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by Alan Bennett
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A new Radio 4 adaptation of one of Alan Bennett's most well-loved works. In the 1970s, an eccentric old lady called Miss Shepherd lives in an old caravan opposite Bennett's house in Camden.

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by Alan Bennett
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This is the first collection of six individual portraits from the master of the monologue. Performed by the author and five of Britain's leading actresses, Alan Bennett's tales are full of quirky, insightful detail that bring the characters vividly to life.

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by Alan Bennett
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Alan Bennett's gentle, wry observations of life have made him one of the country's best-loved and most famous authors....

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Six more monologues from Britain's foremost writer delivered by the nation's favorite performers....

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This unique anthology of Alan Bennet's BBC radio and television work features extracts from his diaries and readings, as well as tributes to friends Russell Harty and Peter Cook....

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Alan Bennett's three classic BBC Radio full-cast dramas: Kafka's Dick, Forty Years On, and An Englishman Abroad....

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The humorous and moving tale of Miss Shepherd, an eccentric old lady who, by a bizarre series of twists and turns, lived in the author's garden for many years....

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by Alan Bennett
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Following on from the phenomenal success of Writing Home, Alan Bennett reminisces about his early years, from his schooldays to undergraduate life at Oxford University....

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by Alan Bennett
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Alan Bennett's diaries from 1997-2004 are an erudite collection of witty yet poignant recollections told in his own unique voice. Whether appreciating the simple pleasures of nature, or commenting on religion, politics or the arts, his observations are incisive, funny, and yet always meaningful.

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Forty Years On, Alan Bennett's popular stage play, starring Sir John Gielgud, is paired here with one of Bennett's monologues, A Woman of No Importance, starring Patricia Routledge....

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