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January 04, 2012


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The TOTC podcast made me die a little on the inside...and not in a good way either. I wrote an epic rant a few comments ago on it but it must have gotten flushed down the intertubes somewhere. I'm a bit afraid to listen to this one.

Oh dear. I haven't finished the ATOTC one yet -- now I'm nervous!

Sorry about your comment. I didn't see it in the system and can't imagine what happened to it. If you want, you can try it again.

I'll wait until you finish listening to it to rant about it! :D

I seemed not to have been successful on downloading first part of dickens mumbai chuzzlewits. how long before it will come around again or might this be never ?

I'm not sure, Diana -- right now it looks like only Ep. 3 is still available online. If I find Ep. 1 anywhere, I'll let you know.

Have just discovered the world of Drama available on BBC podcasts. Would love to listen to "The Mumbai Chuzzlewitts". Can I still access it?

Not that I know of, sorry. I think it was available for only a limited time.

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