Thursday, 23 April 2009

Tum te tum te tum te tum

Like all civilised human beings, I listen to the Archers, and so I was naturally gratified to stumble on the Archers website and, in particular, its timeline, which sets out highlights from each year of the long running series.

Now, some people criticise the Archers for being boring, saying nothing much happens. Nonsense, of course. But I must admit that 1964 does seem to have been a bit of a...slow year. These are the highlights, the most exciting things, according to the BBC timeline, that happened in the Archers in 1964:

New dining room built on The Bull. Charles Grenville left for America. PC Albert Bates replaced PC Bryden as the village bobby.

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