• To the Island of Tides (unabridged)

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David Rintoul takes the listener on a journey to – and through the history of – the fated island of Lindisfarne in To the Island of Tides, an exclusive world-premiere recording of a new book by bestselling author Alistair Moffat. Bill Homewood brings us La Rabouilleuse (The Black Sheep), the follow-up to his profound and memorable recording of Father Goriot; Robert G. Slade explores the formidable and unforgiving Wild West in The Virginian; and Sagar Arya narrates The Bhagavad Gita, the 700-verse Hindu epic that inspired Mahatma Gandhi and many others.

To the Island of Tides (unabridged)

In To the Island of Tides, Alistair Moffat travels to – and through the history of – the fated island of Lindisfarne. Walking from his home…

La Rabouilleuse (unabridged)

Brothers Philippe and Joseph Bridau are completely unlike each other: Philippe, a once courageous soldier and Napoleon’s former…

The Virginian (unabridged)

In this romantic and raw adventure set in the untamed wilderness of Wyoming of 1886, an anonymous college graduate ventures out West…

The Bhagavad Gita (unabridged)

Sanskrit for ‘Song of the Lord’, the Bhagavad Gita is a 700-verse Hindu epic that constitutes part of the faith’s vast cornerstone work…

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