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  • Perpetual Light (BBC Radio 3: Drama on 3) | Melissa Murray

    Perpetual Light (BBC Radio 3: Drama on 3)

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 28 mins)
    • By Melissa Murray
    • Narrated By Claire Price, Sian Thomas
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    A new way to remember the dead has been developed. The Maken Corporation can construct an interactive avatar - a perfectly realistic representation of the deceased - in cyberspace, using all the data available on an individual. At first, this appears to be a huge comfort for the bereaved. They can see and speak to their dead. The pain of mourning is eased. But it's a controversial issue, one that divides society and divides families....

  • Pilgrim Series 2: The Drowned Church (BBC Radio 4: Afternoon Play) | Sebastian Bacziewicz

    Pilgrim Series 2: The Drowned Church (BBC Radio 4: Afternoon Play)

    • ORIGINAL (43 mins)
    • By Sebastian Bacziewicz
    • Narrated By Paul Hilton, Claire Price, Judy Parfitt
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    The first play in ‘Pilgrim Series 2’, a collection of four BBC Radio 4 modern-day fantasy adventures written by Sebastian Baczkiewicz and starring Paul Hilton as Pilgrim. ‘The Drowned Church’ was originally broadcast in the ‘Afternoon Play’ slot on 31 August 2010.What if all the myths and folktales of these islands were true? And what if they were not only true but present now in our world?

  • The Water's Lovely | Ruth Rendell

    The Water's Lovely

    • ABRIDGED (4 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Ruth Rendell
    • Narrated By Claire Price
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    Weeks went by when Ismay never thought of it at all. Then something would bring it back or it would return in a dream. The dream began in the same way. She and her mother would be climbing the stairs, following Heather's lead through the bedroom to what was on the other side, not a bathroom in the dream but a chamber floored and walled in marble. In the middle of it was a glassy lake. The white thing in the water floated towards her, its face submerged, and her mother said, absurdly, "Don't look!"'

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