Ep 299: Family Stories – ep 13

Ep 299: Family Stories – ep 13

Al Murray and James Holland read family stories sent in by listeners to We Have Ways of Making You Talk.

These wartime experiences took place in the seas off Norway, in the skies over Bremen and on the airfields of both northern and southern Africa.

With thanks to Richard Garnett, Colin Tait, Sam Crowley, Stuart Burbridge, Dominic Butler and Michael Milner-Watt for sharing their stories.

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