Three Men On The Bummel [Jerome K Jerome]

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I have it!" explained Harris, "what say you to a bicycle tour!" George looked doubtful. "There's a lot of uphill about a bicycle tour," said he, "and the wind is against you." "So there is downhill and the wind behind you," said Harris. "I've never noticed it," said George.

After their adventure afloat. George, Harris and J decide to tour Germany by bicycle.

Adapted and performed in three episodes by Jeremy Nicholas.

Music by Jeremy Nicholas. Performed by The Grimethorpe Colliery Band

Producer: Paul Mayhew-Archer

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

After their adventure afloat. George, Harris and J decide to tour Germany by bicycle. Performed by Jeremy Nicholas.

After their adventure afloat, George, Harris and J decide to tour Germany by bicycle.

After their adventure afloat, George, Harris and J decide to tour Germany by bicycle. Performed by Jeremy Nicholas.

. After their adventure afloat. George, Harris and J decide to tour Germany by bicycle.

Jerome K Jerome's sequel to Three Men in a Boat sees the men plan their latest adventure

"I have it!" explained Harris, "what say you to a bicycle tour!" George looked doubtful. "There's a lot of uphill about a bicycle tour," said he, "and the wind is against you." "So there is downhill and the wind behind you," said Harris. "I've never noticed it," said George.

After their adventure afloat. George, Harris and J decide to tour Germany by bicycle.
Adapted and performed in three episodes by Jeremy Nicholas.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

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In Prague we did our sightseeing with the aid of a guide. His English was decidedly weak. Indeed it was not English at all. For the first hour it was difficult to rid oneself of the conviction that the man was choking.

George, Harris and J attempt to navigate Germany by bike, but find their sense of direction sorely tested.

Adapted and performed in three episodes by Jeremy Nicholas.

Music by Jeremy Nicholas. Performed by The Grimethorpe Colliery Band

Producer: Paul Mayhew-Archer

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

George, Harris and J attempt to navigate Germany, but find their sense of direction tested

George, Harris and J attempt to navigate Germany, but find their sense of direction sorely tested. Performed by Jeremy Nicholas.

. George, Harris and J attempt to navigate Germany, but find their sense of direction tested

Jerome K Jerome's sequel to Three Men in a Boat sees the men plan their latest adventure

"In Prague we did our sightseeing with the aid of a guide. His English was decidedly weak. Indeed it was not English at all. For the first hour it was difficult to rid oneself of the conviction that the man was choking."

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

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George, Harris and J approach the end of their journey and contemplate the Germans as a nation. Performed by Jeremy Nicholas.

. George, Harris and J near the end of their journey and contemplate the Germans as a nation

On the Continent they do sincerely believe that every Englishman is mad. They are as convinced of it as is every English peasant that Frenchmen live in frogs".

Approaching the end of their epic journey by bike, George, Harris and J attempt contemplate the Germans as a nation.

Adapted and performed in three episodes by Jeremy Nicholas.

Music by Jeremy Nicholas. Performed by The Grimethorpe Colliery Band

Producer: Paul Mayhew-Archer

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.

Jerome K Jerome's sequel to Three Men in a Boat sees the men plan their latest adventure

"On the Continent they do sincerely believe that every Englishman is mad. They are as convinced of it as is every English peasant that Frenchmen live in frogs".

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984.