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  1. The Silence of Scheherazade Audiobook The Silence of Scheherazade
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  2. Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want Audiobook Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want
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  3. Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food Audiobook Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food
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  4. A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders Audiobook A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders
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  5. Such a Quiet Place Audiobook Such a Quiet Place
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  6. 1979 Audiobook 1979
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  7. The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal Audiobook The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal
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  8. Land of Big Numbers Audiobook Land of Big Numbers
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  9. Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose Audiobook Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose
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  10. What We Find Audiobook What We Find
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Rich Hall's (US) Breakdown: BBC Radio stand up and sketch comedy Audiobook

Rich Hall's (US) Breakdown: BBC Radio stand up and sketch comedy

Author: Nick Doody, Rich Hall Narrator: Nick Doody, Rich Hall Release Date: April 2020

Comedian Rich Hall takes an acerbic look across the pond at US politics, from the closing stages of the 2016 election to the 2020 race for the White House ‘I could listen to Hall for ever. His laconic, hilarious intelligence and beautiful use of language is always a delight’ Miranda Sawyer, The Observer Welcome to Washington D.C.'s favourite political phone-in show, as multi award-winning comedian (and American citizen) Rich Hall and a selection of comedians from both sides of the Atlantic reflect on the latest political events in the United States. Using a combination of stand-up, sketch and interview, Rich Hall’s US Breakdown broadcasts live from the fictional IBBC network in Washington to the whole of America, as Rich and his producer Nick Doody take calls from every corner of the country to hear the concerns of voters and give us their take on the issues troubling the US electorate. Speaking to American pundits, comics and the man on the street, the series guides us through the chaotic circus of a presidential race and offers an insight into the unfolding drama of Donald Trump’s presidency. Hall muses on Trump’s first 60 days in office, and first 12 months, breaks down the result of the US midterms and weighs up the relative merits of the candidates seeking the Democratic Presidential nomination in 2020. Enlightening, entertaining and engaging, Rich Hall’s sardonic, satirical take on the state of his nation will appeal to anyone with even a passing interest in US politics. Production credits Written and presented by Rich Hall and Nick Doody With Lewis MacLeod, Debra Stephenson, Mike Wilmot, Karen Bartke, Andrew Maxwell, Jess Robinson, Lewis Black, Alex Edelman, Charlie Wolf, David Feldman, Jena Friedman, Freya Parker, Desiree Burch, Emma Sidi, Jen Kirkman Additional material by Ben Partridge, Robin Morgan, Sarah Campbell, Gráinne Maguire, Jenny Laville, James Kettle, Laura Major, Mike Shephard Produced by Joe Nunnery Independence Day special produced by Matt Stronge A BBC Studios production First broadcast BBC Radio 4: 19 October-9 November 2016, (Series 1), 22 March 2017 (Special: 60 Days of Trump), 18 January 2018 (Special: 12 Months of Trump), 22 November 2018 (Special: Midterms), 4 July 2019 (Special: Independence Day), 28 November 2019, 1 December 2019

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The Castle: The Complete BBC Radio 4 Sitcom Audiobook

The Castle: The Complete BBC Radio 4 Sitcom

Hie ye to The Castle, a rollicking sitcom set way back then, starring James Fleet (The Vicar Of Dibley), Neil Dudgeon (Life Of Riley, Midsomer Murders), Martha Howe-Douglas (Horrible Histories) & Ingrid Oliver (Doctor Who). Thrill! - as brave knight Sir William De Warenne’s dungeon renovation falls foul of the Health & Safety inspectors Swoon! - as young Lady Anne tries to lose her cut-glass accent in an attempt to get on “The Only Way Is Wessex” Sympathize! - as Lord of the castle Sir John hires the latest top-of-the-range horse, but can’t work out what to do with the built-in “ashtrays” …and Get Out Your Laughing-Spats! as Bates the new valet arrives hotfoot from Downton Abbey... This is medieval England seen from a 21st century comedy perspective complete wit the now-legendary lute jingles. If you’ve ever wanted to hear the medieval versions of Jumping Jack Flash, Mama Mia, I Shot The Sheriff or even Agadoo, this is the series to buy! Sir John Woodstock (James Fleet) is the Lord of the Castle and basically in charge of keeping order in the ramshackle medieval village. Although he hates all that torturing and usually lets the peasants off with a bit of community service. He lives in his huge but slightly falling down castle (but then it was built by the French so what can one expect) with his daughter Anne (Martha Howe-Douglas) and very teenage son Henry (Steven Kynman). Anne’s best friend Charlotte (Ingrid Oliver) nearly always joins Anne on her constant quest to find fit men in the village. And Anne certainly isn’t interested in Sir William De Warenne ('Knight errant, scourge of the Levant') (Neil Dudgeon) who lives across the way. Unfortunately he can’t take a hint and is besotted with Lady Anne and Sir John thinks it a good match. Ah! what is a Lady to do! Cardinal Duncan (Jonathan Kydd) (a man of the cloth – in particular crushed silk which he loves), has to endure De Warenne’s incessant plans to woo Lady Anne and has little time to peruse sweethearts of his own. Which oddly enough, he doesn’t seem to mind... Written by......................................................... Kim Fuller with additional material by Nick Doody& Matt Kirshen Music by Guy Jackson Produced and directed by............................ David Tyler

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Bigipedia: The Complete Series 1-2 Audiobook

Bigipedia: The Complete Series 1-2

Author: Carey Marx, Matt Kirshen, Nick Doody, Sarah Morgan Narrator: Ewan Bailey, Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Nick Doody Release Date: November 2019

Welcome to Bigipedia - the omniscient friend you know from your computer and laser watch takes over your PC for 30 minutes in a unique experiment in broadwebcasting... This is the complete first and second series. Launched on an unsuspecting public, Bigipedia is a massive mash-up of Google, Microsoft, Apple, Wikipedia, My Space, Yahoo and Amazon, all vying for your attention, love, money and occasionally vital organs. Sponsored by Chianti, the world's worst-ever beverage with its series of ever more off-putting straplines ("Chianti - legally, wine"). "A stimulating and brilliantly sustained parody... a radio classic." - Mail On Sunday "Who imagined the internet could be so wikidly comical?" - The Independent on Sunday "A magnificent new comedy inspired by and spoofing the online info site Wikipedia" - The Sunday Times "If you're going to steal, the cliché goes, steal from the best and Bigipedia's influences are solid comedy gold ... the whole project is clearly the project of some very deranged minds" - The Independent "Very clever and ineffably wonderful. But just don't try and follow it sequentially, especially at this time of night. You'll do yourself a mischief.'' - Radio Times Over the first series you can pick your own Audio Screensaver from a choice of "Paris By Night", "Laughing Clowns" or "Duelling Tarzans", meet Felix Richards, the world's most petrified ghosthunter, pay extra to hear the show in more than Monovoice, hear the Bigipedia entry on the mysterious world of The Bee Whisperer. And this week's edition of Bigikids will teach you "How To Be A Spy"!, enjoy the full benefits of having a BigiNanoBot implanted in your brain to fully enhance the sharing experience (or "hive mind") and, if you're feeling any sort of pain or death, take advantage of our free BigiMedic software to allow us to allow you to diagnose yourself. And now - you can enjoy the long-awaited release of Bigipedia 2.0 - the infallible, ever-present cyberfriend is back! Now with all errors mistake. In episode 2, we discover how Bigipedia 2.0 is now bigger, better and closer - so it looks bigger twice! Also, the wisdom of crowds, the joy of deregulated advertising and Bigipedia throughout history. In episode 3, Bigipedia 2.0 launches its own social network, BigiBuzz! Find out what's popular so you can be one of them! Also, Britain's least-haunted House is visited by terrified ghost-hunter Felix Richard and we find out the true meaning of pilk and pleather. And in the final episode, we launch BigiHype - the sure-fire way to raise the profile of a new event or an unpopular charity! Written by Nick Doody, Matt Kirshen & Sarah Morgan with Carey Marx Conceived by Nick Doody Music by Guy Jackson Produced & directed by David Tyler

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The Brig Society: Complete Series 3: The BBC Radio 4 sitcom Audiobook

The Brig Society: Complete Series 3: The BBC Radio 4 sitcom

In the complete third series of the multi-award-winning show, from the makers of "Cabin Pressure" and "Armando Iannucci's Charm Offensive", Marcus Brigstocke examines different facets of life by being put in charge of them. Each week he starts out by thinking “Well, it can't be that difficult, surely?” and ends up with “Oh - turns out it's utterly difficult and complicated. Who knew...?”. Joining him are regular guest stars William Andrews (“Sorry I've Got No Head”) and Margaret Cabourn-Smith (“Miranda”) as well as special guests Justin Edwards and Colin Hoult as they tackle the ills of British society, from the House Of Lords and internet trolling all the way up to the big issues like why a paisley hanky is good for hiding disreputable stains, and how to use toothpaste to fool your landlord. Written by Marcus Brigstocke, Jeremy Salsby, Toby Davies, Nick Doody, Dan Tetsell & Steve Punt. In the first episode, Marcus decides to take his local football team all the way to the top of the Premier League. He finds out about the pure, noble and honest game of football - and also FIFA. Plus he'll be tackling some of the sport's biggest problems, like racism and homophobia - and also FIFA. In Show 2 -“Being A Woman” - Marcus has decided to cross the Gender Gap and become a woman. Expect a clear-eyed assessment of sexism and a doubling of the bathroom candle budget. Ahem. In Show 3, Marcus coughs politely, dons a crumpled linen suit and fibs for Britain as he tries his hand at becoming a diplomat. On the way, he'll look at the history and origins of diplomacy, the training required, and the fact that approximately 60% of the modern British diplomat's work is spent apologizing for Jeremy Clarkson. In the nicely-furnished, affordable Show 4 with very attractive views, Marcus decides to solve the housing crisis. He'll also be building a basement under the studio and knocking down a party wall he shares with The Archers. Good Lord - is exactly what Marcus has become in Show 5 in order to peer under the ermine and see if we really do need that second chamber... Along the way he'll be looking at the history and function of the House of Lords, getting himself a Coat Of Arms, and having a good old rummage in the Woolsack. Please turn your radio over and start listening as, in the final show, Marcus has thirty minutes to retake his GCSEs. During the show he will be sitting a genuine GCSE exam set by the Producer in an attempt to get the bottom of Grade Inflation and also the class.

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The Brig Society: Complete Series 2: Six episodes of the BBC Radio 4 comedy show Audiobook

The Brig Society: Complete Series 2: Six episodes of the BBC Radio 4 comedy show

**Shortlisted for the BBC Audio Drama Award 2015 for Best Scripted Comedy (Studio Audience)**In the complete second hit series from the people who brought you "Cabin Pressure" and "Giles Wemmbley Hogg Goes Off", stand-up comedian Marcus Brigstocke has been put in charge of a thing! Each week, Marcus finds he’s volunteered to be in charge of a big old thing - the European Union, Social Media, the banking system, the farming industry - and each week he starts out by thinking “Well, it can’t be that difficult, surely?” and ends up with “Oh - turns out it’s utterly difficult and complicated. Who knew...?”. Join him and regular guest stars Rufus Jones (“Hunderby”, “Holy Flying Circus”), William Andrews (“Sorry I’ve Got No Head”) and Margaret Cabourn-Smith (“Miranda”) as they tackle the ills of British society, from legalization of drug and bailing out banks all the way up to the big issues – like why isn’t Lambing Live on all the year round and what colour robe to wear in his new religion. Written by Marcus Brigstocke, Jeremy Salsby, Toby Davies, Nick Doody, Dan Tetsell & Steve Punt.In the first episode, Marcus has got himself elected as a Member of the European Parliament. So it’s off to Brussels to meet Europe’s finest parliamentary minds and also UKIP. Along the way, he’ll be examining the history of the EU, its legislative structure, the democratic burden that must be shouldered to promulgate a more humane society and why so many UKIP members wear yellow trousers.Show Two, and Marcus has decided to create his own Social Media site. Please RT. Please Follow. Please Like. Please give all your details to Google and the National Security Agency. And in Show Three, Marcus has Broken Bad and become a drug dealer. He’ll also go on a long personal journey, and along the way he’ll examine the complex interrelationship between legalization, culture, hypocrisy and cheese.Show Four, and it’s both ooh-er and ooh-ar as Marcus has grasped the bull by the horns and become a farmer. After all, what could go wrong? As he himself puts it- “Dairy, livestock, cattle - it’s all grist to my mill.”In the fifth show, glory be, Marcus Brigstocke has decided to form his own religion, based on peace, lovingkindness and probably war. And in the final show of this series, we would like to inform you that Marcus Brigstocke has decided to open a bank. That’ll be £25 please. If you would like to call our customer helpline... that will be another £25

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Bigipedia: Complete Series 2 Audiobook

Bigipedia: Complete Series 2

Author: C. Marx, Matt Kirshen, Nick Doody, Others Narrator: Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Nick Doody, Various Release Date: December 2011

Welcome to Bigipedia - the omniscient friend you know from your computer and laser watch takes over your PC for 30 minutes in a unique experiment in broadwebcasting. Launched on an unsuspecting public, Bigipedia is a massive mash-up of Google, Microsoft, Apple, Wikipedia, My Space, Yahoo and Amazon, all vying for your attention, love, money and occasionally vital organs. Sponsored by Chianto, the worlds worst-ever beverage with its series of ever more off-putting straplines ("Chianto - legally, wine") In the first of the complete four episodes, we enjoy the long-awaited release of Bigipedia 2.0 - the infallible, ever-present cyberfriend is back! Now with all errors mistake. In episode 2, we discover how Bigipedia 2.0 is now bigger, better and closer - so it looks bigger twice! Also, the wisdom of crowds, the joy of deregulated advertising and Bigipedia throughout history. In episode 3, Bigipedia 2.0 launches its own social network, BigiBuzz! Find out what's popular so you can be one of them! Also, Britain's least-haunted House is visited by terrified ghost-hunter Felix Richard and we find out the true meaning of pilk and pleather. And in the final episode, we launch BigiHype - the sure-fire way to raise the profile of a new event or an unpopular charity!

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