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  • Alan Bennett reads five more extracts from Untold Stones, his major collection of new writings Untold Stories. Alan Bennett's first major collection of prose since his bestselling Writing Home.
  • Alan Bennett reads three further chapters from Untold Stones, his major collection of new writings.
  • Alan Bennett presents highlights from his remarkable career at the BBC.
  • A critically-acclaimed double bill of Alan Bennett plays, originally performed at the National Theatre and adapted for BBC Radio 4...
  • A fresh vision of Britain's greatest story: The epic of King Arthur - from his conception in sorcerous lust, to the shining wonder of his...
  • Badgers in my vest is a new, darkly funny play by an acclaimed contemporary playwright, based on an incident in Dylan Thomas' life.
  • Nearly five decades of theatrical anecdotes as David Barry {Frankie Abbott in 'Please, Sir!) recalls working with the likes of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh...
  • When artist Tim Lefens walked into the care center for people with cerebral palsy, he had a life-changing experience. Because of his passion and determination, he and his student-artists emerged to...
  • Robb White knows everything there is to know about getting on the water and staying there as long as you possibly can. While still a young boy, he built his first boat, hewn from the tin roof of an...
  • Recorded live for BBC Radio 4, Hymn is a memoir of music in childhood, written by Alan Bennett and George Fenton
  • Maeve talks about hearing her work on audio, narrated by her cousin and friend Kate Binchy...
  • The tie-in to the Disney Pictures release starring Mark Wahlberg - the true story of the NFL’s oldest rookie...
  • Terry Wogan tells the story of his journey from Irish childhood to chat show host in his own delightfully Iaconic fashion
  • This riveting biography follows Stewart from his childhood shaped by a strong-willed father to the fateful encounter with actress Margaret Sullavan, his first professional theatrical experiences on...
  • Sir John Betjeman was one of the best-known and loved Poet Laureates and even a hundred years after his birth he continues to attract acclaim and admiration.
  • A special tribute edition of Home Truths, hosted by Tom Robinson, including a visit to John Peel's family at 'Peel Acres'...
  • Bill Bryson's hilarious memoir of growing up in middle America in the Fifties - complete, unabridged and read by the author
  • MICHAEL PALIN's diaries begin in the late 1960s and tell how Python emerged and triumphed. Enjoying an unlikely cult status early on, the group then proceeded to tour in the United States and Canada..
  • Neil MacGregor, the Director of the British Museum, marks the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt’s birth in BBC R3’s Sunday Feature ‘Rembrandt 400’...
  • *Stop Press* BBC's Robin Hood audiobook download available in January ! Meanwhile, listen to Richard Armitage, who plays Guy of Gisbourne, talk about his character..
  • Was Jesus actually married to Mary Magdalene? Did they have a child together? In the Secrets of the Code, Burstein attempts to distill expert opinion on the subject.
  • The heroic true stroy of an American soldier and an Iraqi boy.