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Shakespeare once said, “If music be the food of love play on,” and if you love music, you’ll love what we have this week.  First some good news.  I’m not going to talk very much.  It’s because we’ll be listening to “Amadeus,” by Peter Shafer but before we do we’ll be looking at Mozart through some of his best music along with James Nochte from July 2, 2007.  “Amadeus,” is from 2006 and stars Paul Schofield as Salieri and Simon Callow as Mozart.  Please enjoy.  A slight word of warning.  The play does contain some language and scenes that should not be listened to by all.  My friend Scott over in Disney Indiana when he promotes the show says it like this “Keep the little ears covered,” however, this is something they too will appreciate in twenty years.  Enjoy.

 

               Brunch With The Brits can be accessed in the following ways all of which are highly encouraged and are there for your use.  We’re available at the following web sites.  http://www.r         adiooutofthepast.org  http://www.brunchwiththebrits.net  the second site is where the libsyn feed comes in.  You can listen to us in iTunes under Brunch with The Brits or through your favorite pod catcher.  We have a dynamic group on Facebook and we recommend you join for some lively discussions.  Just go to your Facebook ap or client and search “Brunch With The Brits.”  For an alternative listening experience please check out the VIP Lounge t http://www.viplounge.co.uk where we are on every Saturday morning.  To email us please send a note to brunchwiththebrits@gmail.com or to contact the show’s producer please send a note to Maria Cox at producerdirecgtormaria@gmail.com thanks so much for listening.

Matt Cox Host

Maria Cox Producer                                                     

 


               As we begin our 454th get together, we begin going through the request vault.  While it is dusty and sadly not used enough, we thought it high time to honor our friend Julie Anne with a long over do request.  So Julie Anne after we study the work of Heyden in the twentieth episode of The Making Of Music, a nice relaxing start to the show, it’s back to Portsmouth fortwo episodes of Navy Lark.  We’re in series 9 and its episodes 6 and 7.  After a full hour of adventure and mayhem in Portsmouth Harbor, it’s time to revisit our old friend The Saint and listen to the 1995 adaptation of The Saint Plays with Fire.  Alas it’s mono, but hey it’s great.  Please enjoy.

 

               Brunch with The Brits can be accessed in the following ways all of which are highly encouraged and are there for your use.  We’re available at the following web sites.  http://www.r     adiooutofthepast.org  http://www.brunchwiththebrits.net  the second site is where the libsyn feed comes in.  You can listen to us in iTunes under Brunch with The Brits or through your favorite pod catcher.  We have a dynamic group on Facebook and we recommend you join for some lively discussions.  Just go to your Facebook ap or client and search “Brunch with The Brits.”  For an alternative listening experience please check out the VIP Lounge at http://www.viplounge.co.uk where we are on every Saturday morning.  To email us please send a note to brunchwiththebrits@gmail.com or to contact the show’s producer please send a note to Maria Cox at producerdirecgtormaria@gmail.com thanks so much for listening.

Matt Cox Host

Maria Cox Producer                                                     

 

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This week we begin a tribute to one of this host's favorite heroes of all time.  Many of you will remember Roger Moore in the iconic role.  Over the next few weeks we'll hear simon on the BBC we'll discuss in great detail as bestt we can Simon in literature with fellow Saint faan Eric Troup.  We'll also look at the Saint in American radio with John and Larry Gassman but we staart with The Saint Overboard with Paul Reese in the iconic role.  We also wind up I'm sorry I'll reaad that Again with a tribute to Jack and The Beanstalk learn about music in society and are completely abandoned with HMS Troutbridge.  Please enjoy these next few weeks and if you've read Saint literature and know someone who has let me know so I can discuss it with you too.  

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This week we've returned after a long absence most of which is explained.  We conclude the Nine Tailors plus give you some Navy Lark and leaarn about the french composer Ramo in The History Of Music.  Pleaase enjoy as we promise to try to be more timely?

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For Starters it's great hearing Ian Wright on Fox but in case you've been under a riock the World Cup is going on and that's why I've been absent.  We do have a full program though so please enjoy.

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They signed documents ... I produced a podcast and I'm not gonna lie it's really butifull you're going to love it.  We've got Peter Whimsay ... Eric Troup loves that guy prunes?  I try and get my North Koreaan friend to enjoy prunes but we've got a long way to go.  Also there's Navy Lark and we learn about St Matthew's passion and no it's not Manchester United.  Enjoy.

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You know we're about to hit 450 but let's enjoy 449 first.  We'll start with the prunes in which we'll finally get to the dungeons of the cruel Caliph then it's a bit about Bach in Leipzig with a little fun thrown in at Bach's expense and at the expense of a few birds who probably should be on a lady's hat but due to their on going gig tthat's lasted oh 55 years well ... back to brunch.  We help a ddistressed seaaman fishing in Daanish waters just wait until you find out who the seaman is and if that weren't enough Lord Whimsay is off to France.  Have a great week.  Email the show at brunchwiththebrits@gmail.net and join the lively group on facebook.

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Category:otr -- posted at: 8:50pm PST

Yes Troutbridge is back plus we'llalso have more from the nine tailors and hear Matt's chat about the FA cup and how and why he missed the one and only goal.  Enjoy. 

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This week we celebrate our host's 45th with a plethra of stuff.  We'll conclude the Embassy Lark, continue with more of the Flying Wombat learn about the music of the Puritans and hear all about Earthsearch's creation.  Oh and Peter is called out.  Enjoy.

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Category:otr -- posted at: 11:15pm PST

This week Lord Peter returns along with a flooded british embassy, and we learn about PG Woodhouse's never discussed Broadway careerLord

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Category:otr -- posted at: 3:29pm PST