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This audiobook contains eight Take It from Here radio episodes from the 1950s, featuring Ron and Eth Glum. Jimmy Edwards stars as the beer-swilling head of the Glum household, with Dick Bentley as Ron and June Whitfield as Eth.

©2012 Frank Muir (P)1996 AudioGO Ltd

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  • Philip
  • 06-05-15

The glums

Frank Muir and Dennis Nordens scripts are timelessly funny these sketches are each 15 minutes in length and June Whitfield Jimmy Edwards and Dick Bentley bring this helpless family to life. exceptionally funny I must have listened to this dozens of times first on tape. then downloaded onto Audible. there are more scripts I have a book of them. please BBC release what you have.

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  • Julie
  • 11-30-14

Funny Classic Radio show

Would you listen to The Glums again? Why?

It still makes me laugh. golden age, situation comedy based, great one liners comedy

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Glums?

Eth and her gormless fiance Ron Glum , Ron's father Mr Glum., Mrs Glum never appears

Which character – as performed by June Whitfield – was your favourite?

June Whitflied, Jimmy Edwards, some great comics. And written by Frank Muir.

Any additional comments?

If only there were more episodes!

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  • William Marshall
  • 04-07-13

Memories

Listening once again to June Bromfield,Dick Bentley and that erstwhile typically British Jimmy Edwards brought back memories of my childhood listening on the radio to their wonderfully entertaining humourous shows. Along with others such as "Much Binding in The Marsh" and The Goons they introduced me to the adroit style of British humour which has formed the basis of my own sense of humour.

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