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This week we begin the next series of I'm Sorry I'll Reaad That AGain Hey you get to hear John Otto Klese sing a Farrit song and see the beginnings of Python we then move on to the Reformation where we learn Luther loved music.  From there we begin a new documentary The Norman Way then it's back to Tratvia where we meet an industrious oil merchant with an English rig off the Tratvian coast.  We then end with Earthsearch and that hapless Challenger crew fighting a black hole.


This week we conclude the Mausoleum Club continnue Eaarsearch and enjoy some paramouric adventures between the british first secretary in Tratvia and the Russian first secretry in Tratvia.


This week we again start with the Mausoleum Club.  Will Mr. Green at last be admitted?  We then turn to our music documentary and hear about music in Burgundy.  Then it's off to Tratvia where we find that Sir Jeremy's embassy rolls has a reaal traffic problem.  We end with Earseaarch 2 Elka and Brand are grown but how do they treaat their parents?  Enjoy


This week on Brunch we deal with children.  Bratty spoiled children.  Throw in an Ambassador whom we'll wonder if his birthday gets recognized and some troubadorial music and you've got a good show.  Sorry for the lateness.


This week we're off in to the dank world of London oh around the 1890s or there abouts as we hear the story of A Study in Starlets.  We then move in to our history of music and leaarn about the music of the notre Dame Cathedral in the middle Ages.  Then in Tratvia we learn about how economic hardship is hitting the British Embassy and we conclude with the second episode off Earthsearch 2 enjoy.


This week Matt describes a tea crisis and why he's switching almost full time to tea.  But we also have tons of shows starting with Mausoleum Club and Sunny Skegness yes John this is for you Sir also it's wine pressing time in Tratvia and we begin our music documentary with music's origins.  Enjoy.

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This week we start with a vissit to the Mausoleum Club where we hear the story of The Inaudible Man.  We then go back to Tratvia and revissit the hard working crew of the British Embassy there as Sir Jeremy is about to be crowned a gnit.  After that it's a preview to a documentary starting next week followed by The mMurder Of Roger Akroyd.  Please enjoy. 


I have to admit the John Lingard interview was recorded in December and was meant to be aired in December.  YOu should know why it wasn't if you've been listenening if you haven't well go back to432 because there you'll also find part 1 of Cider With Rosie please enjoy for questions email myself at brunchwiththebrits@gmail.com or John himself at johnlingard@email.com also a huge heart felt apology to my ausie listteners.  You deserve the Ashes.  be

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I don't mind saying as I open this week I miss you in fact if you want a full story of what's going on listen to the first twenty minutes if not hey the shows start twenty minutes in.  We get to learn a bit about jimi Hendrix and Lory Lee this week so enjoy

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This episode is due in large part to German professor Margaret Dorsch of bethany College and her persistance that her German 1 class attend her Thursdaay night foreign film club during the autumn of 1991.  I have no ideaa where the Frau is these days but I hope she finds this and is doing well.  For if it weren't for her and John Paulsen's exhustive work on subtitles I would never have found Colnel Redl so interesting as to one day present a drama on the same subject this one thankfully in English.  Work projects are slowing down so more brunch to come.

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Category:otr,bbc -- posted at: 10:32pm PDT