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Old 04-14-2019, 01:22 PM #1
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A distant relative used to tell me about

Listen with mother

What is this?

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I've not heard of this

I know it probably isn't, but the first thing that came in to my head after reading this was a story/ nursery ryme session

" listen with mother", listen and learn.... just my guess
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According to Wikipedia: Listen with Mother was a BBC radio programme for children which ran between 16 January 1950 until 10 September 1982.[1] It was originally produced by Freda Lingstrom and was presented over the years by Daphne Oxenford, Julia Lang, Eileen Browne, Dorothy Smith and others.[2]. . . . Each story on Listen with Mother opened with the phrase "Are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin" (sometimes "...Then we'll begin").[3] The question, originally an ad lib by Julia Lang on 16 January 1950, became so well known that it appears in The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations[1] It has been incorporated and sampled by many artists and musicians; for instance, See: Listen with Mother - Wikipedia
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