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Genome: [r4 Bd=19920831]

Five stories featuring

H E Bates's Uncle Silas, who lived a life of wine, women and constant sunshine in an idyllic

English countryside. Read by David Neal. 1: The Widder.

Producer Cherry Cookson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920831]

Read By: David Neal.

Producer: Cherry Cookson.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920901]

In The Blue Feather, Uncle Silas gets caught poaching.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920902]

In Queenie White, Uncle Silas tells of a romantic encounter with a buxom publican's wife.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920903]

In The Singing Pig Uncle Silas nostalgically remembers a pig he bought at the market which, he claims, could actually sing. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920904]

Last of five stories.

In Aunt Tibby we discover that just occasionally someone was able to get the better of Uncle Silas.

Stereo

01The Widder20080317 (BBC7)
20120730 (BBC7)
20140127 (BBC7)

The incorrigible Uncle Silas heads off to sup wine with a widow. HE Bates' country tale is read by David Neal.

The incorrigible Uncle Silas heads off to sup wine with a widow. Read by David Neal.

02The Blue Feather20080318 (BBC7)
20120731 (BBC7)
20140128 (BBC7)

Loveable rogue Uncle Silas gets caught poaching. HE Bates' country tale is read by David Neal.

Loveable rogue Uncle Silas gets caught poaching. Read by David Neal.

03Queenie White20080319 (BBC7)
20120801 (BBC7)
20140129 (BBC7)

Mischievous Uncle Silas recalls an amorous brush with a buxom publican's wife. HE Bates' country tale is read by David Neal.

Mischievous Uncle Silas recalls an amorous brush with a buxom publican's wife.

04The Singing Pig20080320 (BBC7)
20120802 (BBC7)

The incorrigible Uncle Silas gets nostalgic over a melodic porker. HE Bates' country tale is read by David Neal.

The incorrigible Uncle Silas gets nostalgic over a melodic porker.

05Aunt Tibby
05 LASTAunt Tibby20080321 (BBC7)
20120803 (BBC7)

A cunning landlady proves to be as resourceful as the mischievous Uncle Silas. HE Bates' country tale is read by David Neal.

A cunning landlady proves to be as resourceful as the mischievous Uncle Silas.