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Old February 11th 17, 09:41 PM posted to
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That prompted the thought that Henry Blofeld as narrator would surely
result in something a bit different - such as a description of the
pigeon that's just landed on the fence beside the gunman or a comment
about the good view the passengers have from the top of the red bus
passing behind him

On 11/02/2017 09:16, Brian Gaff wrote:
Yes most of the time it is fine. However sometimes the narrator does get a
bit carried away and forgets that we need who has come in and what facial
expressions are and who has a gun drawn and instead describes in detail the
pattern of of a sofa or something like that. Often less is more on AD,
sometimes not, but its probably hard to judge on some content.

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