Good afternoon - and what a hot and sunny afternoon it is! I'm now getting into a very busy phase of recording activity, which means I have been and will continue to be, tucked up in 'warm' and windowless studios; how fab!
As a result of all this studio time, I'm afraid that this update is going to be more of an information 'blurt' than a proper posting; I need to be travelling very soon and I'm already on the foothills of lateness! And so, without further etc etc, here are some details of the latest audio release:
The Island of Dr Moreau
Shipwrecked in the South Pacific, Edward Prendick finds unlikely
salvation in the company of Montgomery – a disgraced medic bound for
distant shores, in charge of an unusual cargo.
Their destination is a mysterious jungle isle where the night is split
by terrible cries, and where inhuman creatures walk upright on two legs.
When Prendick meets the man who lays down the law, he realises that his
nightmare is only just beginning.
For this is… The Island of Doctor Moreau.
Ronald Pickup (Doctor Moreau), John Heffernan (Edward Prendick), Enzo Cilenti (Montgomery),
David Shaw-Parker (Captain/ Constans), John Banks (Mate-LV/ M'Ling/ Satyr-Man),
Tim Bentinck (Helmar/ Captain John Davies/ Ape-Man), Daniel Goode (Seaman/ Mate-I, Dog-Man).
Written by HG Wells
Dramatised and Directed by Ken Bentley
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As a slight afterthought: if you are a Wells fan and would like to hear some of his best known novels, unabridged and read by me, scroll down this blog for further information and details of how to obtain copies (should you wish!) from Fantom Films, who published the stories earlier this year.
...all for now, more just as soon as it happens!