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Title for the podcast:
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Veteran detective Bill Galbraith wants a quiet life, now he's retiring from a long career in the police force. But his old pal Tommy Evans needs his help over murky goings on from a criminal mastermind... Starring Bernard Hepton as Galbraith, Richard Davies as Tom Evans, Tom Watson as Cater, Peter Dyneley as Gelder, Eva Haddon as Anne-Marie, Hector Ross as Cornell, Katharine Page as Mary Galbraith and Bruce Alexander as Milne. Robert Barr also wrote TV scripts for the BBC's Z Cars and Softly Softly, as well as being a prize-winning TV producer. Producer: John Browell. First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 1975.
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List of MP3s:
http://archive.org/download/galbraithkod/1. Enter a Frightened Lady.mp3: Enter a Frightened Lady http://archive.org/download/galbraithkod/2. Dutch Treat.mp3: Dutch Treat http://archive.org/download/galbraithkod/3. Fear is the Key.mp3: Fear is the Key http://archive.org/download/galbraithkod/4. The 7000000 Touch.mp3: The £7,000,000 Touch http://archive.org/download/galbraithkod/5. Appointment in Zurich.mp3: Appointment in Zurich http://archive.org/download/galbraithkod/6. The Last Move.mp3: The Last Move
(This should be a list of full URLs of MP3s, one per line. If you want to specify a title that's different from the raw filename, put a colon after the filename, followed by the title, eg.
http://www.edrants.com/_mp3/segundo1.mp3: David Mitchell
. The display title will be prefixed with the title of the podcast, eg. "Bat Segundo: David Mitchell", so you don't need to repeat the name of the podcast in each title.)