When Sir Henry Farrington, owner of the greatest racing stable in England, died, there was tremendous speculation as to who would inherit his estate. Sir Henry’s relatives all had expectations.
John Doremus was an American announcer who had that rare talent for being able to tell a story … he could hold a listener’s interest, and had a warm, easy and mellifluous voice – all with a sort of ‘campfire yarn’ style of delivery.
The Secret Adventures of The “the tooth … the whole tooth … and nothing but the tooth”
Newton J. Snookers, a student of dentistry has never forgotten his childhood days when, each time he lost a tooth and placed it under his pillow, his father would sneak into his room and replace it with a coin.
When Belinda Barry’s wealthy husband was killed and her daughter, Gina, injured, Belinda kept secret the fact that she had been driving the car and looked for someone to take care of her, and Gina.
Volume 1) – Narrator, Henry Simon, tells the stories of people whose records are kept in the (fictitious) Missing Persons Bureau in London.
People who, in everyday life, encounter strange and unusual problems which then lead them to be reported as ‘Address Unknown’. Each CD contains 15 x 24 minute self-contained stories.
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It’s here already! Volume 12 of The Passing Parade walked in the door late yesterday and has now been added to the shop. On this Volume, John Doremus narrates more fascinating stories which include Genghis Khan, Tchaikovsky, Fatty Arbuckle, Louis Renault, Marion...read more
We’ve been gradually introducing multi-buy options to our on-line shop. This makes it easier to buy a variety of CD’s from the same series, eg The Castlereagh Line, Night Beat, Address Unknown, The Passing Parade and Yes, What? By going to the shop and clicking on...read more
Volume 11 of The Passing Parade has just arrived – in stock and in the shop! More great stories presented by John Doremus, with tracks including the story behind Moby Dick, Sigmund Freud, Balmoral Castle, Billie Holiday and The Man They Couldn’t Hang. A total of 50...read more