Just a tremendous nerd and Tolkien fanatic in Northern Michigan.
I have been a Tolkien fan since I was able to comprehend the written word. This version of the book, besides the obvious advantage of being unabridged, brings back thoughts of a time before my own; when visual media was still in it's infancy, and radio actors were the stars of the day. It is far more difficult to portray a scene without visually perceiving it, and the mixture of Tolkien's impecible writing style as relayed by Rob Inglis' powerful voice (which he does in fact inflect differently for every character. The almost foolish naievety of Pippin as contrasted by the slow, measured and powerful cadence of Gandalf in the first scene being a prime example.) is wonderfully immersive.
Easily the scene that reveals the existence of The Grey Company. His portrayal of Halbarad is easily a favorite (my predisposition to love the Dúnedain notwithstanding)
The entire passage from the Fields of Cormallen to the end of Theoden's funeral feast.