"The Queen's Voice" Radio 4 Play

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"The Queen's Voice" Radio 4 Play

Postby Gmemg » 31 May 2017, 19:53

This rather engaging little play was broadcast this evening - it was written by the comedian John Finnemore who, in recent years has written a number of extremely amusing an well written Radio series and plays which i have enjoyed very much - this one is about Queen Victoria recording her voice and is rather well done and with period detail which you would think few modern writers would bother with

it's well worth listening to if only for it's amusement factor

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