"Probably he never had it so good, before."
The meaning is that things were going very well for him - better than they had ever gone before.
"When the Red Army arrived, there was still plenty of material for them to cart away."???????(00:46)When the Red Army arrived, it was still plenty of material for them to cart(?) away.
Here, "cart away" means the same as "haul away" or "dispose of".
This person is not speaking very clearly.?????(03:36)For _______ services(?), ________________(?)
I think he says, "We captured physicists, interrogated them, and they confessed they had had a stockpile of uranium. They buried it - hope they could hide it and keep it away from us."
I think the narrator says, "But the danger's no worry to Eric Brown."
??????(09:36)But the dangers to worry Eric Brown
(Meaning: The danger is no worry to Eric Brown.)
"I was encouraged to (um) have a go at this"-----------------
???????(09:40)I was in ______ ________ ________(?)
"And one felt, as you sat in this - with this aircraft rocking under this power."??????(10:08)If one felt, as you said, this was a aircraft rocking under this power.
"But the temptation was so huge to have a go at this thing."??????(10:31)But the temptation was huge to have a ______ to think.
("Have a go" means to try to do it.)
"It was a jump ahead of me all the time."???????(10:58)It was a jump ahead a ______ of time.
(He felt like the aircraft was ahead of him, his actions the whole time.)
I'm not a teacher - but that's what I hear.
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