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This week we continue with BBC plays about America or written by Americans with a nod to my favorite play of all time.  Thornton Wilder's Our Town from 1946.  After the seriousness of our last documentary we presennt a mocumentary with our friend former England cricket player Dave Podmore and we begin Series 6 of I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again and one of Troutbridge's own drops in to the tratvian Embassy.  Plus lots of laughter from Matt and pdm.  So please enjoy this episode of Brunch With The brits dedicated with love to the staff of Test Match special.

Direct download: 475.mp3
Category:BBC,otr,plays,drama,Ourtown -- posted at: 12:51am PDT

This week's play is jusgt fun.  It's called The Big Broadcast and it takes place agt a Chicago radio station in 1932.  We also conclude the summer of 1940 with a look at the Home Guard nd in the British Embassy in Tratvia the king is presented a gift, that keeps breaking.  Our current prune series ends with an ode to desert.  Enjoy.

Direct download: 474.mp3
Category:BBC -- posted at: 11:35pm PDT

Happy Independence Day to those who celebrate and happy Canada Day to those who celebrated.  For the rest of you hey the premier league is back in action tomorrow.  In any case we have a new show and it doesn't fail to dissapoint in which we start with Embassy Lark and learn about how the king knows what's going on in the British embassy in Tratvia, we move on to the Summer of 1940 and get a better look at the blitz, in I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again it's a parody of Ulyses and to conclude our first look at American literature for the month of July the play Bartleby the Scrivener by Herman Mellvville adapted by Chery Cookson and starring Ian Holm.  Enjoy.

Direct download: 473.mp3
Category:BBC -- posted at: 8:58pm PDT

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