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This week in place of a documentary Matt talks in detail about his trip to Dissneyland's grand reopening after 412 days closed due to the pandemic. We at bwtb would like to publicly thank Jason Lee and Paul and Calvin Barrie from Window To The Magic for making the day so special. As far as a show well we have two greaat episodes of Navy Lark and we…
 
This week after our hour of naval commedy we meet HRH in a wonderful interview. We'll be looking at HRH a lot these next few weeks culminating with a full disscussion of his life on May 22 with John Lingard. We also have Chief Inspector West and conclude The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe. I had promised a historical documentary but found HRH more…
 
This week we have two Navy Lark episodes to start us off. One in which Pertwy is considered for promotion. Then it's off for a short history of grunge. Get those old Nirvanah compact discs out. Then we continue Inspector West At Bay with the second part of that dramatic series and we begin The Lion The Witch And The wardrobe. Enjoy. Special thanks …
 
This week one of the shows is a surprise Easter egg or in this case a birthday gift. If you want to know in advance check tags but I hhope you'll listen along and be pleaasantly surprised. We'll start with a Christmas show keeping chronologically with I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again from December 25 1969 then it's off to Portsmouth to see how Troutb…
 
So this week we conclude The Biig Business Lark and we learn about Worlds Beyond from Heather Cooper as it's Easter weekend I've decided to begin The Chronicles Of Narnia and we're going with the Brian Sibbly edition with Morris Denham yes Rumpole himself as the storyteller. We actually start with episode 1 of The Magician's Nephew. Enjoy and a ble…
 
This week our featured play is The Falklands Play from 1986. It's remarkable that it was censored by BBC at that time. It has an all star cast of people we've seen many times before including Clive Marison and the lady who play Margaret Thatcher is amazing. We also have two episodes of The Big Business Lark and we learn about the origins of planets…
 
This week to catch up you have three Big Business Larks to sink your teeth in to. Once you've had enough of Sir Charles we'll look at Werner Von Braun with Heather Cooper and begin Barcester Towers. Oh and some tine in the show Matt goes off on the royal family asks why they could be so cruel to Megan and tries to guess who the racist royals are. b…
 
This was technically last week's brunch. But with me at the Jack Benny virtual convention plus the craziness of the events in Texas this week, I never got a chance to upload. So please enjoy The Prisoner of Zenda plus more from Heather Cooper and Matt talks frankly about talk sport's contributions to cricket on the radio. We must remember Matt's li…
 
The reference in the title is the new Name That Tune US reboot on NBC. The host goes over its dreadfulness at the fifty sevventh minute of the show. This is for those of you who may be discovering the pod for the first time. We also listen to the tenth and eleventh episodes of The Electric Time trousers, learn about Einstein's Big Blunder enjoy the…
 
It's not the shows reaally but the milestone we celebrate this week. Ok so we'll continue with the time trousers two episodes of that. Then we'll learn about deep space on our cosmic quest. It's still 1901 in the life of Sherlock Holmes and we hear the blanched Soldier. We also have episode 2 of Mort. Please enjoy. I can't thank you enough for stic…
 
We made it. A New Year. Lots of brunch to look forward to including a double dose of prunes, Heather teaaches us about the origins of the Milky Way remember like the universe itt goes on expanding and expanding in all different directions it can whiz ... know the song? Email brunchwiththebrits@gmail.com also Sherlock Holmes returns and we start Mor…
 
This week a pau perrie of stuff as we present true paper. For to get to a gift, you have to unwrap it. After our Navy Lark episode in which Leslie is held over a weather ship in a bosun's chair, we'll learn about the planet George, continue our adventure with The Electric Time Trousers in which we meet Sir francis Drake nd then we get in to our Chr…
 
Technically, this was last week's brunch. However health deemed it to be otherwise and if you're looking for an explanation it's in the first sixteen minutes of the show. You also get the usual offerings, plus our time with John Lingard. It's a lengthy interview, just under two hours. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed putting it together.…
 
This week we return to I'm Sorry I'll JRead That Again. If you don't like the prunes I'm sorry but we'll be caught up eventually. We start with Navy Lark and see what happens when Mr. Philiips shows up to an admiralty inspection with the wrong uniform. In Cosmic Quest Heaather Cooper introduces us to Isaac newton I'm sure we'll talk about those app…
 
This week we cover a lot. We start with two Navy Lark episodes and they won't dissapoint. The first asks what sub lt Philips is doing selling sweets from a Portsmouth tabaconist aboard Troutbridge and stealing the chief's customers. The second deals with what happens when a supposed land mine is found in Portsmouth Harbour. Then we get to the meat …
 
This week, two coach stories crossed our desk, which we had to share. The first is from John Lingard, the second from John H Smith of Derbyshire. Both are quite good and are well deserving of air time. We begin our regular offerings, with I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again and a tribute from the roaring twenties from 1968 then we learn about stories fr…
 
Bad tour coach stories have not come in yet but you'll hear my best and worst to get this string of tales off the ground. We also have regular brunch including Embassy Lark, in which the staff take a day off due to Tratvian flu, we conclude the Lost Kingdoms Of Africa series with a trip to West Africa, the prunes teach us of bow legs and Rumpole sh…
 
Ok you want involvement? You got it. At the hour and fifty eight minute mark of the podcast this week I ask you to tell me your worst coach stories. This is because this week on I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again during Operation Chocolate we listen to John Klese's tour guide impression which he made famous on Flying Circus. So bring forth your worst a…
 
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 on…
 
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, …
 
This week our play deals with bird watching, literally, the prunes make fun of Jeeves we learn about the British fighter pilot yes you'll hear spitfires in action and when a certain British embassy abroad loses a flagpole you'll hear how they deaal with it. Also the host talks football, whether he likes fake crowd noise etc. Enjoy and pleaase conta…
 
This week's play deals also with mental illness, in a lighter sort of way as we look at the quirky antics of Dame Margaret Rutherford, in the mid 1950s. We also commit ourselves to a four week documentary looking at the summer of 1940 as only the BBC can tell the story. Also the prunes look at othello and this week Her Majesty's ambassador to Tratv…
 
I don't pretend to be a mental health expert, but this week's play does deal with mental illness. We'll be looking at Hearing Voices, which describes in greaat detail a policeman's horrifying abuse by schitzofrenia. I know I also speaak for John, when I say we may be hosts but we are also hear to listen. Please enjoy. We will also hear the story of…
 
This week we begin the third series of The Embassy Lark from March 5 of 1968 with the episode The King's New Hostess. We then have I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again with The Wild and Wooly Peter West from June 18 of 1967 then we have quite a play. It's a first in a new series of host's picks entitled Single But Living Together from June 2 of 2011. Enj…
 
This week, we finish jFatherland, Navy Lark, for the time being and we return to a galaxy far far away. You also hear that some of the host's favorite resturants are opening again, get a first hand report from Western Australia on life down under during lock down and we mourn Heather Jean Chasen with John Lingard, and a Crossroads snipet. Happy bru…
 
If you remember the glory days of Brunch With The Brits, glory daays which one daay may return due to this quaranteen, you may remember back in the days of mevio when space was unlimited and we sometimes did shows that were up to three hours. Some of you miss that and have told us that in no uncertain terms. Well, it's for you, you that have opined…
 
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