Some Experiences Of An Irish Rm

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19700825]

by E. (E. SOMERVILLE and MARTIN ROSS

2: In the Curranhilty Country In which Major Yeates is introduced to hunting - and Bobby Bennett.... Reader

DENYS HAWTHORNE

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Unknown: Martin Ross

Reader: Bobby Bennett.

Reader: Denys Hawthorne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700826]

by E. IE. SOMERVILLE and MARTIN ROSS 3: Trinket's Colt

In which Major Yeates is introduced to Mrs Knox of Aussolas... and theft... Reader DENYS HAWTHORNE

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Unknown: Martin Ross

Unknown: Mrs Knox

Reader: Denys Hawthorne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700827]

by E. Å’. SOMERVILLE and MARTIN ROSS 4: A Misdeal

Major Yeates joins the congregation at a very Irish ritual-a Horse Fair...

Reader DENYS HAWTHORNE X

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Unknown: Martin Ross

Reader: Denys Hawthorne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700828]

by E. Å’. SOMERVILLE and MARTIN ROSS

5: The House of Fahy

Ashore and afloat disaster dogs Yeates. The name of the dog is Maria...

Reader DENYS HAWTHORNE

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Unknown: Martin Ross

Reader: Maria

201B01In The Curranhilty Country20010413

Jim Norton begins an eight-part adaptation of a collection of witty and charming tales set in rural south-west Ireland by Edith Somerville and Martin Ross.

1: `In the Curranhilty Country'.

With misgivings, Major Yeates buys a horse and is thus introduced to the uncomfortable pleasures of hunting - and the devilish exploits of Flurry Knox MFH.

201B02Trinket20010420

Jim Norton reads an eight-part adaptation of a collection of witty and charming tales set in rural south-west Ireland by Edith Somerville and Martin Ross.

2: `Trinket's Colt'.

The Major seeks assistance in buying a colt, an enterprise which turns out to be a devious business when undertaken by Mr Flurry Knox.

201B03Philippa20010427

Jim Norton reads an eight-part adaptation of a collection of witty and charming tales set in rural south-west Ireland by Edith Somerville and Martin Ross.

3: `Philippa's Fox-Hunt'.

Major Yeates's wife has her first taste of fox-hunting riding a bicycle

201B04The House Of Fahy20010504

Jim Norton reads an eight-part adaptation of a collection of witty and charming tales set in rural south-west Ireland, by Edith Somerville and Martin Ross.

4: `The House Of Fahy'.

The Major reluctantly goes on a yachting trip and almost finds himself at the bottom of the sea.

201B05Occasional Licences20010511

Jim Norton reads an eight-part adaptation of a collection of witty and charming tales set in rural south-west Ireland, by Edith Somerville and Martin Ross.

5: `Occasional Licences'.

Sheehy has managed to get an occasional licence for the annual sports day - much to the disgust of Major Yeates.

However, Flurry and Slipper's skulduggery manages to get the better of Sheehy in the major horse race of the day.

201B06Oh Love! Oh Fire!20010518

Flurry Knox has alienated himself from his prospective mother-in-law, Lady Knox.

201B07Poisson D'avril20010525

Major Yeates has been instructed by his wife to take a fresh salmon from south-west Ireland to Gloucestershire by rail - with dire consequences.

201B08The Aussolas Martin Cat20010601

Jim Norton concludes an eight-part adaptation of a collection of witty and charming tales set in rural south-west Ireland, by Edith Somerville and Martin Ross.

8: `The Aussolas Martin Cat'.

Flurry Knox - indignant at the thought of his grandmother putting her house on the market - plots to sabotage the sale.