• Fear and Trembling (unabridged)

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Mark Meadows narrates Fear and Trembling by Søren Kierkegaard, a compelling work of philosophy said to have inspired later existentialist philosophers such as Camus and Sartre. Nicholas Boulton evokes the time and landscape of wartime Italy in Norman Lewis’s Naples ’44, an unflinching autobiographical memoir that gives great insight into Lewis’s experiences as a British counterintelligence officer; while Laurence Kennedy explores the culture and conflicts of a unique water-borne society in Wilfred Thesiger’s The Marsh Arabs. It is one of the final recordings by Laurence Kennedy, who sadly passed away in October.

Fear and Trembling (unabridged)

Written from the perspective of an unbeliever, Fear and Trembling explores the paradox of faith, the nature of Christianity…

Naples ‘44 (unabridged)

Naples ’44 is an unflinching autobiographical account of a year in Naples after the armistice and Allied landings in Sorrento in 1943.

The Marsh Arabs (unabridged)

For a period of seven years, Wilfred Thesiger canoed through the marshes at the confluence of Iraq’s Tigris and Euphrates rivers…

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Ghost Stories (unabridged)

This time of year, with its dark evenings and cosy fires, lends itself to the telling of ghost stories. Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw opens very much in this vein: ‘The story had held us, round the fire, sufficiently breathless, …

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