Over the Gate
Rustic monologues from Bernard Miles

Bernard James Miles, Baron Miles, CBE (27 September 1907 14 June 1991) was an English character actor, writer and director. He opened the Mermaid Theatre in London, the first new theatre that opened in the City of London since the 17th century. He was known for playing character roles that usually had bucolic backgrounds or links to countrymen. His strong accent was typical of rustic dialects associated with the counties of Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. His pleasant rolling bass-baritone voice made him popular in theatre and film for more than fifty years. Aside from his acting, Miles was a voice-over artist and published author.

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  1. Over the Gate (A) (0Mb)
  2. Over the Gate (B) (0Mb)
  3. Over the Gate (0Mb)
  4. Me an' Old Charlie (0Mb)
  5. One of the Old School (0Mb)
  6. Nice Going On (0Mb)
  7. Mind Your Heads, Please (0Mb)
  8. Billy the Toggie (0Mb)
  9. The Low Down on Hamlet (0Mb)
  10. Danny Deever (0Mb)
  11. Ned Maskell's Friend (0Mb)
  12. The Old, Old Story (0Mb)
  13. Master of All Masters (0Mb)
  14. The Truth about Tristan and Isolde (0Mb)
  15. The Pedlar of Swaffham (0Mb)
  16. The Strange Visitor (0Mb)
  17. Sestina of the Tramp Royal (0Mb)
  18. The Pick of the Basket (0Mb)
  19. The Long Trail (0Mb)
  20. King of the Cats (0Mb)
  21. Tom Tit Tor (0Mb)

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