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Chawleigh, Devon: Thomas outlines a year in sheep farming and briefly mentions beef farming. He also explains how bread would be baked in an old brick oven. Barnstaple is a town to the northwest of Chawleigh. Chawleigh, Devon: Thomas outlines a year in sheep farming and briefly mentions beef farming. He also explains how bread would be baked in an old brick oven. Barnstaple is a town to the northwest of Chawleigh. Survey of English Dialects 00:06:27 1963
Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire: The speaker explains how to make bread. Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire: The speaker explains how to make bread. Survey of English Dialects 00:03:45 1952/11/07
Threlkeld, Cumberland: Mrs Mills describes how to make bread, from the preparation of the dough right through to baking. The original recording seems to have started mid-conversation. Threlkeld, Cumberland: Mrs Mills describes how to make bread, from the preparation of the dough right through to baking. The original recording seems to have started mid-conversation. Survey of English Dialects 00:03:16 1954/06/29
Welwick, Yorkshire: Miss Dibnah explains how to make white bread, brown bread and spice bread. Read a transcript of this recording on the British Library's 'Sounds Familiar' website . Welwick, Yorkshire: Miss Dibnah explains how to make white bread, brown bread and spice bread. Read a transcript of this recording on the British Library's 'Sounds Familiar' website . Survey of English Dialects 00:04:01 1955/04/14
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