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  • Stirling Moss and Ted Dexter - Crimson Cats Audio Books
    runner up four times winning 16 Grand Prix races before a serious crash in 1962 ended his career During the 1950s he won many Sports Car trophies and events as well as pursuing his Formula 1 career Following his retirement from top flight motor racing Stirling Moss continued to race for fun in events for touring cars and historic sports cars He was knighted in 2000 Ted Dexter CBE Ted Dexter s love of cricket started at school His success in university cricket at Cambridge led to his joining Sussex County Cricket Club Under his captaincy the county won the first Gillette Cup competition at a time when one day cricket was in its infancy In his fairly short first class career he played in more than sixty test matches thirty of them as captain A serious accident in 1964 led to his virtual retirement as a player but from 1988 to 1993 he was chairman of the England selectors and also became President of the MCC Cliff Morgan OBE CVO Morgan the Magnificent was the title given to Cliff Morgan by South African newspapers when he toured the country with the British Lions team in 1955 His success in that tour earned him the captaincy of Wales the following season Cliff was born into a mining family in the Rhondda in 1930 and joined Cardiff Rugby Club straight from school playing at fly half The first of his 29 caps for Wales was won in 1951 When his playing career ended in 1958 he became a successful broadcaster and manager with the BBC He died in 2013 Additional Information Weight 12 kg Duration 74 minutes ISBN 978 0955 8752 12 Reviews There are no reviews yet Be the first to review Stirling Moss and Ted Dexter Sporting Legends 2

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  • Cliff Morgan & Mary Peters - Crimson Cats Audio Books
    Cliff Morgan OBE CVO Morgan the Magnificent was the title given to Cliff Morgan by South African newspapers when he toured the country with the British Lions team in 1955 His success in that tour earned him the captaincy of Wales the following season Cliff was born into a mining family in the Rhondda in 1930 and joined Cardiff Rugby Club straight from school playing at fly half The first of his 29 caps for Wales was won in 1951 When his playing career ended in 1958 he became a successful broadcaster and manager with the BBC He died in 2013 Ian Wooldridge OBE Ian Wooldridge was widely recognised as the best sports writer of his generation He joined the Daily Mail in 1961 and first made his name as a cricket correspondent He stayed with the paper for the rest of his career as a sports writer and columnist covering every major sporting event and winning numerous awards for his journalism He wrote his final column the week before he died in 2007 Mary Peters CH DBE Mary Peters won the gold medal for the Pentathlon at the Munich Olympics in 1972 beating the West German favourite by the narrowest of margins with a performance which also broke the world record Mary represented Northern Ireland at every Commonwealth Games between 1958 and 1974 winning medals in the shot as well as the Pentathlon She was awarded the DBE in 2000 and was made a Companion of Honour in the 2015 New Year s Honours List Additional Information Weight 12 kg Duration 78 minutes ISBN 978 0955 8752 05 Reviews There are no reviews yet Be the first to review Cliff Morgan and Mary Peters Sporting Legends 1 Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a review Related

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  • Kitty and Fred - Crimson Cats Audio Books
    Clip 1 http crimsoncats co uk wp content uploads 2014 09 CC019 Kitty Fred Clip 1 mp3 Clip 2 http crimsoncats co uk wp content uploads 2014 09 CC019 Kitty Fred Clip 2 mp3 Kitty Godfree was Women s Singles Champion at Wimbledon in 1924 and 1926 Her other achievements were Wimbledon Runner up 1925 Runner up US and French Women s singles championships 1925 Winner of Women s Doubles US Open 1923 1927 Winner of Mixed Doubles Wimbledon 1924 1926 US Open 1925 Bronze Medalist in the women s singles in the 1920 and 1924 Olympic Games Gold Medalist in the Women s Doubles in the 1920 Olympic Games and Silver Medalist in 1924 Silver Medalist in the Mixed Doubles 1924 Olympic Games Represented Great Britain in the Wightman Cup 1923 1927 1930 1934 Fred Perry was Men s Singles Champion at Wimbledon in 1934 1935 and 1936 His other achievements were Men s Singles Champion US Open 1933 1934 1936 Men s Singles Champion French Open 1935 Men s Singles Champion Australian Open 1934 Men s Singles Champion US Open 1933 1934 1936 Winner of Men s Doubles French Open 1933 Australian Open 1934 Winner of Mixed Doubles Wimbledon 1935 1936 U S Open 1932 French Open 1932 British Hardcourt Champion 1932 1936 Represented Great Britain in the Davis Cup 1931 1936 Paddy Feeny Presenter Paddy Feeny was presenter of the Saturday afternoon sports programme on the BBC World Service for over 30 years Additional Information Duration 48 minutes Download Size 40 3 MB Download Format Zip Reviews There are no reviews yet Be the first to review Kitty and Fred Sporting Legends 4 Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a review Related Products Farewell Leicester Square Sporting Legends 5 5 99 Details Cliff Morgan

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  • My Account - Crimson Cats Audio Books
    email My Life And Times From 5 99 for the download version Find Out More Cliff Morgan Sporting Legends 1a 2 99 Find Out More Mary Peters Sporting Legends 1b 2 99 Find Out More Cart Product Categories Anthologies Biographies Cats E Books Fiction History Legend Sporting Legends Travel Crimson Cats Crimson Cats Audio Books bring you interesting and entertaining titles in an easy to listen to format They are

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  • Help..! Where's The Bathroom? - Crimson Cats Audio Books
    found it tacky Reminded us of Atlantic City without the casinos and the sea Pigeon Forge a few miles up the road was even worse at least 3 miles of solid tat The rain got worse as we headed for Oak Ridge and the American Museum of Science and Energy The museum was very impressive Oak Ridge Tennessee and Los Alamos New Mexico were the two main centres for the development of the atom bomb in the 1940s We visited the Bradbury Science Museum in Los Alamos last year on our journey from San Francisco to South Carolina so it was good to see its counterpart this year There s a very wide range of exhibits in the Oak Ridge museum and we lost 2 hours there very easily We also met Corvin a keen bird watcher but that s another story We stayed the night there in a hotel not the museum and the next day the weather having vastly improved we headed north to the Kentucky border and the Cumberland Gap Singing the Lonnie Donegan song as we went older friends will remember this and will understand why we began singing when we were just 15 miles from the Gap we made our way to the visitors centre to learn how Daniel Boone explored this pass through the mountains in the 18 th century thus paving the way for white settlement in Kentucky We also met Margaret busily weaving cloth on her loom but that s another story Daniel Boone National Forest We stayed that night in Middlesboro and met a delightful couple at breakfast who know England well though last time they were disappointed on a visit to Lincoln But that s another story We then spent Monday wandering through the Daniel Boone Memorial Forest Trees to

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  • Keep Right On To The End Of The Road... - Crimson Cats Audio Books
    A week ago at breakfast in Front Royal we met Steve and Sally They had lived for some time in England near Rickmansworth as Steve was a civilian contractor for the American navy doing something interesting around Watford sounds like a contradiction in terms They were headed for the Grand Banks in North Carolina for a holiday with friends Hope they re okay that area is being battered by wind and waves courtesy of hurricane Joaquin Then at Linville Falls on the Blue Ridge Parkway we met Pete and Cindy Pete and his son are very involved in the Scouting movement and he is very proud that he has visited Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour in Dorset where Baden Powell started the Scout movement We told him about our audio book My Adventures As A Spy which tells of Baden Powell s spying experiences between 1880 and the 1 st World War We gave him our card so there may be another sale there Linville Falls Also at the falls we met an English couple heading for New Orleans Keith is a retired barrister and when they planned this trip he ordered an open top Mustang from the hire company What he actually got was a convertible VW He was disappointed his wife not into cars thought it was funny At Gatlinburg where we stayed when we came out of the Smoky Mountains we met James and Jennifer and their daughter We d had a swim in the hotel pool and a lovely soak in the hot tub and were just getting out when they arrived They live in Tennessee and have rarely been out of the State though James wants to go to England They loved our English accents and said so as many people do They had very

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  • The Rain, It Raineth Every Day - Crimson Cats Audio Books
    life and I began to realise the pleasure of growing things for beauty and sustenance Our first home together had a shady yard about 12 feet square Dee s answer was window boxes From there she moved to an allotment yum yum to a bigger garden and now we have the lovely gardens she is creating in our Starston home It was Dee who came up with the idea of our audio book Every Lady A Gardener writings by women from the 19 th century about gardens and gardening I raised a sceptical eyebrow but she was right It is now one of our best sellers read by the wonderful Marilyn Cutts Ruthie s Garden in Bethel I have also learned to enjoy other gardens and we have seen some wonderful ones on our journey down the eastern side of the USA They range from the tiny imaginative plot beside Ruthie and Kevin s motel in Bethel Maine to the magnificent gardens of Thomas Jefferson s house Monticello on the edge of Charlottesville Virginia How to use the space at your disposal whether it is a bit of waste ground beside your house or a plantation of 5000 acres it is only those with imagination who will create something that makes people stop and stare rather than just walk on by Monticello vegetable garden As a writer imagination is my most important tool well that and being able to type One of my favourite quotes is Imagination is the only exact science It is people with imagination who give us the best stories music paintings sculptures poems gardens and many other such things Talent and skill are also needed of course but it is imagination which sparks something creative that others will also enjoy As a non gardener I have

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  • Always Have A Plan B - Crimson Cats Audio Books
    a significant place in the American Civil War The next day we wandered through the mountains and backroads of West Virginia before crossing back into Virginia staying at Harrisonburg Skyline Drive in mist The next day was when we needed Plan B The weather suddenly changed We went back up onto the Skyline drive intending to head south and pick up the Blue Ridge Parkway but the Skyline drive had changed since our last visit The mist had come down and visibility was down to 50 yards Views What views By the time we reached the junction with the Blue Ridge mountains it was worse No point in going on So a hastily contrived Plan B We turned back east towards Charlottesville and went to Thomas Jefferson s house at Monticello It may not have been Plan A but it was well worth a visit Jefferson was one of the signatories of the original Declaration of Independence and also the 3rd President of the USA He designed this house himself and it is impressive We stayed in Charlottesville that night but the next day the weather was still bad Blue Ridge Parkway still a no no So instead we took the old route 11 down through the Shenandoah Valley The weather cleared a bit and at Lexington we chanced going up onto the Parkway Not bad clear in places swirling mist in others We crossed the James river one of the main transport routes of early Virginia and headed to Bedford for the night And now it s Tuesday 29th September and the weather is apparently set to get worse much worse especially in Tennessee and the southern Appalachians which is where we are headed They are forecasting extremely heavy rainfall here and floods on the coast The prospects for

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