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Toooldtobearsed Fri 26-May-17 15:38:46

Am i the only one listening to Homefront?

I download the whole lot at the beginning of the week and binge listen whilst walking the dogs. Just listened to the extra programme they put out today and, unusually for me, i found it so touching and sad.

Anyone else?

AuntyElle Sun 28-May-17 01:26:33

I love it too. Found the very beginning rather clunky, but it soon got into its stride.
Great characters and acting. And such a clever, wide-ranging plot. I miss it when it's not on.

DoctorTwo Sun 28-May-17 10:42:05

I'm another listener, I think it's really well done. The 45 minute play on Thursday was utterly compelling, so much so I sat in my van round the corner from a delivery until it had finished. grin

Toooldtobearsed Sun 28-May-17 14:10:16

So pleased I am not the only one😊

The tramp and his back story was so well woven in, and the time always being 6:20........ lump in throat time.

I dont like it as much when it us set in the north, much prefer the Folkstone series.

Only a year of it to go.

nauticant Wed 21-Jun-17 08:41:55

It doesn't work for me.

The best programme on the radio about the First World War is this one:

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03t7p9l/episodes/player

What it was really like said by people who were there. Often compelling listening.

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