Paradoxes Of Mr Pond, The

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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