This is Charles Dickens' classic story about the trials and redemption of Ebenezer Scrooge. Dickens found his Ebenezer Scrooge in an Edinburgh graveyard; Roger Worrod's performance takes Scrooge back to his Scottish roots, providing what has been called "the finest Christmas Carol on the market".
Regular price: $14.95
When Simon Dyers was commissioned to design a museum exhibition in the sleepy market town of Gilchester, he had expected a few weeks of relaxing work, away from the frenetic chaos of London, his main worry being to convince the Museum's board of directors that his ideas were what they needed. He didn't expect to have to compete with the brutal murder of the local vicar. When a second murder is discovered, it is a "wake up" call that puts Gilchester "on the map" in quite a different way from what they could expect from Simon's new exhibition.
Regular price: $19.95
This is an unabridged diary kept by actor/writer/director Roger Worrod from January to March 2008, when he was the only passenger on the Grey Fox, a 192 meter-long mixed-cargo boat, from Belgium to South Africa. He went around South Africa by train and on a return trip with the Grey Fox to the Netherlands and on to Switzerland. This was a journey through space and time to re-find his father 60 years after his first voyage to Cape Town on the Winchester Castle, in 1948.
Regular price: $6.95