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Title for the podcast:
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Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation was a BBC Radio 4 series of comedy lectures hosted by Jeremy Hardy, first broadcast in September 1993. The tenth and final series aired in 2014. The lectures were on topics like “How to have a baby”, “How to be truly loved”, and often included Hardy’s personal views on current affairs. There were a series of sketches and mock interviews carried out with his two guests. Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt were the two main guests, while other guests included Meera Syal, Rebecca Front, Alison Steadman, Stephen Frost, Miranda Richardson and Harriet Walter.
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List of MP3s:
http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/01.mp3: 01 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/02.mp3: 02 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/03.mp3: 03 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/04.mp3: 04 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/05.mp3: 05 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/06.mp3: 06 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/07.mp3: 07 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/08.mp3: 08 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/09.mp3: 09 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/10.mp3: 10 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/11.mp3: 11 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/12.mp3: 12 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/13.mp3: 13 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/14.mp3: 14 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/15.mp3: 15 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/16.mp3: 16 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/17.mp3: 17 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/18.mp3: 18 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/19.mp3: 19 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/20.mp3: 20 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/21.mp3: 21 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/22.mp3: 22 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/23.mp3: 23 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/24.mp3: 24 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/25.mp3: 25 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/26.mp3: 26 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/27.mp3: 27 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/28.mp3: 28 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/29.mp3: 29 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/30.mp3: 30 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/31.mp3: 31 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/32.mp3: 32 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/33.mp3: 33 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/34.mp3: 34 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/35.mp3: 35 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/36.mp3: 36 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/37.mp3: 37 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/38.mp3: 38 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/39.mp3: 39 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/40.mp3: 40 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/41.mp3: 41 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/42.mp3: 42 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/43.mp3: 43 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/44.mp3: 44 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/45.mp3: 45 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/46.mp3: 46 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/47.mp3: 47 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/48.mp3: 48 http://archive.org/download/rss_jhsttn/49.mp3: 49
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. 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.)