Nov 28, 2021

Those Were the Days

Those Were the Days By {author, Those Were the Days Best Read || [Terry Wogan] Those Were the Days Best Read || [Terry Wogan] - Those Were the Days, Those Were the Days Welcome to the party pull up a chair take your ease and join Tom king of the Cattle Market bank branch for a bite to eat and a glass or two of wine Come and meet his customers many of whom have

  • Title: Those Were the Days
  • Author: Terry Wogan
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Kindle Edition

Those Were the Days Best Read || [Terry Wogan], Those Were the Days, Terry Wogan, Those Were the Days Welcome to the party pull up a chair take your ease and join Tom king of the Cattle Market bank branch for a bite to eat and a glass or two of wine Come and meet his customers many of whom have become his friends and listen to their tales Join Tom as he reminisces about the places he s been the people he has met and the laughter and the struggles of daily life asWelcome

Those Were the Days

Those Were the Days Best Read || [Terry Wogan] Those Were the Days Best Read || [Terry Wogan] - Those Were the Days, Those Were the Days Welcome to the party pull up a chair take your ease and join Tom king of the Cattle Market bank branch for a bite to eat and a glass or two of wine Come and meet his customers many of whom have Those Were the Days

  • Those Were the Days Best Read || [Terry Wogan]
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Those Were the Days

394 thought on “Those Were the Days

  1. The bank setting was really just a convenient backdrop to string together several short stories Terry Wogan is well known for starting out in banking in Ireland and he has obviously drawn on this experience to use a new bank branch opening and a new manager as a convenient vehicle for this motley collection of stories The setting could otherwise have been any gathering of people and not necessarily even that Several of the stories harked back to Terry s childhood young adult times, so it was int [...]



  2. A series of short stories about people all linked together through the local branch of the bank The stories aren t long so you don t get that much extra background information on the characters, but I don t think it really mattered in this case I could just imagine Terry Wogan sitting in my livingroom telling me the stories


  3. A gentle collection of vignettes about Ireland back in the day, with a couple of really touching moments I found this in my stocking on Christmas morning, and it went down well in the lazy, chocolate stuffed post Christmas days.


  4. A lovely reminder of what it used to be like to work in branch banking the staff, the customers, their small town hopes and dreams Could hear Terry s voice in each witty story line A gentle read.



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