The Paradoxes Of Mr Pond

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01The Crime Of Captain Gahagan2002121620110808 (BBC7)
20140512 (BBC7)
20140513 (BBC7)

The civil servant figures out a mystery - 'Women go so fast that they get no farther.'.

GK Chesterton's civil servant figures out a mystery - 'Women go so fast that they get no farther.' Read by Martin Jarvis.

Series of short stories by G K Chesterton.

Read by Martin Jarvis

GK Chesterton's civil servant figures out a mystery: "Women go so fast that they get no farther".

"Women go so fast that they get no farther".

02The Three Horsemen Of The Apocalypse2002121720110809 (BBC7)
20140513 (BBC7)
20140514 (BBC7)

Another mystery for the civil servant - 'Too much Prussian obedience saves a patriot'.

Another mystery for GK Chesterton's civil servant - 'Too much Prussian obedience saves a patriot'. Read by Martin Jarvis.

Another mystery for GK Chesterton's civil servant: "Too much Prussian obedience saves a patriot".

Read by Martin Jarvis.

"Too much Prussian obedience saves a patriot".

03Pond The Pantaloon2002121820110810 (BBC7)
20140514 (BBC7)
20140515 (BBC7)

Another mystery for GK Chesterton's civil servant - 'A poker prevents a national disaster'

Another mystery for GK Chesterton's civil servant - 'A poker prevents a national disaster'. Read by Martin Jarvis.

Series of short stories by G K Chesterton..

A poker prevents a national disaster.

Read by Martin Jarvis

Another mystery for GK Chesterton's civil servant: "A poker prevents a national disaster".

"A poker prevents a national disaster".

04Ring Of Lovers2002121920110811 (BBC7)

"A real liar doesn't tell wanton and necessary lies.

He tells wise and necessary lies".

Curious mystery read by Martin Jarvis.

05 LASTThe Terrible Troubadour2002122020110812 (BBC7)

Another GK Chesterton mystery: "In nature you must go very low to find things that go so high".

Concluded by Martin Jarvis.

Another GK Chesterton mystery.

Series of short stories by G K Chesterton.

5: The Terrible Troubadour.

Read by Martin Jarvis