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No, no. Haven’t the leisure. Oh, dear me and here I thought… Well, I’m glad to see you’re not really hurt. Oh, but I am doctor. Really. Maybe I better send you to the hospital, eh? No. Look. Here. Feel. Feel. Where? Here? Just as I thought, Cirrhosis pectoris. What’s that mean? That means your eyes are twin pools of desire. Oh, doctor. That’s nice. The things you do say. That doesn’t hurt anymore, eh? Oh, yes. Yes. You’ll be all right in the morning. Wait. Wait. My ankle. Don’t you think you ought to look at that? No. No, your ankle is all right. But I’ll tell you one thing, you you wear your garter too tight. That, that stops the circulation, that’s bad. There, you see? You did find something. You are my doctor, aren’t you? I ought to pay your fee, oughtn’t I? I haven’t presented you with a bill yet. How about this to begin with? Not that it’s enough. It’s fine, it’s fine. It’s much more than most people pay. Doesn’t seem near enough to me. Harry, listen… Oh, sorry. Come along, will you? It’s getting late. Well… But… Oh, but you aren’t really going just because he says? No, no, no, but I have to go now. But look here, don’t you understand? I ain’t no… I ain’t no… No, I know you’re not. You’re a girl with her heart just where it ought to be… maybe a little too generous, that’s all. So because you’re a nice, pretty girl… next time be a little more careful about the company you pick, whatever why not? Well, but… But you are here, ain’t you? Yes, but I shouldn’t be. And if you really knew me, you’d know I don’t want to be here. Well, I… I picks only them as wants my company. I’m sorry, was my fault. What you sorry about? I am not. Well then let’s just for-say that we were foolish… and the next time we’ll have drink will drink to one another’s health, eh? Suppose it was all in fun when you kissed me. Yes. It wasn’t all in fun then, I know that. Well, goodbye and good luck. Oh, come on John, don’t be stuffy. After all, the lady wasn’t injured and neither was I or anyone else. I imagine she might be a tempting morsel in an off moment. What do you mean, off moment? Yours, according to your theory. I imagine that graphic kiss I just witnessed was the momentary triumph… of the evil in your soul over the good, eh? Correct? Yes, yes, I don’t think it was a triumph but it was an attack. But one which would’ve been repulsed even without your help John, I assure you. Don’t you think you’d run less personal risk if you… confine your experiments to laboratory? That’s where you’ll find me from tonight on until I get what I’m looking for. I’m worried John, he ought to have let us know. He’ll be along. Maybe is all for the best Dr. Jekyll. That wasn’t my son in there. It was as if the evil one had crept into his heart, my poor Sam. Burke, take Mrs. Higgins home. Yes sir, I walk her. Oh, thank you Dr. Jekyll. Thank you. Good night, Mrs. Higgins. Good night doctor, good night. Hello Dr. Jekyll, how are you? Good evening Mr. Weller. Just in time sir, just locking up. You wait half a moment until I fix this thing over here… I’ll walk up to the east gate with you. Wonderful nights we’re having sir. And don’t you believe a word about this here comet… and the world coming to an end business. If you ask me it don’t amount to a row of beans. Newspaper talk, that’s what I calls it, don’t you believe it sir. Just step down to Lloyd’s and take out an insurance policy… and it won’t cost you any more than it did last week when there was no talk of a comet… or the world running into one. And those are the fellows that know what they’re talking about sir… you take that from me. Mr. Weller, here’s a point. If you had a balloon that could carried a man to Mars and the pilot you’re picked… suddenly disappeared, would you get in the balloon yourself and cast off? A balloon? Oh, that’s a good one sir, I think you got me there. I don’t know though, if I’d a balloon that take me there… and back mind you, I don’t know that I wouldn’t have a go at it. Might get me away from me mother in law for a while. How’s that for an answer Dr. Jekyll? Fair enough Mr. Weller, fair enough.



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