Monthly Archives: July 2011

Tales of Old 7 – The Collapse

By Dave Schofield projects Read by Jane Osborn A gripping tale of from the mines of north England in the 1800s. At five thirty I hear the back-gate creak and his heavy boots. The stones laid in our yard are … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 6 – I Tre

By Townsend Walker Read by Shawn Robertson Historical Fiction Period: 20th Century Setting: Italy In a narrow cobbled street in the village of San Giovanni nestled in the hills of Calabria, on a Monday night in the summer of 1870, … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 5 – Natural Law

Period: 19th Century By Don D’Ammassa Read by Malcolm Grieve I do so enjoy a picnic,” said Miss Harrington. “I feel that it’s quite important not to lose touch with the natural world. Don’t you agree with me, Mr. Shaw?” … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 4 – History

Period: 20th Century By J.J. Steinfeld Read by Shawn Robertson When the tall man, without knocking or uttering a word, entered the two-bedroom apartment, the small woman inside tried to throw her arms around him. His face was pale and … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 3 – The Friendship of Monsieur Jeynois

Period: Early 1800’s Setting: Napoleonic wars at sea. By William Hope Hodgeson Read by Kevin Harty Read full text Captain Drool and the two mates sat in the cabin and argued, gross and uncouth; but Monsieur Jeynois said nothing. Only … Continue reading

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