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  • Richard III: The Final 24 Hours | Marcella Mayfair

    Richard III: The Final 24 Hours

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Marcella Mayfair
    • Narrated By David Seys
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    August 22, 1485, Bosworth, Leicestershire. By noon the King of England, Richard III, will be dead and his naked body will be on route to Leicester. This is the story of Richard's final 24 hours, told in a compelling minute-by-minute countdown, which ends with this final heroic battle charge and his death on the field at Bosworth.

  • Lights, Camera, Jemuru: Adventures of a Film-Maker in Ethiopia | Bob Maddams

    Lights, Camera, Jemuru: Adventures of a Film-Maker in Ethiopia

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By Bob Maddams
    • Narrated By David Seys
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    Lights, Camera Jemuru - Adventures of a Film-Maker in Ethiopia is the remarkable true-life story of a high-flying adman who swapped his expense account lifestyle in London to go and teach in a back-street community film school, Gem TV, in Addis Ababa. Bob Maddams spent years living and working in Ethiopia and filming took him and the Gem TV filmmakers all over the country; from shanty towns and famine feeding stations to the rock hewn churches of Lalibela and the source of the Blue Nile.

  • The Rhodora Letters | Rosemary Seys

    The Rhodora Letters

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 3 mins)
    • By Rosemary Seys
    • Narrated By David Seys
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    Tony and Rosemary Seys (nee Rothschild) left England in 1949, which still suffered from the ravages of the Second World War, to build a new life in Kenya. They bought a farm in the highlands east of Lake Victoria which they called Rhodora and where they planned to settle and help the local population. They wrote a weekly newsletter back to their families in the UK, which many years later Rosemary Seys edited into a fascinating account of little known aspects of African colonial life at that time.

    Jean says: "Fascinating"
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