The "Good Life": Wind-Break War v. 5

The "Good Life": Wind-Break War v. 5

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A Tug of the Forelock (24 September 1976): In dire need of transport, Tom decides to build his own car - but it will cost a lot of money. To pay for it, he and Barbara go into domestic service: as gardener and housekeeper to Margo and Jerry...I Talk to the Trees (1 October 1976): After a conversation with a fellow allotment-holder, the Goods decide to experiment with talking and playing music to their plants - but this soon causes problems with Margo. The Wind-Break War (8 October 1976): When Margo puts up a wind-break that puts their new fruit patch in the shade, the Goods are furious. After a series of misunderstandings, can their friendship survive? Whose Fleas are These? (15 October 1976) The Goods find they are hosting some unwelcome lodgers, and assume their animals are responsible, but find this is not the case - so where did the fleas come from? 2 CDs. 2 hrs.show more

Product details

  • CD-Audio | 1 pages
  • 125 x 140 x 11mm | 96g
  • BBC Audio, A Division Of Random House
  • BBC Physical Audio
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • TV
  • 1405688874
  • 9781405688871
  • 751,742

About Bob Larbey

Bob Larbey (Author) Bob Larbey was a renowned sitcom and screenplay writer. For over 30 years, he was the writing partner of John Esmonde and together the duo wrote several hit comedies including The Good Life and Ever Decreasing Circles. Larbey's solo work included A Fine Romance and As Time Goes By. He died in 2014.John Esmonde (Author) John Esmonde was best known as the writing partner of Bob Larbey. The pair were childhood friends who went to the same grammar school, and both shared an interest in radio humour. Together, they created several hit sitcoms including Please Sir!, The Good Life and Ever Decreasing Circles. John Esmonde died in 2008.show more