Inheritance

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

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20071002James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

1/5. My Wooden Headed Brother

Ventriloquist Peter Brough's dummy Archie Andrews was a radio and TV star of the 1950s and 60s. When his owner died, he was inherited by his daughter and sold for 38,000 pounds. Archie has not spoken a word for 40 years, but he has a new owner who is helping him to break his silence.

"James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

Ventriloquist Peter Brough's dummy Archie Andrews was a radio and TV star of the 1950s and 60s. When his owner died, he was inherited by his daughter and sold for 38,000 pounds. Archie has not spoken a word for 40 years, but he has a new owner who is helping him to break his silence."

20071009James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

2/5. Byron's Gondolier

When Claudia inherited a ring she had no knowledge of its origins. She discovered that it belonged to a distant ancestor who was a formerly a gondolier and later Lord Byron's manservant. Her curiosity took her on a journey to Venice and back to the home of Benjamin Disraeli.

20071016James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

3/5. Matthew's Tank

When Matthew Kiln, a 48-year-old doctor in Bromley, inherited some money from his father, he decided to buy a Second World War British army tank and spend thousands of pounds restoring it. Finally he took his tank to Normandy, where it still remains in a square named after his father.

"James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

When Matthew Kiln, a 48-year-old doctor in Bromley, inherited some money from his father, he decided to buy a Second World War British army tank and spend thousands of pounds restoring it. Finally he took his tank to Normandy, where it still remains in a square named after his father."

20071030James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

5/5. A Case of Pickled Penguins

Judy Skelton could only remember her grandfather as a kindly, white-haired old man. When she inherited his book, written and given to him by the famous explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott, she had no idea it would lead to her going to the Antarctic to visit descendents of the penguins he brought home in a jar one hundred years ago.

"James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

Judy Skelton could only remember her grandfather as a kindly, white-haired old man. When she inherited his book, written and given to him by the famous explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott, she had no idea it would lead to her going to the Antarctic to visit descendents of the penguins he brought home in a jar one hundred years ago."

20080407James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

1/5. My Wooden Headed Brother

Ventriloquist Peter Brough's dummy Archie Andrews was a radio and TV star of the 1950s and 60s. When his owner died, he was inherited by his daughter and sold for 38,000 pounds. Archie has not spoken a word for 40 years, but he has a new owner who is helping him to break his silence.

Followed by News.

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

1/5. My Wooden Headed Brother

Ventriloquist Peter Brough's dummy Archie Andrews was a radio and TV star of the 1950s and 60s. When his owner died, he was inherited by his daughter and sold for 38,000 pounds. Archie has not spoken a word for 40 years, but he has a new owner who is helping him to break his silence.

"James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

1/5. My Wooden Headed Brother

Ventriloquist Peter Brough's dummy Archie Andrews was a radio and TV star of the 1950s and 60s. When his owner died, he was inherited by his daughter and sold for 38,000 pounds. Archie has not spoken a word for 40 years, but he has a new owner who is helping him to break his silence."

20080408James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

2/5. Byron's Gondolier

When Claudia inherited a ring she had no knowledge of its origins. She discovered that it belonged to a distant ancestor who was a formerly a gondolier and later Lord Byron's manservant. Her curiosity took her on a journey to Venice and back to the home of Benjamin Disraeli.

Followed by News.

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

2/5. Byron's Gondolier

When Claudia inherited a ring she had no knowledge of its origins. She discovered that it belonged to a distant ancestor who was a formerly a gondolier and later Lord Byron's manservant. Her curiosity took her on a journey to Venice and back to the home of Benjamin Disraeli.

20080409James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

3/5. Matthew's Tank

When Matthew Kiln, a 48-year-old doctor in Bromley, inherited some money from his father, he decided to buy a Second World War British army tank and spend thousands of pounds restoring it. Finally he took his tank to Normandy, where it still remains in a square named after his father.

Followed by News.

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

3/5. Matthew's Tank

When Matthew Kiln, a 48-year-old doctor in Bromley, inherited some money from his father, he decided to buy a Second World War British army tank and spend thousands of pounds restoring it. Finally he took his tank to Normandy, where it still remains in a square named after his father.

"James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

3/5. Matthew's Tank

When Matthew Kiln, a 48-year-old doctor in Bromley, inherited some money from his father, he decided to buy a Second World War British army tank and spend thousands of pounds restoring it. Finally he took his tank to Normandy, where it still remains in a square named after his father."

20080410James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

4/5. Nana Quajo the First

TV producer Humphrey Barclay was deeply shocked by the death of Christopher Asante, his close friend and business partner. But the shock was compounded when he discovered that he had inherited a remote village in Ghana and become their first white chief.

Followed by News.

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

4/5. Nana Quajo the First

TV producer Humphrey Barclay was deeply shocked by the death of Christopher Asante, his close friend and business partner. But the shock was compounded when he discovered that he had inherited a remote village in Ghana and become their first white chief.

"James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

4/5. Nana Quajo the First

TV producer Humphrey Barclay was deeply shocked by the death of Christopher Asante, his close friend and business partner. But the shock was compounded when he discovered that he had inherited a remote village in Ghana and become their first white chief."

20080411James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

5/5. A Case of Pickled Penguins

Judy Skelton could only remember her grandfather as a kindly, white-haired old man. When she inherited his book, written and given to him by the famous explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott, she had no idea it would lead to her going to the Antarctic to visit descendents of the penguins he brought home in a jar one hundred years ago.

Followed by News.

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

5/5. A Case of Pickled Penguins

Judy Skelton could only remember her grandfather as a kindly, white-haired old man. When she inherited his book, written and given to him by the famous explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott, she had no idea it would lead to her going to the Antarctic to visit descendents of the penguins he brought home in a jar one hundred years ago.

"James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

5/5. A Case of Pickled Penguins

Judy Skelton could only remember her grandfather as a kindly, white-haired old man. When she inherited his book, written and given to him by the famous explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott, she had no idea it would lead to her going to the Antarctic to visit descendents of the penguins he brought home in a jar one hundred years ago."

0101 My Wooden Headed Brother2007100220080407Ventriloquist Peter Brough's dummy Archie Andrews was a radio and TV star of the 1950s and 60s.

When his owner died, he was inherited by his daughter and sold for 38,000 pounds.

Archie has not spoken a word for 40 years, but he has a new owner who is helping him to break his silence.

"Ventriloquist Peter Brough's dummy Archie Andrews was a radio and TV star of the 1950s and 60s.

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

1/5. My Wooden Headed Brother

Ventriloquist Peter Brough's dummy Archie Andrews was a radio and TV star of the 1950s and 60s. When his owner died, he was inherited by his daughter and sold for 38,000 pounds. Archie has not spoken a word for 40 years, but he has a new owner who is helping him to break his silence."

0102Byron's Gondolier2007100920080408When Claudia inherited a ring she had no knowledge of its origins.

She discovered that it belonged to a distant ancestor who was a formerly a gondolier and later Lord Byron's manservant.

Her curiosity took her on a journey to Venice and back to the home of Benjamin Disraeli.

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

2/5. Byron's Gondolier

When Claudia inherited a ring she had no knowledge of its origins. She discovered that it belonged to a distant ancestor who was a formerly a gondolier and later Lord Byron's manservant. Her curiosity took her on a journey to Venice and back to the home of Benjamin Disraeli.

0103Matthew's Tank2007101620080409When Matthew Kiln, a 48-year-old doctor in Bromley, inherited some money from his father, he decided to buy a Second World War British army tank and spend thousands of pounds restoring it.

Finally he took his tank to Normandy, where it still remains in a square named after his father.

"When Matthew Kiln, a 48-year-old doctor in Bromley, inherited some money from his father, he decided to buy a Second World War British army tank and spend thousands of pounds restoring it.

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

3/5. Matthew's Tank

When Matthew Kiln, a 48-year-old doctor in Bromley, inherited some money from his father, he decided to buy a Second World War British army tank and spend thousands of pounds restoring it. Finally he took his tank to Normandy, where it still remains in a square named after his father."

0104Nana Quajo The First2007102320080410TV producer Humphrey Barclay was deeply shocked by the death of Christopher Asante, his close friend and business partner.

But the shock was compounded when he discovered that he had inherited a remote village in Ghana and become their first white chief.

TV producer Humphrey Barclay was deeply shocked by the death of Christopher Asante, his close friend and business partner.

"TV producer Humphrey Barclay was deeply shocked by the death of Christopher Asante, his close friend and business partner.

But the shock was compounded when he discovered that he had inherited a remote village in Ghana and become their first white chief."

0105 LASTA Case Of Pickled Penguins2007103020080411Judy Skelton could only remember her grandfather as a kindly, white-haired old man.

When she inherited his book, written and given to him by the famous explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott, she had no idea it would lead to her going to the Antarctic to visit descendents of the penguins he brought home in a jar one hundred years ago.

"Judy Skelton could only remember her grandfather as a kindly, white-haired old man.

James Maw presents a series on life-changing inheritances.

5/5. A Case of Pickled Penguins

Judy Skelton could only remember her grandfather as a kindly, white-haired old man. When she inherited his book, written and given to him by the famous explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott, she had no idea it would lead to her going to the Antarctic to visit descendents of the penguins he brought home in a jar one hundred years ago."

When she inherited his book, written and given to him by the famous explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott, she had no idea it would lead to her going to the Antarctic to visit descendents of the penguins he brought home in a jar one hundred years ago."

08052015111020160401 (R4)From the sounds of the womb to fading memories - Josie Long hears stories of what we inherit from past generations.

Series Producer: Eleanor McDowall

A Falling Tree production for BBC Radio 4

The items feature in the programme are:

George Bernard Shaw

A Conversation

Feat. Walter Murch

Produced by Niccolò Castelli

https://vimeo.com/136595444

The Waves

Feat. Sian Phillips

Interview recorded for the Empathy Museum

http://www.empathymuseum.com/

Every Heart has a Limited Number of Heartbeats

Produced by Martin Johnson and Ann Heppermann

Originally featured in the Serendipity Podcast

http://thesarahawards.com/subscribe/.

From the sounds of the womb to fading memories - Josie Long hears stories of what we inherit from past generations.

Series Producer: Eleanor McDowall

A Falling Tree production for BBC Radio 4

The items feature in the programme are:

George Bernard Shaw

A Conversation

Feat. Walter Murch

Produced by Niccolò Castelli

https://vimeo.com/136595444

The Waves

Feat. Sian Phillips

Interview recorded for the Empathy Museum

http://www.empathymuseum.com/

Every Heart has a Limited Number of Heartbeats

Produced by Martin Johnson and Ann Heppermann

Originally featured in the Serendipity Podcast

http://thesarahawards.com/subscribe/.

From the sounds of the womb to fading memories - Josie Long hears stories of what we inherit from past generations.

Series Producer: Eleanor McDowall

A Falling Tree production for BBC Radio 4

The items feature in the programme are:

George Bernard Shaw

A Conversation

Feat. Walter Murch

Produced by Niccolò Castelli

https://vimeo.com/136595444

The Waves

Feat. Sian Phillips

Interview recorded for the Empathy Museum

http://www.empathymuseum.com/

Every Heart has a Limited Number of Heartbeats

Produced by Martin Johnson and Ann Heppermann

Originally featured in the Serendipity Podcast

http://thesarahawards.com/subscribe/.

From the sounds of the womb to fading memories - Josie Long hears stories of what we inherit from past generations.

Series Producer: Eleanor McDowall

A Falling Tree production for BBC Radio 4

The items feature in the programme are:

George Bernard Shaw

A Conversation

Feat. Walter Murch

Produced by Niccolò Castelli

https://vimeo.com/136595444

The Waves

Feat. Sian Phillips

Interview recorded for the Empathy Museum

http://www.empathymuseum.com/

Every Heart has a Limited Number of Heartbeats

Produced by Martin Johnson and Ann Heppermann

Originally featured in the Serendipity Podcast

http://thesarahawards.com/subscribe/.

From the sounds of the womb to fading memories - Josie Long hears stories of what we inherit from past generations.

Series Producer: Eleanor McDowall

A Falling Tree production for BBC Radio 4

The items feature in the programme are:

George Bernard Shaw

A Conversation

Feat. Walter Murch

Produced by Niccolò Castelli

https://vimeo.com/136595444

The Waves

Feat. Sian Phillips

Interview recorded for the Empathy Museum

http://www.empathymuseum.com/

Every Heart has a Limited Number of Heartbeats

Produced by Martin Johnson and Ann Heppermann

Originally featured in the Serendipity Podcast

http://thesarahawards.com/subscribe/.

From the sounds of the womb to fading memories - Josie Long hears stories of what we inherit from past generations.

Series Producer: Eleanor McDowall

A Falling Tree production for BBC Radio 4

The items feature in the programme are:

George Bernard Shaw

A Conversation

Feat. Walter Murch

Produced by Niccolò Castelli

https://vimeo.com/136595444

The Waves

Feat. Sian Phillips

Interview recorded for the Empathy Museum

http://www.empathymuseum.com/

Every Heart has a Limited Number of Heartbeats

Produced by Martin Johnson and Ann Heppermann

Originally featured in the Serendipity Podcast

http://thesarahawards.com/subscribe/.