In The Answer, John Assaraf, a key team member behind the phenomenal success of The Secret, and business growth expert Murray Smith demonstrate bold, new ways to harness the unlimited power of your mind and imagination in order to achieve exactly what your heart desires.
"A manual for the Brain and Steps to Use It"
A unique collection of 12 full-cast BBC Radio productions of plays by Alan Bennett. The titles are: 40 Years On, A Visit from Miss Prothero, Say Something Happened, Kafka's Dick, Two in Torquay, The Madness of George III, The History Boys, An Englishman Abroad, A Question of Attribution, The Lady in the Van, Cocktail Sticks and The Last of the Sun.
We had cured cancer. We had beaten the common cold. But in doing so, we created something new, something terrible that no one could stop. The infection spread, a man-made virus taking over bodies and minds, filling them with one unstoppable command...FEED.
"So Glad to get a chance to hear these read"
It's easy to get discouraged by the headlines. It can often feel as if God has left the building, like we are on our own. We want to believe God's promises to us, and we search for signs of his continuing restoration of the world in which we live. Now, with passion and heart, two leading experts on Christianity and culture cut through the chaos and uncertainty to show listeners how God is powerfully active and intensely engaged in fulfilling his promise to restore all things unto himself.
Maggie Smith and Jonathan Pryce star in William Wycherley’s raunchy Restoration comedy. Considered too obscene to be staged in its original form for nearly 200 years, William Wycherley’s bawdy comedy tells the tale of Mr Horner, a notorious rake who spreads the false rumour that he is impotent in order to gain free access to other men’s wives. When he meets the young, innocent Margery Pinchwife, the ‘country wife’ of the title, the scene is set for scandal.
"better than I expected"
The award-winning BBC Radio 4 sketch show returns, written by and starring John Finnemore. Winner of the 2015 BBC Audio Drama Award for Best Scripted Comedy with Live Audience, the programme was described as 'one of the most consistently funny sketch shows for quite some time' by The Guardian. The sketches and skits feature Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Simon Kane, Lawry Lewin and Carrie Quinlan.
Sex, violent childhood, fear, fits of rage, belief in destiny: They all played a part in creating the personality of Adolf Hitler. What secrets were in Hitler's life? Psychoanalysis has proven that a person's adult life is determined by his or her childhood. This is the method used to reverse-engineer Hitler in this professional psychological analysis. It looks at his adult life and determines what led him to be the person he became. It reveals many previously unknown characteristics.
A full-cast BBC Radio Scotland comedy dramatisation written by Alexander McCall Smith. An Edinburgh couple on holiday in the Highlands discover that centuries-old tensions are still very near the surface. Starring John Buick, Kenny Blyth, Monica Gibb, and Paul Young.
"Laugh your way into understanding human history"
Clean Comedy. Funny, funny, funny.
"Not what was advertised"
The question of "why" is often asked when the name of Hitler is heard. People watch documentaries on television that show what he did and when, but they never explain why. This new audiobook explores Hitler's motivations and the needs of the people of Germany that catapulted Hitler to power. You can finally understand why the people of Germany would follow Hitler, not because they were forced to, but because they wanted to. You will also discover what drove Hitler so passionately and why he truly believed he was saving the world.
"Weird Man, Weird..."
In July 1915 the hospital ship Maheno leaves Wellington with 70 New Zealand nurses on board. Addie Harrington and Meg Dutton are assigned to the same cabin. Quiet and cautious, Addie is taken aback by her impetuous, fun-loving roommate. The two women seem to have little in common other than a desire to serve their country. But as they care for injured and dying soldiers in Egypt and France, they discover that deep connections can develop under unusual circumstances.
Science fiction? Science fact? You decide. Six light years from Earth, in the galaxy Croakatoria, exists a planet called Amphibia. Some years ago, engineers in a small recording studio in Oklahoma started receiving signals from this small, distant planet. Not just ordinary radio signals, but messages about the happenings of civilized life forms existing on Amphibia.
Six light years from Earth, in the star-system Croakatoria, exists a planet called Amphibia. Some years ago, engineers in a small recording studio in Oklahoma started receiving signals from this small, distant planet - not just ordinary radio signals, but messages about the happenings of civilized life forms existing on Amphibia. If your imagination will allow you to believe that life exists elsewhere, you can now listen and learn about the strange and exciting planet.