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The Flag Wagger: 1: Empire Day

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A 'colonial' autobiography by Harry Franklin: abridged in ten parts by Carmel Ross Read by Nigel Stock
In 1928 Harry Franklin joined the tradition of patriotic Englishmen who had aimed to educate the savage: he went to Northern Rhodesia as a schools inspector. He stayed to become an administrator, teacher, amateur doctor, magistrate and broadcaster in a longer and more exciting adventure than he expected.
Producer Michael Heffernan (Northern Ireland)

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Author: Harry Franklin
Abridged by: Carmel Ross
Read By: Nigel Stock
Producer: Michael Heffernan

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The Flag Wagger: 1: Empire Day

BBC Radio 4 FM, 29 September 1975 8.45






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