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  • Beautiful Scars: Steeltown Secrets, Mohawk Skywalkers and the Road Home | Tom Wilson

    Beautiful Scars: Steeltown Secrets, Mohawk Skywalkers and the Road Home

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Tom Wilson
    • Narrated By Tom Wilson
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    "Bunny told me there were secrets about me that she would take to the grave, secrets that no one would ever hear, including me...." Tom Wilson always felt something wasn't quite right. His parents, Bunny and George, were much older than other kids' parents. There were no baby photos of him in the house. At school, classmates called him Indian, despite his parents' Irish-Quebecois background. And as he got older, friends, lovers and even family members remarked on his uncanny resemblance to Bunny's closest relative, her niece Janie Lazare....

    David Bouchard says: "Absolutely fantastic!!! "
  • The Masked Man: A Memoir and Fantasy of Hollywood | Tom Wilson

    The Masked Man: A Memoir and Fantasy of Hollywood

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 10 mins)
    • By Tom Wilson
    • Narrated By Tom Wilson
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    Tom Wilson, the actor, comedian, and writer best known for playing "Biff" in the classic movie "Back to the Future," goes on an unplanned adventure after meeting fellow actor Clayton Moore, the man who played The Lone Ranger on T.V., experienced the pitfalls of pop celebrity, and most notably, died over a decade ago.

    A. D. Wheetley says: "Everything You Think, But Completely Different"
  • Like Minded People (BBC Radio 4: Friday Play) | David Eldridge

    Like Minded People (BBC Radio 4: Friday Play)

    • ORIGINAL (56 mins)
    • By David Eldridge
    • Narrated By Ruth Wilson, Tom Brooke
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    This BBC Radio 4 'Friday Play' is a heady mix of marriage, class, and politics, as Gillian and Ray attempt to keep their relationship alive over 25 years of social change. Gillian and Ray meet at University. She's from a privileged background whilst his father works in a hardware shop and his mother's a dinner lady. Despite this disparity, they embark on a relationship - a relationship that may well have burnt itself out except for a car accident that binds them together through a mixture of guilt and need.

    Natasha13 says: "Very well done"
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