 starring Clive Marison and Michael Williams
and we conclude with
6 Mike a Public School story Chapter 4 Read by our own John LIngard.  Mike plays cricket for the first time.  Hey this moves slowly but PG Woodhouse is wonderful.  Enjoy the show

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1  go to http://www.radiooutofthepast.org and download
2  We're in itunes and can be susbcribed to at http://www.bwtbrits.libsyn.com
3  Every Sunday we're on the radio entertainment network at http://www.ren.org
 Matt Cox Host
Maria Castaneda Producer


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Direct download: brunch_with_the_brits_253.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:19pm PDT

I admit I make a mistake this week but this Sherlock Holmes adventure is awesome.  YOu'll also enjoy more from Harry Lime My Music Mike gets to school and makes a friend and Dad's Army.  We also continue Queen anne's reign by looking at the end of the war in France.  Enjoy.

Direct download: brunch_with_the_brits_252.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

A practical joke has Sherlock Holmes up in arms.  there is also the usual suspects Harry Lime My Music Dad's army Sceptred Isle and chapter 2 of Mike A Public School Story read by John Lingard.  Enjoy.

Direct download: brunch_with_the_brits_251.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:48pm PDT

Yes he's back with The Adventure Of The Empty House.  We also begin a twenty nine episode PG Woodhouse reading of Mike A Public School Story from John Lingard.  But we also have Dad's ARmy with If The Cap Fits My Music and Harry Lime with It's IN The Bag and don't forget our look at English history with This Sceptred Isle.  Enjoy.

Direct download: 250.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:20pm PDT

And so much more.  We start with Harry Lime and the story jdead JCandidate.  Then we'll play a round of my Music and see how the pannel does with the letter D.  We then learn about the Union of England and Scotland.  We listen to the concluding episode in the first series of Hancock's Half Hour.  Then we love you guys so we're bringing back jDad's Army for its second series.  First episode Don't Forget the Diver.  Then we'll conclude the Old Curiosity Shop.  It's a three hour thirty minute brunch ... enjoy it.

Direct download: 249.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

This week we continue the Old Curiosity Shop.  Plus we'll hear Harry Lime in "Earl On Troubled Waters."  Hancock tells us of "The Sheikh" we learn of the jBattle of Blenheim and have a round of my Music.  Enjoy.

Direct download: 248.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:52pm PDT

This week will Grandpa sucumb to gambling?  And what of Quilp?  Well you will have to wait as we bring back this sceptred Isle plus Hancock buys a house on a cliff .  Enjoy.

Direct download: 247.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:33pm PDT

And yes we will have Part 2 of Dickens classic but first Harry Lime graces us with Five Thousand Pengos and A Kiss from January 25 1952.  Then we cross over to My Music from January 25 of 1970 after which we listen to Hancock's Half Hour from January 11 1955 and the Monte Carlo Rally and we conclude with episodes 6 through 10 of The Old Curiosity Shop.  Nell and her Grandfather are on the open road, Kit still looks for work and what of Daniel Quilp brother Frank and Dick Swiveler?  stay tuned.  Enjoy.

Direct download: bwtb_246.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:37am PDT

After to long a delay we return to Charles Dickens.  We begin The Old Curiosity Shop Dicken's fourth novel.  We actually begin the show with Harry Lime then play a round of My Music and watch Hancock bungle his way across the English Channel.  Enjoy.

Direct download: 245.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:49pm PDT

This week a break from the irrepressible Harry Lime.  See you've heard this episode before.  Because of that we have My Music from January 11 1970 then we listen to Hancock's Half Hour in which the lad has his own Cinderella experience.  We finally conclude with the Hobbit.  Hopefully you all saw the movie.  Attn Dickens fans the Old Curisosity Shop starts next week in full stereo and send us a note at brunch@london.com thanks and as always enjoy

Direct download: 244.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:21pm PDT

Our headline r continues to be the Hobbit but we do have a look at Charles Chilton who died at 95 this week.  We also have My Music and two episodes of Harry Lime.

Direct download: 243.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:37pm PDT

For our final episode of twenty twelve we begin with Lime.  Yes extra lime.  We listen to The Secret Of Making Gold before we delve in to a fresh season of My Music.  We go back to December 28 1969 and yes the pannel are in good voice this week.  We then go back to Harry for his official episode two is Company from December 28 of 1951 and we conclude with The Hobbit Part 6 from 1968 A Warm Welcome.  Enjoy. 

Direct download: 242.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:38pm PDT

There's lots of holiday cheer in this festive episode.  After we get through the obligatory Harry Lime we will listen to Dad's Army's Christmas special from 1974.  Then Matt Cox and JOhn Lingard sit down for thier annual chat.  However it didn't quite go as expected.  The chat was salvaged however.  We'll continue with the Hobbit and conclude with allen Maitland's The Shepherd.  Merry Christmas and happy holidays.

Direct download: 241.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:59pm PDT

We continue with The Hobbit hey the film comes out this week here in the States.  But we also have our latest installment of Hancock in which Tony decides he needs a new car and we have a double shot of lime for you starting with "The Barbary Queen," and ending with "An Old Moorish Custom."  Enjoy.

Direct download: 240.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:22pm PDT

We screwd our title up last time and we admit it so no heckling from the peanut gallery.  Thanks.  Okay we do have Hancock this week he's taking boxing lessons due to a weight problem, we finish Poirot to the relief of some of you and the sadness of your host ... and others Harry Lime has one of the most action packed episodes this week in The Third wWoman and ... it's Gollum time precioussssss.  Enjoy 

Direct download: 239.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

Here we meet Gollum for the first time but not before we've had some commedy.  My thanks for your patience as we've had a bit of delay.  And be advised 239 will be up by Saturday.  We sgtart with Poirot and The Adventure Of The Cheap Flat.  We then move to Hancock's Half Hour and The Idol.  What happens when the lad's head gets to big?  Then we'll listen to Harry Lime and the episode Three Farthings for Your Thoughts.  Finally we conclude with The Hobbit Out of the Frying Pan and in to The Fire.  The adventure begins but trouble starts before Bilbo knows what has happpened.  Enjoy.  Email the show at brunch@london.com find us on facebook and twitter as well.

Direct download: 238.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:56pm PDT

This week brunch gives you a surprise like we haven't pulled in the show's five year history.  We'll start of course with Hercule Poirot and The Million Dollar Bond Robery and we'll begin the Hobbit and yes ... we'll continue Harry Lime but what could Matt have up his sleve?  If you like it send an email to producerdirectormaria@gmail.com and let her know she did the right thing.  Btw to email the show just email brunch@london.com follow us on facebook and twitter at twitter.com/bwtbrits  enjoy.

Direct download: 237.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

This week as the host of this show is American ... we'll begin with a Thanksgiving surprise.  AFter which we'll be listening to The Mystery of Hunter's Lodge by AGatha Christie concluding the BBC run of Harry Lime with In Pursuit of A Ghost and winding up with a full conclussion of The Cruel Sea narrated by Sir Donald Sindon.  Please enjoy and those of you here in the States happy Thanksgiving.

Direct download: 236.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:56pm PDT

I love feedback.  Possitive negative no exception it's important when feedback gets answered.  This go round Matt Cox spends thirty minutes answering a listener's valued feedback.  If you have coments please email the show at brunch@london.com or join us on facebook.  And thanks for the feedback.  Then Poirot is off to investigate a mysterious San Francisco diamond.  and its "dissappearance"  enjoy.

Direct download: 231.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:13pm PDT

Poirot is back in our Brunch at Bedtime segment with The Adventure of the Italian Nobleman.  This time a mysterious phone call lures Poirot over to Regents Court.  Then we're off to wonderful Hong Kong with Harry Lime.  Well actually we're halfway around the world as we listen to The Golden Fleece from 10/12/51's episode.  Enjoy.  Email the show at brunch@london.com follow us on facebook and twitter.  enjoy.

Direct download: 230.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:45pm PDT

You might think that Hercule Poirot is the only thing you'll hear on Brunch this week but oh ye of little faith we have so much more.  We'll start with Hercule yes but after that we'll listen to Lory Lee's Long Sleep, a documentary about the author of Cider With Rosie.  Then we'll conclude Dad's Army with Sons Of The Sea and end with Harry Lime and Operation Music Box.  Lots to enjoy.  This is the last week for Choc Walk donations for myself or PDM  go to http://www.chocwalk.net/mattcox or http://www.chocwalk.net/mariacastaneda for more or to donate.  http://www.chocwalk.net/mattcox  and to email the show go to brunch@london.com find us on facebook or on twitter as well.

Direct download: 228.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:46pm PDT

We continue The Looking Glass Wars by John Lacarre.  But we also have Dad's Army in which there is "No Spring For Frazier," Harry Lime investigates Works of Art and for Dave Bales we conclude another series of This Sceptred Isle.  Plus Eric Troup stops by with an email Andrew Kirby checks in and Matt Cox continues his diagtribe on Revolution.  Email the show at brunch@london.com  and as always enjoy.

Direct download: 227.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:17pm PDT

This is not Lewis Carroll but rather the next George Smiley thriller from George La Care.  But before that we continue with This Sceptred Isle.  King William will die and soon be replaced by Queen Anne.  In Dad's Army we learn about the menace from the deep and Harry Lime takes a Trans Atlantic cruise in Rogues Holiday.  Plus Matt Cox goes off on the TV show Revolution and why being visually impaired ... he was disappointed.  It's not British but JJ Abrahams may want to listen.

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Category:general -- posted at: 10:40pm PDT

This week we first learn about war in Europe on This Sceptred Isle.  Then in Dad's Army what happens when a great shock hits Captain Mannering?  Finally we conclude with Harry Lime in Saudi Arabia this week with Love Affair.  To support me in the walk for Childrens Hospital please go to http://www.chocwalk.net/mattcox  and email the show at brunch@london.com  enjoy.

Direct download: 225.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:21pm PDT

We begin with This Sceptred Isle and the Battle of the Boyne.  Then in Dad's ARmy we'll listen to The Bullet Must Not be Fired.  We'll conclude with Harry Lime and The Bohemian Star.  Just what is our favorite con artist doing in London?  Enjoy and as always email the show at brunch@london.com

Direct download: 224.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:10pm PDT

This week it's a real short episode with the Labor Day holiday in the United States.  However we do have Sceptred Isle as we learn about the Jacobites, in Dad's Army we find out what happens when the platoon have to learn to use a phone box in Sorry Wrong Number and Harry Lime is off to Haiti in Voodoo.  Enjoy and email us at brunch@london.com and join the group on facebook under Brunch With The Brits.  Have a great Labor Day if you're in the States.

Direct download: 223.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:52pm PDT

As we've been going through season 1 of Dad's Army, I thought it'd be fun to look at a radio play that examines the friendship between John La Mesurer and Arthur Lowe.  So we'll listen to Dear Arthur Love John as our featured play this week.  But we also have Harry Lime with my favorite episode in the series so far ,"Ticket to Tangier," Dad's army entertains with The Lonliness of the Long Distance Walker," and we'll learn in this Sceptred Isle about life in the Kingdom of William and Mary.  Plus John Lingard wraps up his amazing Olympics report.  Enjoy and as always email the show at brunch@london.com follow us on twitter at twitter.com/bwtbrits and you can follow the open group on facebook.  For Brunch with The Brits.  Enjoy.

Direct download: 222.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:03pm PDT

This week John Lingard returns home to the Lingard studios before continuing his holiday.  He presents a program he recorded while at his remote studios in Kent from where he vissited Olympic Park watched fencing his wife watched tennis and he stood six feet from Matt Lauer from Today.  But we also have a show to get too.  So we continue learning about William Of Orange and his return to war in This Sceptred Isle.  In Dad's Army we listen to The Showing Up of Lance Corporal Jones and we continue with The Lives of Harry Lime and the episode from August 17 1951.  Enjoy and send the show email at brunch@london.com follow us on facebook and twitter at bwtbrits.twitter.com and as always thanks for listening.

Direct download: 221.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:04pm PDT

Okay so some of what we've played has been kind of dark lately I know so why not join us for this classic English tale as only PL Travers could write it and Juliet Stevenson could starr in it.  But first we have Harry Lime from August 10 of 1951 with See Naples and Live we continue our look at English history with a look at William Of Orange and we also have Dad's Army with Something Nasty In The Vault from April 15 of 1974.  Also Matt gives a full description of the the first ever brunch meet at Friends of The Magic 2012 at Disneyoland.  Enjoy and remember to email the show at brunch@london.com join our ever groing face book group at facebook.com/brunchwiththebrits or follow us on twitter at twitter.com/bwtbrits.

Direct download: 220.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:49pm PDT

We begin the Harry Lime series with its first episode for BBC light.  From August 3 of 51 it's Too Many Crooks starring Orson Wells.  But we also have DAd's Army and the episode Under Fire and on This sceptred Isle we'll be studdying the 1688 revolution.  Enjoy and as always email us at brunch@london.com find us on twitter at bwtbrits.twitter.com and find us at facebook.com/brunch_with_the_brits.  enjoy.

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

Yes we revissit The Third Man Graham Green's thought provoking novel of postwar Vienna.  We also have This Sceptred Isle in which we meet Judge Jeffries and the home guard get their first taste of Battle School.  Btw don't forget the first ever bWTB meet at Disneyland.  Please vissit http://www.friendsofthemagic.com for details.  Contact

Direct download: 218.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:01pm PDT

This week we'll conclude what Graham Green said was "the best spy novel ever written."  Also in Dad's Army this week what happens when the platoon get hoodwinked by another platoon.  We'll also learn about the Monmouth Rebellion in This Sceptred Isle.  Enjoy. 

Direct download: 217.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:36pm PDT

This week we continue John La Care's famous novel dealing with the cold War.  We'll also look at A Stripe For Frazier in Dad's Army and look at This Sceptred Isle.  Enjoy.

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Category:general -- posted at: 9:10pm PDT

Yes this week we feature John Lacare's most famous novel.  An espionage thriller Graham Green once said was "the best spy novel I ever read."  Brian Cox as Lemus and Simon Russell Beal as Smiley.  But before we get there we do have some British history to learn this week it's on Pilgrim's Progress and Paradise Lost.  Also in Dad's Army we learn Sergant Wilson's Little Secret.  Enjoy and as always email the show at brunch@london.com come join us on facebook and twitter and join us in August at Disneyland at the Friends of the Magic gathering sponsored by www.windowtothemagic.com 

Direct download: 215.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:36pm PDT

This week Raymond Chandler's The Little Sister is our featured presentation.  We'll hear Ed Bishop as Philip Marlowe from 1977.  A good story because you actually see sympathy this time for both the detective and the police.  We also have Dad's Army in which the well armored might of Lance Corporal Jones is tested.  In This Sceptred Isle we meet the first Winston Churchill and we end the Josephine Baker story.  Please enjoy and if you have questions please email us at brunch@london.com follow us on twitter at twitter.com/bwtbrits or friend the group on facebook.  Thanks.

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

This week we'll start with Sceptred Isle, continue the Josephine Baker story and in Dad's Army listen to The Battle For Godfrey's Cottage.  Then we'll have an hour of Strong Poison concluding the serial.  Only Lord Peter knows if Harriet is innocent.  Enjoy and as always email us at brunch@london.com join the Brunch With The Brits group on facebook or follow us on twitter at twitter.com/bwtbrits. 

Direct download: 213.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

This week Matt shares some thoughts about the jubilee concert.  But remembering we have a full slate ... John Lingard continues his series with radio broadcasting in the seventies along with an episode of The Burkes Way.  In Dad's Army we will listen to The Enemy At The Gate.  We also will hear about the great fire in This Sceptred Isle.  We'll continue to learn about Josephine Baker and we'll continue Strong Poison.  A hint for next week if you like Peter Whimsay you get a double dose.  Email the show at brunch@london.com or join our group on facebook or follow us on twitter at twitter.com/bwtbrits  enjoy

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

This week we end the current series of My Music.  Then we'll learn about the first political parties in England on This Sceptred Isle.  We'll then listen to Command Decission from the first series of Dad's Army and we'll continue Strong Poison by listening to the third episode in the series.  We'll conclude with The Josephine Baker Story.  Email the show at brunch@london.com also send mp3s thee as well.  As always ... enjoy.

Direct download: 211.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

Being the first in a an occasional series of lectures on brunchable subjects but mostly concerning the host.  No programs this week as we uh overshot our megs but never fear we're learnin and we thank listeners and discuss what can be looked forward to on the show.  Plus we're going to Disneyland join us as part of the friends of the magic gathering this August.  For more info email brunch@london.com or vissit www.windowtothemagic.com  and ... enjoy.

Direct download: 210.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:45pm PDT

This week we'll begin with This Sceptred Isle.  Charles is back on the throne but what's the debt situation like?  We'll then go back to Dad's Army and listen to The Museum Piece from February 4 1974.  We'll begin The Josephine Baker Story yess we'll be spending fifteen minutes a week with her the next five weeks and continue with Strong Poison with the episode Ten Minutes in Bloomsbury.  Lord Peter has met Harriet Vain and is still convinced of her innocence.  Oh and if you remember Jeffrey Palmer from when we played as Time Goes By, listen to a review of A Murder Of Quality.  This time Simon Russell Beal plays Smiley.  Email the show at brunch@london.com or voice us at 206-350-2926 and tell us what you think.  Finally per a listener request did you have to adjust your volume at all this week?  Was the sound better aka more leveled?  Thanks Jim in Missouri for letting us know. and Happy Memorial Day if like me you're in the States.

Direct download: 209.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

The host celebrated his thirty ninth birthday this past Friday and in celebration he's playing The Lady In The Lake by Raymond Chandler with the great Ed Bishop as Philip Marlowe L.A. private eye.  We also have not one not two but three episodes of My Music.  And we're all caught up with that series.  Don't forget we begin our annual Lord Peter Whimsay marathon for the summer next week and you can email us at brunch@london.com or call us at 206-350-2926.  As always enjoy the show.

Direct download: 207.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:48pm PDT

This Week John Lingard returns with a look at British broadcasting in the sixties.  Ah yes the sixties.  Radio Caroline Radio London they're all back along with JDoctor Who and some shows you've probably never heard of outside of The UK.  After that or before that rather we'll listen to My Music and Matt talks about a contest.  Think you can design the bwtb logo?  Here's your chance at brunch@london.com for any feedback along with facebook and twitter.  Call the show at 206-350-2926 and as always ... enjoy.

Direct download: 206.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:25am PDT

This week we present a look at British broadcasting in the fifties.  Remember Journey In To Space?  This also includes a full episode of The Goon Show.  Thanks so much John Lingard.  Then we'll listen to My Music from April 7 of 1969 and I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again from April 17 1964.  We'll conclude with a Murder Of Quality Episode 4.  Enjoy.  Remember you can email the show at brunch@london.com or call us at 206-350-2926

Direct download: 204.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:13pm PDT

This week we continue A Murder Of Quality plus more from I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again and My Music.  Remember to email the show at brunch@london.com or call us at 206-350-2926

Direct download: 203.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:44pm PDT