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  • A Small Town in Germany (BBC Radio 4 Drama) | John le Carré

    A Small Town in Germany (BBC Radio 4 Drama)

    • ORIGINAL (2 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By John le Carré
    • Narrated By Kenneth Haig, Bernard Hepton
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    You're not to disturb, annoy or offend. They're walking on a knife edge out there, anything could tilt the balance.' Missing: one junior diplomat and 43 of the British Embassy's most confidential files. The timing is alarmingly significant: with neo-Nazi riots and radical student demonstrations, the threat to Germany's security is all too apparent. Britain's own Alan Turner is sent in, with instructions to tread carefully at all costs. But will he find the missing man and the files before the political situation erupts?

    Die Falknerin says: "Period piece"
  • Among the Russians | Colin Thubron

    Among the Russians

    • ABRIDGED (2 hrs and 58 mins)
    • By Colin Thubron
    • Narrated By Kenneth Haig
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    Among the Russians is a marvellous account of a solitary journey by car from St. Petersburg and the Baltic States south to Georgia and Armenia. A gifted writer and intrepid traveller, Thubron grapples with the complexities of Russian identity and relays his extraordinary journey in characteristically lyrical style. This is an enthralling and revealing account of the habits and idiosyncrasies of a fascinating nation, along with a sharp and insightful social commentary on Russian life.

  • Behind the Wall | Colin Thubron

    Behind the Wall

    • ABRIDGED (3 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By Colin Thubron
    • Narrated By Kenneth Haig
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    Having learned Mandarin, and travelling alone by foot, bicycle, and train, Colin Thubron set off on a 10,000-mile journey from Beijing to Tibet, starting from a tropical paradise near the Burmese border and reaching the windswept wastes of the Gobi desert and the far end of the Great Wall. What Thubron reveals is an astonishing diversity, a land whose still unmeasured resources strain to meet an awesome demand, and an ancient people still reeling from the devastation of the Cultural Revolution.

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