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Scene of the Crime (2008) BBC Radio (MP3 192kbps)

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Name:Scene of the Crime (2008) BBC Radio (MP3 192kbps)

Total Size: 92.74 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-12-18 23:17:46 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-20 16:15:07



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Scene of the Crime.txt (Size: 92.74 MB) (Files: 7)

 Scene of the Crime.txt

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 Torrent downloaded from radioarchive.cc.txt

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 01 Scene of the Crime - From the River's Mouth 20080204 BBC R4.mp3

19.09 MB

 02 Scene of the Crime - One Man Band 20080205 BBC R4.mp3

19.11 MB

 03 Scene of the Crime - The Best Little Country in the World 20080206 BBC R4.mp3

18.83 MB

 04 Scene of the Crime - Twelve Noon 20080207 BBC R4.mp3

19.13 MB

 05 Scene of the Crime - Blackfriars Bridge 20080208 BBC R4.mp3

16.58 MB
 

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Scene of the Crime 04-02-2008 - 08-02-2008

1/5. From the River's Mouth.
A week of stories by leading crime writers, beginning with a tale by Stella Duffy, read by Samantha Bond. Producer Elizabeth Allard

2/5. One Man Band. By Frances Fyfield
A man returns to the sea-front shelter where he experienced both cruelty and kindness 50 years previously. Read by David Horovitch. Producer Amber Barnfather

3/5. The Best Little Country in the World By Louise Welsh.
A recently arrived Polish man contends with the language barrier on the streets of Glasgow. Read by Kenny Blyth.

4/5. Twelve Noon. The series of short stories by leading crime writers continues with a tale by Sophie Hannah. A woman standing in a car park struggles to interpret an enigmatic sign, yet remains determined to resolve a moral dilemma. Read by Julia McKenzie.

5/5. Blackfriars Bridge. This series of short works by leading crime writers ends with a specially commissioned story by Anthony Horowitz retelling, in humorous vein, the detailed planning of the perfect crime set against the sounds of the famous London landmark. Read by Robert Bathurst.



From the Rradio Times

Frances Fyfield and Anthony Horowitz are among the great writers who have created a short story especially for Radio 4 this week. But it is From the River's Mouth by Stella Duffy (Monday) that offers the most gripping narrative. Read by Samantha Bond, she voices the River Thames as a seductive but malign temptress, luring people to join her and then never letting them go. This is hostage-taking with a deep undercurrent of evil.

Type : mpeg 1 layer III
Bitrate : 192
Mode : stereo
Frequency : 44100 Hz
Length : 01:07:32
Encoder : Lame 3.97
Source : Freeview

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