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  • The Castle: Complete Series 4 | Kim Fuller,Paul Alexander

    The Castle: Complete Series 4

    • ORIGINAL (2 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Kim Fuller, Paul Alexander
    • Narrated By James Fleet, Neil Dudgeon, Martha Howe-Douglas, and others
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    Hie ye to The Castle, a rip-roaring sitcom starring James Fleet (The Vicar Of Dibley), Neil Dudgeon (Life Of Riley), Martha Howe-Douglas (Horrible Histories), & Ingrid Oliver (Watson & Oliver)Lovelorn daughters, paparazzi who work for What Ho Varlet! magazine, designer codpieces, and the invention of central heating: this is medieval England seen from a 21st century comedy perspective.

    Lori says: "Funny"
  • Affluenza | Oliver James

    Affluenza

    • ABRIDGED (5 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By Oliver James
    • Narrated By Oliver James
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    There is currently an epidemic of 'affluenza' throughout the world - an obsessive, envious, keeping-up-with-the-Joneses - that has resulted in huge increases in depression and anxiety among millions. Over a nine-month period, bestselling author Oliver James travelled around the world to try and find out why. He discovered how, despite very different cultures and levels of wealth, affluenza is spreading.

    Amazon Customer says: "We Were Poor, But We Were Happy"
  • A9 (Afternoon Play) | Helen Cooper

    A9 (Afternoon Play)

    • ORIGINAL (43 mins)
    • By Helen Cooper
    • Narrated By David Warner, Rebecca Saire, Oliver Cotton, and others
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    Article 9 of the Tokyo Judgement at the end of WWII withdrew from the Japanese constitution the state's right of belligerency. Traumatised and guilt ridden for having killed enemy soldiers in war, Bernard has to attempt to coerce his children to continue his life's work, and makes their awaiting inheritance dependent on their abandoning their present careers and dedicating their lives to the promotion of A9.

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