Peopletalk is a non-profit group, comprising of British trained actors, writers, producers, musicians, short film and documentary makers who have combined their areas of expertise in order to provide a free internet audio book, anecdotal story and social history documentaries site.
Wed, 5 September 2012
Dear Mr. Killick,
I write to you firstly to complement you and the Peopletalk family for the superb and outstanding work you are doing for the benefit of audio book enthusiasts.
I greatly enjoyed the wonderful audio book series you produced on the authoritative book 'Cleopatra' by Jacob Abbott which was read by Sandra Ventris in a way that has been acknowledged by all of your website fans as being simply fantastic and marvelous!
Judging by the comments recorded in the comments section of your website, I think this audio book series was the greatest hit and it really stimulated interest in the subject.
I was wondering if you'll be producing another audio book series of this type in the near future, and if you do intend to do so, might I suggest you choose Jacob Abbott's 'Hannibal' for production. I think it would be really awesome if you could produce an audio book for it, as I am sure those of your website fans who enjoyed Abbott's 'Cleopatra' will definitely enjoy this one too since it belongs to the same genre and is written with the same unique and captivating style.
I hope I am not being presumptuous in making this humble suggestion since I honestly believe it will be a great idea and it will prove very beneficial for those who are interested in this kind of stuff.
The book I have suggested is easily accessible online and has many free e-versions like the one that has been made available by Project Gutenberg at: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/27551/27551-h/27551-h.htm
I look forward to a favourable reply.
And please do keep up the good work!
A Peopletalk enthusiast from Aligarh (UP),
Again, I just wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying 'The Call of Africa' - I feel I am there with you on your adventure - I feel the heat and the noise and colour. Waiting with baited breath for the next episode.
posted by: URSULA
Reviewer: iDandrea - Subject:
Rare treat Something everyone should hear before venturing into Alaska. I've heard many tales in the past but this author, Basil Sands, has personally lived there. He colorfully shares his perspective mixing in humor with the details. Sands is a skilled writer and orator who, being aware of his audience, draws in the listener. Due to some of the content I would rate it -PG. Why not listen to Basil Sands "Our man in Alaska."
Dear Nigel, I recently discovered peopletalk's wonderful high quality audio productions and have listened to a number of your short stories and interviews. Thank you and your team of fine actors and actresses for giving the listener such good quality recordings. I'm a South African English teacher in Italy and have recommended your site to all my upper level students. After listening to the moon man interview.
I look forward to listening to many more wonderful stories on Peopletalk.
Margaret Brizzolari posted by: Margaret.
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Fri, 5 March 2010
Heather Taylor is a Canadian writer and actress who left the un-congested lands of Canada's endless open prairies; where Albertans talk slower and enjoy more space: and travelled halfway around the world, choosing to live in one of the most crowded places on the planet, England. In these six episodes Heather highlights the strange and sometimes unexpected experiences of her new home while interacting with the local inhabitants; their strange customs and exotic architecture make Heather feel that she has stepped into a different world. She gives us, the listener an insight into her thoughts from the New World to her experiences of living in the old world of Shakespeare surrounded by millions of people. Please go to the blue listing on the left of this page and then go to the audio books to get our full audio books catalogue. Episode One: Episode One Episode Two: The Strange and Wonderful World of Food Episode Three: Why I'm here instead of there Episode Four: A Sporting Life Episode Five: Stuck in the middle of News Episode Six: Going Home
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