iPod Audiobook - 1966 And All That - by Craig Brown - 128KM4B - BBC Radio - cheops
Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain.
1966 and All That is a radio adaptation of the book of the same name in four episodes, broadcast between 8 September and 29 September 2006.
In 2007, it won a Gold Sony Radio Academy Award.
One M4B audiobook file (with incorporated cover image) containing four chapters of thirty minutes each.
Episode 1: 1920s And 1930s
King George utters some unmemorable last words; DH Lawrence of Arabia writes Lady Chatterbox's Llama; and John Yogi Bear discovers the BBC, but finds there's not much on.
Episode 2: 1940s
The French Resistance triumph under General de Girl, Hitler gets stuck in a bunker and John Humphrys interviews Churchill.
Episode 3: 1950s
Albert Einstein discovers The Beatles, while for the first time, the nation discovers sex. We take a look at the era of Flour Power; the World Cup is won by a team of men all called Bobby; and the Royal Family attempts to stay with-it by barbecuing.
Episode 4: 1960s
Neil Knock-Knock, an after-dinner joke, becomes leader of the Labour Party; Jeffrey Archer reveals he's won the Nobel Prize; Lloads of London goes pear-shaped; and John Minor stands against himself, and loses.
First broadcast in 2006 on BBC Radio 4.
Type : MPEG-4 AAC m4b [DRM FREE]
Bitrate : 128
Mode : stereo
Frequency : 48000 Hz
Encoder : AAC [Audiobook Builder 1.08]
Contains: Album Art, ID Tag [iTunes]
Length: 1 hour 52 minutes
Size: 104.86 MB
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