Oct 5, 2015
GIRL ON THE TORTURE WHEEL By JEFFERSON AMES
This 1940s detective story is an old fashioned pastiche but amusing critique of the war time American private eye genre. It is not politically correct nor dose it shun from being controversial about how the author, chose to write at the time. So, if you can listen with an open ear you might find it a humorous snapshots on times gone by.
Narrated by Malcolm Clarke
Recorded and produced by Nigel Killick
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Malcolm also narrated an Englishman in Brazil
Malcolm Clarke is an English actor who has married a
Brazilian and moved to a small city called Curitiba which is the
capital city of the Brazilian state of Paraná, located in southern
Brazil. In his narration Malcolm gives a vivid
impression of his new life and surroundings. Painting a
colourful picture of his new city and the people. Giving us an
insight into an Englishman's impression of the rich and
diverse cultures of Brazil.
Malcolm sent us more of his observations and thoughts about his new adopted country.
Fear by Achmed Abdullah narrated by Malcolm Clarke Recorded
and produced by Nigel Killick
THE fact that the man whom he feared had died ten years earlier did not in the least lessen Stuart McGregor’s obsession of horror, of a certain grim expectancy, every time he recalled that final scene, just before Farragut Hutchison disappeared in to the African jungle to his death. McGregor stood, spectrally motionless, waiting for the screams to come from the jungle.