In the third instalment of “Goodbye, Mr Chips”, we hear how Chips became a Brookfield institution – more of an essential part of the school than he dreamed. When the brash new headmaster, Ralston, decided that the time had come for Chips to retire, not only the boys but the staff and the Governors rallied behind him.
from Goodbye, Mr Chips by James Hilton
released December 29, 2010
Originally broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 2005.
Written by James Hilton
Read by Derek Jacobi
Abridged by Neville Teller
Produced & Directed by Neil Gardner
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