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  1. Over My Dead Body Audiobook Over My Dead Body
  2. The Whalebone Theatre: The instant Sunday Times bestseller Audiobook The Whalebone Theatre: The instant Sunday Times bestseller
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  6. Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big, 10th-Anniversary Edition Audiobook Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big, 10th-Anniversary Edition
  7. The Murders at Fleat House Audiobook The Murders at Fleat House
  8. Modern Romance: An Investigation Audiobook Modern Romance: An Investigation
  9. Counterfeit Audiobook Counterfeit
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The Quanderhorn Collexion: The complete BBC Radio 4 sci-fi comedy Audiobook

The Quanderhorn Collexion: The complete BBC Radio 4 sci-fi comedy

London, England, 1952. Meet the mercurial genius Professor Quanderhorn (James Fleet) - a maverick scientist with absolutely no moral compass. Join him and his rag-tag crew on their frontal-lobe-knotting escapades as they: · Battle insane hybrid creatures: the Gorrirrel and the Squirrilla, to the death! · Become Gods to a Stone Age tribe · Are engulfed in a Martian invasion of Earth · Escape shipwreck on the Moon in a spacecraft powered by anger · Evade multiple fiendish traps in the Alien Ziggurat of Death · Tussle with a Top Secret Parrot · Become terminally confused when they encounter their past selves in a Time accident... Will our crew of Brave Boffins survive? And what a crew they are: Q's part insect son, Troy, reputedly a 'major breakthrough in Artificial Stupidity' (Freddie Fox); eager young Test Pilot and recovering amnesiac, Brian Nylon (Ryan Sampson); brilliant scientist Dr. Gemini Janussen with her half-clockwork brain (Cassie Layton); captured Martian hostage Guuuurk (Kevin Eldon); sinister janitor Jenkins (John Sessions), and synthetic-voice-commentator-later-inserted-into-diving-suit, Dolores (Rachel Atkins). Plug in your blue and red cardboard airpods and pair your tin foil router with the Droitwich transmitter array for an adventure beyond human understanding. Get it now, in Super-Vis-O-Download-O-Sound! [patent refused] This Collexion includes both series of the BBC Radio 4 sci-fi comedy, plus ten never-before-heard deleted scenes and interviews with the cast and crew. Track listing: Series 1: 1. It's Eating My Face 2. Mummy! My Donkey's Head is Exploding 3. A Little Thing Like Chocolate Gates Can't Stop Us 4. The Splattered Remains of Unidentifiable Organs Incident All Over Again 5. Fear! Terror! Gut-wrenching Horror! Arg Arg. Please! 6. Dah dah dah dah dah dahh Dah dah dah dah dahhh... Series 2: 7. Killdiboos and Universibold Explodibangbang 8. Shoveleth in More Hazlenuts! 9. Wasp 10. I Didn't Say it was Well Cloaked 11. Am I Actually the Other Half of Gemma Emma Emma? 12. I Heregy Thind You Guilky Deleted scenes: 13. Psychopathic Wasp (Series 1, Ep 6) 14. Crockery Cupboard (Series 1, Ep 6) 15. Guuuurk Diary (Series 2, Ep1) 16. Nut Merchant (Series 2, Ep 2) 17. Bongo-playing Beatniks from Under the Sea (Series 2, Ep 4) 18. Martian Training (Series 2, Ep 4) 19. Martian Countdown (Series 2, Ep 5) 20. Churchill Full Speech (Series 2, Ep 5) 21. Quanderhorn Prison Diary (Series 2, Ep 5) 22. Make your own Martian Opera Tracks (Series 2, Ep 6) Cast and crew interviews: 23. Gordon interviews Rob, Andrew and sound designer Alisdair MacGregor 24. Rob and Andrew interview composer Peter Brewis 25. Gordon interviews Freddie Fox 26. Gordon interviews John Sessions 27. Gordon interviews Rachel Atkins and James Fleet 28. Gordon interviews Ryan Sampson and Cassie Layton 29. Gordon interviews Kevin Eldon Cast and credits: Professor Quanderhorn - James Fleet Brian Nylon - Ryan Sampson Dr Gemini Janussen - Cassie Layton Guuuurk - Kevin Eldon Troy Quanderhorn - Freddie Fox Churchill/Jenkins - John Sessions Synthetic Voice/Mrs Bessie Braddock (MP)/Virginia White/Dolores - Rachel Atkins Created and written by Rob Grant and Andrew Marshall Directed by Andrew Marshall Music by Peter Brewis Engineered, Edited and Sound designed by Alisdair McGregor Production Manager: Sarah Tombling Produced by Rob Grant and Gordon Kennedy Recorded at The Soundhouse Studios Special Thanks to Edward Rowett An Absolutely Production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in June 2018 (Series 1) and May 2020 (Series 2).

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Boswell’s Lives: The Complete Series 1-3: A BBC Radio 4 comedy Audiobook

Boswell’s Lives: The Complete Series 1-3: A BBC Radio 4 comedy

Miles Jupp stars as James Boswell, Dr Johnson's time-travelling biographer, with a host of top actors and comedians as his celebrity interviewees 'Blisteringly funny... essential listening' Radio Times Before James Boswell penned a biography of his friend, Dr Johnson, they were both nobodies. But his Life of Samuel Johnson made them famous - so now Boswell's out to work his magic on other celebrities. Travelling through the centuries, he gives 12 legendary figures the Boswell treatment, hoping to do for them what he did for Johnson... Series 1 sees him attempting to write a biography of Sigmund Freud (Henry Goodman) - but it's Freud asking all the searching questions. Talking to Maria Callas (Arabella Weir), he gets up close and personal with her poodle; encountering Harold Pinter (Harry Enfield) he receives his very own 'Pinter pause' and, trying to beat Boris Johnson (Alistair McGowan) at whiff-whaff, he finds he's facing a fiendish opponent. In Series 2, Boswell tries to help Muhammad Ali (Lenny Henry), who's been banned from boxing and is in the wilderness. Interviewing Karl Marx (Julian Rhind-Tutt), he finds himself collaborating on Das Kapital, but on meeting Madonna (Debra Stephenson), he struggles to get into the groove. And will he succeed in immortalising Alan Bennett (Alistair McGowan), or will they simply be talking heads? Series 3 finds Boswell buttonholing Lord Byron (Freddie Fox) to find out if he's really mad, bad and dangerous to know; receiving some lessons in equality from Simone de Beauvoir (Amelia Bullmore); becoming involved in a murder mystery with Agatha Christie (Vicki Pepperdine) and attempting to become a better man under the guidance of Gandhi (Phaldut Sharma). But abstinence drives him to distraction - and worse... Created by scriptwriter and novelist Jon Canter, this engaging, entertaining series won the 2015 Best European Radio Fiction Series or Serial of the Year at the prestigious Prix Europa. Production credits Written by Jon Canter Directed by Sally Avens First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 25 February-17 May 2015 (Series 1), 21 March-11 April 2016 (Series 2), 7-28 March 2018 (Series 3) Cast James Boswell - Miles Jupp Sigmund Freud - Henry Goodman Maria Callas - Arabella Weir Harold Pinter - Harry Enfield Boris Johnson/Alan Bennett - Alistair McGowan Muhammad Ali - Lenny Henry Boxing commentator - Ewan Bailey Karl Marx - Julian Rhind-Tutt Madonna - Debra Stephenson Lord Byron - Freddie Fox Simone de Beauvoir - Amelia Bullmore Agatha Christie - Vicki Pepperdine Rose - Abbie Andrews Gandhi - Phaldut Sharma Mr Fortescue/The Prince of Wales - Clive Hayward (p) 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd © 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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Home Front: The Complete BBC Radio Collection Volume 1 Audiobook

Home Front: The Complete BBC Radio Collection Volume 1

Series 1-5 of the groundbreaking BBC Radio 4 drama charting life on the home front during World War One First heard on radio between 4 August 2014 and 9 November 2018, each episode of Home Front is set exactly one hundred years before the broadcast date, and each follows one character's day. Together they create a mosaic of experience from a wide cross-section of society, mixing historical fact with enthralling fiction to explore how ordinary people coped with daily life in wartime Britain. The story begins in Folkestone, as the first troops march off to the front lines. Soon, families such as the Grahams and the Wilsons begins to feel the impact of war, as the wounded return and first Belgian refugees, then Canadian troops, arrive in the seaside resort. In addition, the White Feather and suffragette movements grow in popularity, and a tide of grief increasingly leads people to thoughts of the hereafter. Industrial Tynemouth, meanwhile, is experiencing a quite different war. The factories and shipyards are at peak production, and more women are joining the workforce. At the munitions factory, owner Geoffrey Marshall and his family must adapt to the changing times - as must workers like Fraser and Edie Chadwick. Tackling themes including the outbreak of war, recruitment, industry, profiteering and spiritualism are some of radio's foremost dramatists including Katie Hims, Sebastian Baczkiewicz and Shaun McKenna. Among the extensive cast are Michael Bertenshaw, Keely Beresford, Freddie Fox, Ami Metcalf, Edmund Wiseman, Barbara Flynn, Mark Stobbart and Toby Jones, with Dame Harriet Walter making a cameo appearance as Emmeline Pankhurst.

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