Ep 229: George Chatterton – The Wings of Pegasus

Ep 229: George Chatterton – The Wings of Pegasus

Merry Christmas from We Have Ways of Making You Talk. Over the next 12 days Al and James are reading extracts from some of their favourite books about the Second World War. Today Al is reading an extract from The Wings of Pegasus, by George Chatterton. 

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