Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Trial


This week, it's the trial !
The Middle England  collective are all putting down their supper dishes and are pouring glasses of a nice red in readiness  for the vapid Helen Titchner to give her evidence in her trial for stabbing the moustache twirling Rob .
The Rob/ Helen storyline of the radio 4 show The Archers is now drawing to a close......I've just listened to the " rape revelation" while waiting to do an extra shift at work!
The coffee room was silent listening to the drama of it all!

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  1. Hanging is too good for her.

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  2. Er John, I hate to spoil it for you but it's not real, just a story............sorry.

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    1. Shush Sue, you will have the poor man doubting the veracity of The Walking Dead documentaries.

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  3. I wish I could hear it !

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    1. You can, I live in TX and listen every day. Go to the BBC Archers website and click catch up.
      All the recent episodes are available to listen to via your computer.
      Enjoy!!
      Pam in TX.

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    2. Thank you so much, Pam !

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    3. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07sy5yg

      You know where I will be tomorrow :)

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  4. We're waiting for the Sunday Omnibus. Tea, toast & trial!

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  5. Lord. I have no TV, no newspaper and no idea what is going on in the world.
    I want to thank you - and Petra! - for your Audit Time post. I've gone off and checked out some new blogs and have people stop by at mine. In spite of what some people may think, I like blogging not because I am "sad" but because it's like the new version of the pen pals I had in grammer school. We get to see each other's lives and I think we're all better for it. So, thanks again!

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    1. That is exactly my opinion. I don't do facebook but I love reading other peoples blogs..

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  6. I wish they'd all stop talking through the trial - the court usher isn't doing a very good job!

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  7. We get BBC TV programs about six months after you do, the BBC world service is available on some radio stations, but I don't think anyone carries the Archers -

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    1. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07sy5yg

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  8. I understood the words 'Coffee Room', but that's about all.

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  9. I have never listened to the Archers but I am meeting a friend on Sunday for lunch and he has never missed an episode (even records it all when he goes away on holiday) - wonder what he thinks to it all.
    I suppose it is good in that it has highlighted domestic violence.

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