Audiobook >>> Duration: 4m 34s >>> Christmas comedy . Does he come down the chimney or use fairy dust? Perhaps he was in your house last night. Did he sneak in during the dead of night? Did he creep about whilst you slept soundly in your bed? But this seasonal intruder isn't interested in whether … Continue reading BREAK TIME AUDIOS: The Christmas Tree Stripper
DailyAudio is the blog that helps you through lockdown with reviews and recommendations on easy to find audiobooks. Today we look at this rare and forgotten gem.
Today Daily Audio reviews the radio series version of the classic BBC television comedy series starring Penelope Keith.
An audio book you can start and finish - all during a coffee break! >> Cretinous III is a procelain millipede, leader of the Ocean Cave Parliament but he is determinted to master the riding of a bycicle >> 3 mins total length . THE MILLIPEDE'S BICYCLE . IF YOU ENJOYED THIS BREAK TIME AUDIO … Continue reading BREAK TIME AUDIO: The Millipede’s Bicycle read by the author
WELCOME to DailyAudio, our attempt to help you through lockdown or self-isolation with recommendation and review of easy to find audio books. So far we’ve looked at Miss Marple, Wind in the Willows and some obscure but worthwhile stuff. Come with us now as today we enter the world of THE MIGHTY BOOSHComedy radio series … Continue reading DailyAudio: The Mighty Boosh
WELCOME the latest entry in a brand new series here on Noscriptforlife.com in which I hope to help you escape lockdown boredom with review and recommendations on easy to track down audio books.So far we’ve looked at Miss Marple, Wind in the Willows and Doctor Who. Continuing in this light hearted vein we come to … Continue reading DailyAudio: Odysseus – The Greatest Hero of Them All
Why is Herman determined to sample Elizabeth II's royal cookies? Find out in this free short audio story.
Broton, Warlord of the Zygons has been a bit naughty again. Please enjoy this short audio adventure.
Ron encounters an unwanted obstacle in his strict daily routine - a terrifying Yorkshire terrier.
Some would call it writer’s block. Me, I call it procrastination. I tried to write, I really did. I started to write several different things but none of them seemed to take off. So, I snapped the laptop shut, as if that was going to solve all my problems. I don’t believe in writer’s … Continue reading Writer’s bunk – a chip off the old writer’s block