Talk:Letter from America

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According to the John B. Gambling page, Rambling with Gambling was the longest-running speech radio programme, running from 1925 to 2000. If this is indeed so, then the statement on this page needs to either be removed or rephrased. sjorford (talk) 17:24, 28 December 2005 (UTC)

Radio 4's charity appeal programme The Week's Good Cause started around 1926 and is still going today, which probably makes it the longest-running. --Bonalaw 12:29, 29 December 2005 (UTC)

Yes, but have either of those shows been presented only by one person? I think LFA's claim to fame derives from the fact that it was only ever presented by one person. JRJW
But that isn't what the introduction says. If it is wrong it needs to be changed.203.184.41.226 (talk) 07:48, 6 September 2012 (UTC)

Missing episode?[edit]

The last episode was broadcast 20 February 2004. He did not announce his retirement until 2 March 2004. What happened to the episode that should have run on 27 February? -- Jack of Oz [Talk] 08:00, 22 December 2012 (UTC)