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  • by Maxx-Audio
    £3.99

    Afirmacje to pozytywne twierdzenia, wykorzystujące mechanizmy autosugestii i medytacji. Posiadają moc wpływania na podświadomość, która kontroluje nasze przekonania i zachowania. Stosując je systematycznie, zaczynamy identyfikować się z ich treścią, a w efekcie odpowiednio dostrajamy nasze myśli. Odpowiednio sformułowane, dostosowane do zamierzonego celu, afirmacje stanowią potężne narzędzie, które może realnie przybliżyć do osiągnięcia upragnionej zmiany. „Afirmacje miłości" skupiają się na otwartości na miłość na każdej płaszczyźnie życia, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem relacji partnerskiej. Słuchacz będzie wizualizował sobie szczęście w związku z idealnie dopasowaną osobą oraz związane z tym poczucie spełnienia i miłości.Sesję afirmacyjną warto wzmocnić wizualizacjami - wyobrażać sobie, że cel został już osiągnięty i próbować poczuć pozytywne emocje z tym związane.Nagranie składa się z afirmacji klasycznych, czyli treści odbieranych świadomie, a także przekazu podprogowego, który odbierany jest poniżej świadomej percepcji słuchowej.

  • by Alan Bennett
    £3.99

    A radio adaptation of Alan Bennett's short autobiographical play, originally directed by Nicholas Hytner for the National Theatre. Alan looks back on his early life with affection and sadness, revisiting some of the themes and conversations of his memoir 'A Life Like other People's'. Both he and his mother are seduced by the idea that other people's lives are much richer and fulfilling than their own. But when they do, finally, have cocktail parties, they are not at all what his mother would have envisaged.... Alan is played by Alex Jennings and Alan Bennett, supported by the original National theatre cast of Gabrielle Lloyd, Jeff Rawle, Sue Wallace and Derek Hutchinson.

  • - (Discworld Novel 4)
    by Terry Pratchett
    £5.99

    Although the scythe isn't pre-eminent among the weapons of war, anyone who has been on the wrong end of, say, a peasants' revolt will know that in skilled hands it is fearsome.For Mort however, it is about to become one of the tools of his trade. From henceforth, Death is no longer going to be the end, merely the means to an end. He has received an offer he can't refuse. As Death's apprentice he'll have free board, use of the company horse and being dead isn't compulsory. It's the dream job until he discovers that it can be a killer on his love life...

  • by Terrance Dicks
    £8.49

    Louise Jameson reads a gripping novelisation of a classic TV adventure for the Fourth Doctor, as played by Tom Baker. The TARDIS lands in a primeval forest, and the Doctor meets Leela, a warrior banished from her tribe. He learns that an ongoing war between the Sevateem and the Tesh was instigated by Xoanon, the god they both worship. In reality an all-powerful computer, Xoanon is possessed by a desperate madness directly related to the Doctor - one which only the Time Lord can rectify!In order to do battle with Xoanon the Doctor must escape, not only from the savage practices of the Sevateem, but also from the mind-controlling impulses of the Tesh. Louise Jameson, who played Leela in the BBC TV series, reads Terrance Dicks's unabridged novelisation of the 1977 TV serial by Chris Boucher. (P) 2022 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (c) 2022 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

  • - Seismic shifts in school behaviour
    by Paul Dix
    £8.49

    In this abridged audiobook version of his bestselling title, Paul Dix talks you through the book's hugely influential behaviour management approach - an approach whereby expectations and boundaries are exemplified by people, not by a thousand rules that nobody can recall. Each chapter, as in the paperback, focuses on a particular theme and offers an abundance of sensible, down-to-earth strategies geared to help you form your own unique behaviour blueprint in your school and classroom. The Testing, Watch out for and Nuggets sections have been removed for this audiobook, but the indispensable advice on how to involve all staff in developing a whole school ethos built on kindness, empathy and understanding remains. Narrated by Paul Dix himself, this audiobook is suitable for teachers and school leaders - in any setting - who are looking to upgrade their approach to school behaviour. Run time: 182 minutes. When the Adults Change Everything Changes was a silver winner 2017 Foreword INDIES Awards in the Education category.

  • - Stop pleasing, start living
    by Glennon Doyle
    £21.99

    Brought to you by Penguin.'Untamed will liberate women - emotionally, spiritually, and physically. It is phenomenal.' (Elizabeth Gilbert, author of City of Girls and Eat Pray Love)Who were you before the world told you who to be? Part inspiration, part memoir, Untamed explores the joy and peace we discover when we stop striving to meet the expectations of the world, and instead dare to listen to and trust in the voice deep inside us. From the beloved New York Times bestselling author, speaker and activist Glennon Doyle.For many years, Glennon Doyle denied her discontent. Then, while speaking at a conference, she looked at a woman across the room and fell instantly in love. Three words flooded her mind: There. She. Is. At first, Glennon assumed these words came to her from on high but soon she realised they had come to her from within. This was the voice she had buried beneath decades of numbing addictions and social conditioning. Glennon decided to let go of the world's expectations of her and reclaim her true untamed self. Soulful and uproarious, forceful and tender, Untamed is both an intimate memoir and a galvanising wake-up call. It is the story of how one woman learned that a responsible mother is not one who slowly dies for her children, but one who shows them how to fully live. It is also the story of how each of us can begin to trust ourselves enough to set boundaries, make peace with our bodies, honour our anger and heartbreak, and unleash our truest, wildest instincts.Untamed shows us how to be brave. And, as Glennon insists, 'The braver we are, the luckier we get.'(c) Glennon Doyle 2020 (P) Penguin Audio 2020

  • - The BBC Radio 4 fantasy drama series
    by Sebastien Baczkiewicz
    £12.49

    The first four series of the original BBC Radio 4 fantastical drama series set in a world almost, but not quite, like our own. Paul Hilton stars as William Palmer, the immortal, reluctant and unthanked hero protecting mankind from an enemy they resist believing in: the Grey Folk. Thrilling, dark and contemporary, the dramas are set in a recognisable present day, but one haunted by the folktales of the British Isles: drowned villages, changeling children, werewolves and unruly nature spirits. Duration: 11 hours 40 mins.

  • - The Classic BBC Radio 4 Full-Cast Dramatisations
    by C.S. Lewis
    £11.49

    C.S. Lewis's acclaimed and universally loved novels spring to life in these spellbinding full-cast BBC dramatisations. Anyone who's visited Narnia wants to go back again, and these radio dramas make for a hugely entertaining first-time or return journey, with a cast including Bernard Cribbins, Maurice Denham, Richard Griffiths, Martin Jarvis, Sylvester McCoy, John Sessions, Fiona Shaw and Timothy Spall. The Magician's Nephew: When Polly and Digory discover some magic rings, they begin the most exciting and dangerous journey of their lives - and encounter the mighty lion Aslan... The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: Lucy, Peter, Edmund and Susan enter a magical world of talking fauns and flying horses, where the evil White Witch has cast Narnia in perpetual winter. The Horse and His Boy: Shasta and his talking horse Bree flee from a life of slavery and head for the freedom of Narnia, facing many perils along the way. Prince Caspian: Peter, Susan, Lucy and Edmund are called upon to help Caspian free Narnia of his evil uncle's regime and reclaim freedom and happiness. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: Edmund, Lucy and Eustace join King Caspian on a perilous mission to find his friends, the seven lost Lords of Narnia. The Silver Chair: Jill and Eustace set out to find King Caspian's lost son, and in the grim land of the Earthmen they encounter the wicked Green Lady. The Last Battle: The King is in danger, and Narnia faces its darkest hour. Eustace and Jill must help its people fight for the future of the once-glorious kingdom.

  • by Paul Noble
    £6.49

    No grammar tests. No memory drills. No chance of failure.Welcome to Learn with Paul Noble - a unique, tried and tested language learning method that has been used by almost a million people to speak fluently and confidently in no time at all.Take your German to the next level with Paul Noble's simple, relaxed approach to learning that has been proven to succeed every time. Unlike more traditional language learning courses, Paul Noble's unique method has no grammar tests, no memory drills and no chance of failure. Just listen, interact and learn wherever you are.In this audiobook, Paul will help you build on your existing German knowledge and give you the confidence to independently construct sentences and speak German fluently in a variety of scenarios. Language learning has finally become quick, easy and effortless.This 8 hour course also includes a handy downloadable booklet to help reinforce your learning.Next Steps is an intermediate course, for non-beginners, which follows on from the Learn German with Paul Noble for Beginners - Complete Course.

  • by Dirk Maggs
    £9.49

    In this thrilling radio drama, Batman has been crippled by his fiercest foe ever: Bane, a villain of superhuman strength, cunning and evil. Gotham City is reeling from the shocking news that Batman is confined to a wheelchair. Who will now protect the innocent from the dangerous inmates of Arkham Asylum, whom Bane has released? A new hero - Azrael - takes up the mantle of the Bat. But Azrael is a more brutal Batman than Bruce Wayne, and far more eager to punish the guilty than to protect the innocent. Will he destroy Gotham City in order to save it? On audio for the first time, this fantastic full-cast adventure stars Bob Sessions, Michael Gough, Peter Marinker and Kerry Shale, and it comes from the renowned producer Dirk Maggs, of 'Superman' and 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' radio fame. This stunning audio production was first aired on BBC Radio 1, and its cliffhanging, all-action adventure can now be heard uninterrupted and remastered - complete with dazzling sound effects and specially composed orchestral music.

  • - The BBC Radio 4 comedy series
    by Sanjeev Kohli & Donald McLeary
    £9.49

    First broadcast in 2007, Fags, Mags and Bags delivers shop-based shenanigans and over-the-counter philosophy, courtesy of Ramesh Mahju and his trusty sidekick Dave. Ramesh has built his shop up over the course of 30 years, and it is a firmly entrenched feature of the local area. He is ably assisted by Dave, a forty-something underachiever who shares Ramesh's love of the art of shopkeeping, even if he is treated like a slave. Then of course there are Ramesh's sons Sanjay and Alok, both surly and not particularly keen on the old-school approach to shopkeeping. However, they are the natural successors to the business, and Ramesh is keen to pass all his worldly wisdom on to them - whether they like it or not...Series 1: Raising Keenan, The De-Magowaning of Ramesh, Wall of Crisps, Build the Titanic, The Festival of Maltodextrin, January February. Series 2: Beansy, Beansy, Beasny, Beansy, Beansy, Skeletor Attack, Rameshtonite, All the Best, Cousin Wacko, Confectionary McEnroe.Series 3: Jack Black's Black Jacks, Mr Majhu Goes To Lenzie, The Wrath of Khan, The Lenzie Splicer, Bacon Punctuation and The Fall of Phallon and the Rise of Bugatox. Series 4: Foam Wizards, Magical Mister Murgatroyd, The Bewerdine Spectrum, Evil Nabarra, Ayabassa Alan, John Craven's Fjallraven.

  • - BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramas
    by Sebastian Baczkiewicz
    £9.49

    Paul Hilton stars as Pilgrim in the final three series of the award-winning BBC Radio 4 supernatural drama by Sebastian Baczkiewicz. In 1185, William Palmer was making pilgrimage to Canterbury. Unbeknown to him, his fellow pilgrim was the King of the Greyfolk. When William claimed that the Church would eradicate belief in the Faerie world, he was cursed by the Faerie King and condemned to walk forever between the worlds of magic and of men. In these three series, Pilgrim continues on his mission to preserve the uneasy balance between the two worlds and protect mankind from an enemy they resist believing in. His quests include searching for the 'Radiant Boy', a sinister harbinger of impending death; acquiring copper, silver and gold to rescue a group of people trapped in a mine by a malevolent spirit; and tracking down and punishing a former friend who has betrayed him. After so many centuries, will his curse be lifted and his wanderings finally come to an end? Starring Paul Hilton as the immortal, reluctant and unthanked hero, this award-winning series weaves together ancient myths, magic and contemporary realism to create a dark, thrilling and enchanting fantasy epic that will stay with you long after Pilgrim's story ends. Duration: 9 hours approx.

  • by Adam Buxton
    £11.49

    INCLUDES AN EXCLUSIVE BONUS PODCAST WITH JOE CORNISH'An affectionate and revealing account ... Funny, sad, real, rueful.' The Times'Warm, rambling and self-aware' GuardianThe long-awaited, rambling, tender, and very funny memoir from Adam BuxtonRamble/E ramb(E )l/Verb1. walk for pleasure in the countryside.'Dr Buckles and Rosie the dog love rambling in the countryside.'2. talk or write at length in a confused or inconsequential way.'Adam rambles on about lots of consequential, compelling and personal matters in his tender, insightful, hilarious and totally unconfused memoir, Ramble Book.'Ramble Book is about parenthood, boarding school trauma, arguing with your partner, bad parties, confrontations on trains, friendship, wanting to fit in, growing up in the 80s, dead dads, teenage sexual anxiety, failed artistic endeavours, being a David Bowie fan; and how everything you read, watch and listen to as a child forms a part of the adult you become. It's also a book about the joys of going off topic and letting your mind wander.And it's about a short, hairy, frequently confused man called Adam Buxton.

  • - The hit BBC Radio 4 Australian Trilogy shows
    by Sarah Kendall
    £5.99

    'A mini masterpiece of tragicomic storytelling' **** - The TimesMulti-award-winning storyteller Sarah Kendall brings her critically-acclaimed, funny and moving live shows to audio. In the first trilogy of shows, each takes us on a trip, giving us a unique snapshot of small-town life in Australia in the late eighties and early nineties. At a time when most people were seeing Australians through the filter of Home and Away and Neighbours, Sarah presents a darker underbelly to the stereotype of the sun-loving, happy-go-lucky Aussie teenager. The second trilogy jumps backwards and forwards in time and place, offering a single show in three parts. Sarah presents a collection of seemingly unrelated short stories and memories, which together combine to form a narrative that grapples with the interconnectedness of life and the nature of luck. These cinematic stories blend comedy and tragedy in equal measure; Sarah always keeps the big laughs coming without ever diminishing the drama. Her tales blend intricate narratives with a cast of memorable characters, bringing events to life in front of your very ears. The first episode - 'A Day in October' - won Best Scripted Comedy (Longform) at the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2018, the 2018 Writers' Guild Award for Best Radio Comedy, and was the Silver ARIA winner for Best Storytelling. Trilogy 1Part 1: A Day in OctoberPart 2: TouchdownPart 3: ShakenTrilogy 2Part 1: Seventy-Three Seconds Part 2: One-Seventeen AMPart 3: Seventy-Five Years Written and performed by Sarah Kendall. First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 as 'Australian Trilogy: Series 1' and 'Australian Trilogy : Series 2'. Produced by Carl Cooper. Photo credit: Rosalind FurlongA BBC Studios Production. 'An ode to all the ugliness and beauty of adolescence' The Guardian'Truly brilliant.' ***** - Chortle.co.uk 'Her tale is funny, tender and has a finale that absolutely knocked the wind out of my sails' ***** - The Herald Scotland

  • by Allan Ahlberg & Janet Ahlberg
    £5.99

    Penguin presents Funny Bones: The Collection by Allan Ahlberg, read by Stephen Mangan. An audio collection of the perennially popular Funny Bones books by Allan AhlbergFeaturing: Funnybones, The Pet Shop, The Black Cat, Bumps in the Night, Give the Dog a Bone, Dinosaur Dreams, Skeleton Crew and Mystery Tour.

  • - The Record-Breaking Sunday Times Number One Bestseller
    by Richard Osman
    £11.99

    Brought to you by Penguin. THE FIRST BOOK IN THE #1 BESTSELLING, MULTI MILLION COPY SELLING SERIES BY TV PRESENTER RICHARD OSMAN. Read by Lesley Manville, soon-to-be star of The Crown. Featuring an exclusive Q&A between Richard Osman and Marian Keyes. In a peaceful retirement village, four unlikely friends meet up once a week to investigate unsolved murders. But when a brutal killing takes place on their very doorstep, the Thursday Murder Club find themselves in the middle of their first live case. Elizabeth, Joyce, Ibrahim and Ron might be pushing eighty but they still have a few tricks up their sleeves. Can our unorthodox but brilliant gang catch the killer before it's too late?'The best escapist listen of the year ... [Lesley Manville] skilfully immerses herself in Richard Osman's characters, making the most of his comic flair.' AUDIOBOOK OF THE WEEK - The Times 'Smart, compassionate, warm, moving and so VERY funny' Marian Keyes 'A great read, I really enjoyed it' Graham Norton 'So smart and funny. Deplorably good' Ian Rankin 'Thrilling, moving, laugh-out-loud funny' Mark Billingham CrimeFest Audible Sounds of Crime winner: Best Audiobook 2021 (c) Richard Osman 2020 (P) Penguin Audio 2020

  • - Performed and Read by Andy Stanton
    by Andy Stanton
    £9.49

    The complete Mr Gum audio collection, read by the author and with music and sound effects'Worryingly splendid' - The GuardianShabba me whiskers! It's a bumper box set of stories featuring that old rotter, Mr Gum! And not just him - there's also his trusty sidekick Billy William the Third, the little girl called Polly, the very wise man Friday O'Leary, the gingerbread man named Alan Taylor and the angry fairy who lives in Mr Gum's bathtub. So step into the weird and wonderful world of Lamonic Bibber for some barking bonkers adventures!Includes: You're A Bad Man, Mr Gum!; Mr Gum and the Biscuit Billionaire, Mr Gum and the Goblins, Mr Gum and the Power Crystals, Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear; What's for Dinner, Mr Gum?; Mr Gum and the Cherry Tree and Mr Gum and the Secret Hideout.Described as 'the craziest, funnest, most amazing books for children in the world', the internationally bestselling Mr Gum series has won everything from the Blue Peter Book Award (twice) to the Roald Dahl Funny Prize and the Red House Children's Book Award. These eight stories are read by author Andy Stanton, with specially recorded additional music and sound.Cover illustration by David Tazzyman.

  • by Jean Adamson & Gareth Adamson
    £6.99

    Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of Topsy and Tim: The Complete Audio Collection by Jean and Gareth Adamson, read by Daniel Weyman and Kate Rawson.Topsy and Tim are always finding fun adventures in the real world, and this collection of stories is perfect for young children having first experiences of their own.A collection of twenty-six audio stories with fun sound effects and music. Stories include: Topsy and Tim's First Sleepover, Topsy and Tim Go on An Aeroplane, Topsy and Time Go on Holiday, Topsy and Tim Go to the Hospital, Topsy and Tim Go to the Dentist, Topsy and Tim Go to the Zoo, Topsy and Tim Have a Birthday Party, Topsy and Tim Learn to Swim, Topsy and Tim Meet Father Christmas, Topsy and Tim Move House, Topsy and Tim's Sports Day, Topsy and Tim: The New Baby, Topsy and Tim Visit London, Topsy and Tim At the Farm, Topsy and Tim Go Camping, Topsy and Tim Go on a Train, Topsy and Tim Go to the Doctor, Topsy and Tim Have Itchy Heads, Topsy and Tim Have Their Eyes Tested, Topsy and Tim Help a Friend, Topsy and Tim Meet the Firefighters, Topsy and Tim Meet the Police, Topsy and Tim Play Football, Topsy and Tim: Safety First, Topsy and Tim Start School.

  • - Five full-cast dramatisations
    by Lindsey Davis
    £9.49

    Full-cast BBC Radio 4 dramatisations of the first five Falco novels by Lindsey Davis, starring Anton Lesser as Marcus Didius Falco.The Silver Pigs:One fine day, A.D. 70, Sosia Camillina quite literally runs into Marcus Didius Falco on the steps of the Forum. It seems Sosia is on the run from a couple of street toughs, and after a quick and dirty rescue, P.I. Falco wants to know why. Hoping for future favors from Sosia's powerful uncle, Falco embarks on an intricate case of smuggling, murder, and treason that reaches into the palace itself.Shadows in Bronze:Rome, AD 71. Against his better judgement, Marcus Didius Falco secretly disposes of a decayed corpse for the Emperor Vespasian, then heads for the beautiful Bay of Naples with his friend Petronius. But this will be no holiday: they have been sent to investigate the murderous members of a failed coup, now sunning themselves in luxurious villas and on fancy yachts in Neapolis, Capreae, and Pompeii. Venus in Copper:A small accounting error has left Marcus Didius Falco sharing a cell with a large rat. But the Roman Empire's most hard-done-by investigator is finally bailed out, and promptly accepts a commission to help a family of freed slaves fend off a professional bribe....The Iron Hand of Mars:Falco is dispatched to one of the most hostile parts of the Empire to deliver a new standard, an iron hand, to one of the legions. Germania is cold, wet, dismal, and full of dark forests inhabited by bloodthirsty barbarians, but Falco has an even bigger problem to worry about: he has forgotten Helena Justina's birthday, and she is being pursued by the Emperor's son Titus Caesar. Poseidon's Gold:Returning to Rome after his mission to Germania, Falco finds that his mother is being harassed by a centurion named Censorinus, who says he is chasing a debt owed to him by Falco's late brother Festus. When Falco refuses to cough up the money, he and Censorinus end up fighting... and later, the centurion turns up dead. Under suspicion of murder, Falco must confront his past and uncover his brother's secrets before he can clear his name and solve the mystery.These funny and fast-moving adaptations are a treat for all Falco fans.Cast:Falco... Anton LesserHelena... Fritha Goodey/Anna MadeleyPetronius...Ben CroweMa...Frances JeaterPa...Trevor PeacockVespasian ...Michael Tudor Barnes Titus ...Jonathan KeebleDramatised by Mary CutlerDirected by Peter Leslie WildSound quality varies due to the age of these recordings.

  • by Simon Armitage
    £3.99

    A BBC Radio 4 drama documentary in which Sophie (Rachel Austin) tells her own story through a series of poignant poems written by the award-winning poet Simon Armitage alongside her mother, Sylvia Lancaster, remembering her daughter's shortened life. Originally broadcast as the 'Afternoon Play' on 11 March 2011. 'Black Roses: The Killing of Sophie Lancaster' is an elegy to the young gap-year student who was murdered in Stubbeylee Park, Bacup, Lancashire, on August 24th 2007. Aged twenty, Sophie suffered fatal injuries while cradling her boyfriend Rob's head in an attempt to protect him from a ferocious attack by a group of youths. Rob survived but Sophie went into a coma and never recovered. Sophie was an intelligent bookish child who showed signs of wanting to be different from an early age. Political, vegetarian, a pacifist, Sophie had left school with A-levels and was thinking about what to do with her future, when it was taken so brutally from her. Written by Simon Armitage and featuring Rachel Austin as Sophie Lancaster, with an interview with Sylvia Lancaster.

  • - 17 BBC Radio 4 full-cast crime dramas
    by Various & Danny Brocklehurst
    £11.49

    Seventeen stories from the gritty crime series created by Danny Brocklehurst, starring Hugo Speer as Manchester detective John Stone. This collection brings together Series 1 to 4 of this intelligent detective drama, tackling morally ambiguous, complex and challenging subjects. DCI Stone and his team investigate a series of brutal murders and missing person cases, among other grisly crimes.Starring Hugo Speer as DCI John Stone, Craig Cheetham as DI Mike Tanner and Deborah McAndrew as DS Sue Kelly.Directed by Nadia Molinari, Stefan Escreet, Charlotte Riches and Pauline Harris.Episode guide:Mary Shane by Danny Brocklehurst: Stone is investigating the high profile case of a missing teenage girl, when 80-year-old Mary Shane confesses to murdering three people 60 years earlier.The Ties that Bind by Damian Wayling: A body dredged up from a lake implicates an ex-police officer and a respected headteacher.Dead Fishes by Chloe Moss: A young man with Down's Syndrome admits to killing his mother.God's Witness by Danny Brocklehurst: A woman witnesses the murder of a young boy by a notorious gang.The Deserved Dead by Danny Brocklehurst: Stone and his team investigate the brutal murder of a known sex offender.Collateral Damage by Martin Jameson: Stone investigates the death of Gary Taylor, a veteran of the Iraq War suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.The Bridge by Cath Staincliffe: When university student Matt falls to his death from a railway bridge, Stone and his team embark on a murder investigation.The Night by James Rye: Stone investigates the sexual assault of the wife of one of his team, and uncovers a dark secret.Sleep Tight by Cath Staincliffe: Two-year-old Brianna disappears one night from her family home.Demons by Martin Jameson: A young man, Emir, is fatally stabbed in a Manchester street in front of his twin brother, Jamal.Taken by Richard Monks: A man of Polish descent is attacked in the lead up to local elections.One of Our Own by Danny Brocklehurst: A fellow police officer is found critically injured on the notorious Marinduque Estate.Something to Do by Martin Jameson: A young boy is discovered badly injured and left for dead.Blood by Vivienne Harvey: DCI Stone gets in the ring to investigate the murder of a promising young thai kick boxer.Heart of Darkness by Gurpreet Bhatti: A schoolgirl's body is found in a park in the poor part of town.Mother Love by Richard Monks: Jean fights to defend her son Matthew after he is arrested for downloading child pornography.

  • by Wayne Forester
    £8.49

    Ladybird presents Ladybird Tales, a bright, richly adventurous audio story-telling experience. Re-imagining classic fairy tales in a magical audiobook collection. Perfect for entertaining the little ones aged 5 and up. Featuring immersive sound design and beautifully composed music to whisk the whole family away on a magical adventure. This collection of twenty-eight classic tales contains:The Three Billy Goats GruffJack and the BeanstalkCinderellaThe Gingerbread ManThe Three Little PigsAladdinThe Princess and the FrogHansel and GretelChicken LickenLittle Red Riding HoodBeauty and the BeastThe Magic Porridge PotThe Little Red HenPinocchioSleeping BeautyGoldilocks and the Three BearsThe Big PancakePuss in BootsRapunzelThe Elves and the ShoemakerThe Enormous TurnipThe Little MermaidThe Ugly DucklingThe Emperor's New ClothesSnow WhiteThe Princess and the PeaDick WhittingtonRumpelstiltskin

  • - The BBC Radio 4 stand-up comedy show
    by Alfie Moore
    £9.49

    Ever wondered what sort of a police officer you might make?Alfie Moore spent eighteen years on the Humberside police force before turning to stand-up comedy. In each episode of this live stand up show, he takes his audience through a scenario based on a real life case, and tasks them with deciding how they would have acted in the circumstances. From drink driving to a missing gnome, road traffic collisions to the tricky subject of Stop and Search, not to mention a case in which you must imagine what it would be like if Bruce Lee came from Scunthorpe and had been hammering the kebabs for twenty years...Along the way Alfie spills the beans on what it's really like to be one of Britain's finest, tells us some great anecdotes about law breakers and makers that he's come across and gets his audience to divulge secrets about their own, sometimes less than strictly law-abiding lives."e;Genuinely funny, sharp observational comedy....deftly done"e; - Chortle"e;Brilliantly funny, genuinely hilarious"e; - David Mitchell"e;A large dash of police gallows humour"e; - The Telegraph"e;Offbeat, revealing and very funny"e; - Daily Mail"e;A very funny man"e; - Rhod GilbertSeries 11: Duncan Driver2: Peaceful Protest 3: Ethel's Day OutSeries 21: Gobby Nobby2: An Englishman's Home3: Trevor the Twoc'er4: Spliffhanger (or Searching Question)5: Help, I'm Being Harassed6: Property PredicamentSeries 31: Barry the Burglar2: Punching Judy 3: Cedric the Gnome4: Collision Decision Written and performed by Alfie MooreProduced by Alison Vernon-Smith

  • by Tom Wrigglesworth, Miles Jupp & James Kettle
    £9.99

    Listen in on award-winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth's family phone calls in these five fantastic series'A keenly observed, comical joy' Stuart Heritage, The GuardianIn these 24 episodes, Tom Wrigglesworth phones home for his weekly check-in, giving us a funny, fascinating glimpse into his family background and the influences that have shaped his temperament, opinions and hang-ups. As the conversations unfold, Tom takes time out from the calls to explain the situation and his parents' reactions, and relate various anecdotes from the past which illustrate his family's views.And sometimes he just needs to sound-off about life's everyday annoyances. There's the fact his parents don't trust him with his own car or sister, some terrifying stag weekend shenanigans, a neighbourly good deed that lands Tom in trouble and a dodgy exchange on a train. Meanwhile, Mum and Dad deal with a problematic package holiday, a flood at the family home, an unexpected Christmas visitor and some new neighbours - while Gran enters the cut-throat world of competitive well-dressing, tries to help Tom with a 'gambling situation' and gets involved in smuggling.But amid the trials and tribulations, there are triumphs, as Dad celebrates a milestone in governmental reform, Mum learns to drive and Tom recounts a milestone in his own life - the arrival of his newborn twin daughters.Tom Wrigglesworth's Hang-Ups lets us eavesdrop on the Wrigglesworth clan in all their dysfunctional glory - so sit back and enjoy a bit of totally legal phone hacking in thesehilarious helpings of down-the-line adventures.Tom Wrigglesworth stars as himself, with Judy Parfitt, Rita May and Elizabeth Bennett as Granny, Paul Copley as Dad, Kate Anthony as Mum and Amy Wrigglesworth as Amy.

  • - The Book and Its Faiths
    by John Barton
    £12.49

    WINNER OF THE 2019 DUFF COOPER PRIZEPenguin presents the audiobook edition of A History of the Bible by John Barton, read by Ralph Lister. The Bible is the central book in Western culture, yet extraordinarily there is no proper history of it. This exceptional work, by one of the world's leading Biblical scholars, provides a full account of how the different parts of the Bible came to be written; how some writings which were regarded as holy became canonical and were included in the Bible, and others were not; what the relationship is of the different parts of the Bible to each other; and how, once it became a stable text, the Bible has been disseminated and interpreted around the world. It gives full weight to discussion of the importance of the Tanakh (Old Testament) in Judaism as in Christianity. It also demonstrates the degree to which, contrary to widespread belief, both Judaism and Christianity are not faiths drawn from the Bible texts but from other sources and traditions. It shows that if we are to regard the Bible as 'authoritative' it cannot be as believers have so often done in the past.

  • - Nine episodes of the BBC Radio 4 series
    by David Ashton
    £9.49

    Brian Cox stars as the Victorian detective in a further nine episodes of the BBC Radio 4 seriesInspired by the real-life memoirs of one of Scotland's first policemen, James McLevy prowls the dark streets of 1860s Edinburgh bringing criminals to justice, with the assistance of Constable Mulholland.Behind the Curtain: A theatrical landlady receives a chilling death threat.A Voice from the Grave: Summertime, and the heat is on as McLevy tracks a brutal killer.The Dark Shadow: A jewel theft brings an infamous criminal within McLevy's grasp.Servant of the Crown: The detective joins Her Majesty's protection squad to hunt an assassin.A Piece of Cake: A top chef is the toast of the city - but burglary and murder are on the menu.The Sea Change: There's something fishy about the Fair's star attraction, the lovely Little Mermaid.Sins of the Fathers: A runaway bridegroom and a blackmailer spell double trouble for McLevy.The Devil's Disguise: The Devil comes a-calling for the detective on Halloween.Christmas Special: McLevy stalks a supernatural thief who is haunting the streets of Edinburgh.Written by David Ashton, these atmospheric radio dramas co-star Siobhan Redmond as Jean Brash and Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Constable Mulholland.

  • by Nick Butterworth
    £4.99

    Percy and his animal friends have delighted readers around the word for over thirty years! Here you can listen to six fantastic park adventures, performed by Jim Broadbent.Percy the park keeper works hard looking after the park and his animal friends who live there. But Percy still likes to find time for some fun and games. And of course in Percy's Park there's always time for a story...This fantastic collection brings together six entertaining adventures:The Secret Path (Text copyright (c) Nick Butterworth 1994)The Rescue Party (Text copyright (c) Nick Butterworth 1993)Percy's Bumpy Ride (Text copyright (c) Nick Butterworth 1999)After the Storm (Text copyright (c) Nick Butterworth 1992)The Treasure Hunt (Text copyright (c) Nick Butterworth 1996)One Snowy Night (Text copyright (c) Nick Butterworth 1989)

  • by Jimmy Perry & David Croft
    £12.49

    Twenty-six episodes from the third BBC Radio series starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn, plus the pilot episode of It Sticks Out Half a MileIn 1973 the BBC adapted its hit wartime TV series for radio, featuring the original television cast and characters. Three series were broadcast between 1974 and 1976, with episodes adapted by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.Now you can enjoy once again these unique recordings, with a supporting cast including John Laurie, Arnold Ridley and Ian Lavender. Among the twenty-six episodes are A Man of Action, Keep Young and Beautiful, Absent Friends, The Deadly Attachment, Things That Go Bump in the Night, My British Buddy, Asleep in the Deep, Time On My Hands and Is There Honey Still for Tea? Also included is the 1981 pilot episode of the radio sequel to Dad's Army, It Sticks Out Half a Mile, starring Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier.Also in this set is a sixteen-page PDF booklet with comprehensive programme history, synopses for all Series Three episodes, original transmission dates, photographs and cast biographies.

  • by P.G. Wodehouse
    £10.99

    A rollicking collection of six acclaimed dramatisations of P.G Wodehoue's Jeeves & Wooster novels, starring Michael Hordern and Richard Briers as Jeeves and Wooster. Also featuring Maurice Denham, Paul Eddington, David Jason, John Le Mesurier, Miriam Margolyes, Jonathan Cecil, Liza Goddard and Patrick Cargill. In The Inimitable Jeeves, Aunt Agatha is forcing Bertie to get engaged to the formidable Honoria Glossop. Can Jeeves save the day? Right Ho, Jeeves sees mayhem breaking out at Brinkley Court, but there are more brains in the Wooster household than just Jeeves... In The Code of the Woosters, who would think that a silver cow-creamer could cause so much trouble? Uncle Tom wants it and Aunt Dahlia is blackmailing Bertie to steal it. In Jeeves: Joy in the Morning, Steeple Bumphleigh is a village to be avoided for Bertie, as it contains the appalling Aunt Agatha. Still, there are good deeds to be done. Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit finds Jeeves in for a few surprises when returns from his annual shrimping holiday in Bognor Regis. In Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves, Madeline Bassett and Gussie Fink-Nottle's engagement is on the rocks, and poor Bertie's next in line for the fair maiden's hand. PUBLISHER'S NOTE: As of August 2019, the dramatisations have been re-ordered into their correct order, by original publication date- The Inimitable Jeeves, Right Ho, Jeeves, The Code of the Woosters, Joy in the Morning, Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit and Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves

  • - The Complete
    by Anthony Trollope
    £11.49

    One of the most respected, successful chroniclers of nineteenth-century life, Anthony Trollope is still widely-read and much-loved today, and The Barchester Chronicles - witty moral comedies with a wonderful range of characters - are among his most popular tales. The first in the series, The Warden, finds Rev. Harding forced to question the moral basis of the life he is leading; and in the sequel, Barchester Towers, the Reverend is now plain Mr Harding, bound up in a tale of intrigue, hypocrisy and ambition that will delight the listener. Dr Thorne is a gripping drama of wealth and wedlock; while Framley Parsonage tells the story of a naive, ambitious young clergyman whose unwise associations bring him to the brink of ruin. The Small House at Allington explores the power of devotion, in the form of Lily Dale's love for self-seeking Adolphus Crosbie. Finally, The Last Chronicle of Barset sees the most popular characters from Trollope's earlier novels, including the Proudies, Lily, Mr Harding and Archdeacon Grantly, reunited in a moving tale of honesty triumphing over hypocrisy. Nearly twenty hours of ironic, witty and wonderfully written drama is contained in this box set. With a star cast including Brenda Blethyn, Eleanor Bron, Kenneth Cranham, Anna Massey, Leo McKern, Simon Russell Beale and Amanda Root, it is guaranteed to appeal to all fans of Trollope's comic masterpieces.

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