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Moby Dick Podcast

by Herman Melville Product Details Host Herman Melville Narrator Doug Brown Description Moby Dick by Herman Melville. Read by Doug Brown.


Radio 4’s adaptation of Midnight’s Children would have been unthinkable a few years ago

Bold programming by the powers-that-be at Radio 4 meant it was possible to listen to all seven episodes of Ayeesha Menon’s adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children in a single day on Tuesday, exactly 70 years since independent India was born, and Pakistan created. Four and three-quarter hours of meticulously crafted drama (directed by Tracey […]


Galway radio drama set to national broadcast

Radio drama – recorded in the Flirt FM Studios in NUI Galway to be heard on Newstalk 106-108fm BY KERNAN ANDREWS  Galway Advertiser, Thu, Aug 17, 2017 A Pilot’s Honour producer Alan Meaney, director Jason Gill, and actors Joe Steiner and Martina Dolan. A LOCALLY made radio drama – recorded in the Flirt FM Studios […]


Creative Mind

by Ernest Holmes Product Details Author Ernest Holmes Narrator Seth D. Anderson Publisher LearnOutLoud.comUnabridged Edition Running Time 2 Hrs. 23 Min. User Rating   3.5  <!– Stars Based on 20 ratings –> Stars Based on 20 ratings Description With the Creative Mind, Ernest Holmes explains that each soul stands in the midst of an eternal creative […]


Tides of History from Wondery by Patrick Wyman

History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme, said Mark Twain. From the fall of the Roman Empire to the rise of the modern world: history ebbs and flows over the centuries, driven by great tides of economic, social, political, religious, and cultural change that shape the world and everyone who lives on it. […]

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Molly Mae sets sail for prime-time radio debut

AN Innerleithen schoolgirl is set to make her acting debut next month – on prime time radio along with stars such as Jason Donovan and Toby Jones. Molly Mae McCusker will appear in the radio adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s best-selling novel, Alone on the Wide Wide Sea. The seven-year-old from St Ronan’s Primary had never […]


First edition of HG Wells’ ‘The War of the Worlds’ doubles estimate at £11,000

Martians land in Surrey and terrorise much of southern England in tripedal war-machines equipped with death-rays before finally succumbing to terrestrial bacteria. That, put very simply, is the story line of HG Wells’ 1898 novel, ‘The War of the Worlds’, an apocalyptic vision that retains an iconic place in the realms of science fiction. The […]