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  • Santa for President | Mo Rocca,Russell G. Jones,Connie Ray,Shaina Feinberg,Jo Firestone,Willy Appelman,Phoebe Tyers,Helen Coxe,T. J. Mannix,Lauren Ashley Smith

    Santa for President

    • ORIGINAL (22 mins)
    • By Mo Rocca, Russell G. Jones, Connie Ray, and others
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    Santa Claus enters the race for President as the ultimate outsider candidate. Featuring Rachel Dratch and Tom Ligon. Written by Mario Correa, and produced by Jonathan Mitchell. With Mo Rocca, Russell G. Jones, Connie Ray, Shaina Feinberg, Jo Firestone, Willy Appelman, Phoebe Tyers, Helen Coxe, T.J. Mannix, Lauren Ashley Smith, Bill Rohlfing, Mario Correa, Kerry Kastin, Louis Kornfeld, and Benjamin Correa. Commissioned by NPR's All Things Considered.

  • Shirley Valentine | Willy Russell

    Shirley Valentine

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 23 mins)
    • By Willy Russell
    • Narrated By Willy Russell
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    Straight from the authors mouth! Recorded at The Everyman Theatre in Liverpool in 1994, this recording has all the poignancy and wit of the hit film, combined with the intimacy of a solo show.

    Deborah Cox says: "Witty yet poignant"
  • The Wrong Boy | Willy Russell

    The Wrong Boy

    • ABRIDGED (6 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Willy Russell
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    The extraordinary first novel from the internationally acclaimed playwright. Raymond Marks is a normal boy, from a normal family, in a normal northern town. His dad left home after falling in love with a five-string banjo; his fun-hating gran believes she should have married Jean-Paul Sartre: 'I could never read his books, but y'could tell from his picture, there was nothing frivolous about Jean-Paul Sartre.'

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