You were never really meant to hear this episode of “Reading Between The Lines”… this was our pilot, recorded for our ears only. So you’ll notice the audio quality isn't quite as good as our other discussions— but we hope you’ll bear with us, and agree it’s worth it in the end! Not just for the wonderful “The MacPeever Wrangles: The Burglar”, or for “Friend” Editor Angela’s podcast debut, but also for a delightful surprise Barry unearthed in our Archives!
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The Dear Old “People’s Friend” theme: Words by Charles J Cunningham Music by Arthur Harold Performed for piano and clarinet by Neil Brand Sung by Jennifer Phin