The End of Gray’s Malaise

The End of Gray's Malaise
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
The End of Gray's Malaise
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It’s been ten million, two hundred and forty eight thousand, four hundred and eighty seven minutes and nineteen seconds since Webster Gray left the walls of his rented flat. However this morning something different is happening. Though Webster Gray remains not only perfectly content but adamantly resolute he will never again venture into the outside world, his own body has other ideas and makes a powerful break for freedom.

We Can All Dream, Can’t We?

We can all dream, can't we?
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
We Can All Dream, Can't We?
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Mary’s husband always said she had too much imagination. Well it doesn’t do any harm… or does it? Mary is a resident in a retirement home full of activities and ‘foreign’ staff. It’s Mother’s Day, and Mary looks through cards from her distant children as she muses on her life. Short and touching audio monologue written and performed by Fiz Marcus

Fred Strangebone’s Weird Pub Crawl

Fred Strangebone's Weird Pub Crawl
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Fred Strangebone's Weird Pub Crawl
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Oddball Fred takes us on a weird and wonderful pub crawl… in his mind.

A Normal Night

A Normal Night
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
A Normal Night
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Simon has had a horrific childhood which he considers to be the reason behind being filled with desire for his girlfriend’s 17 year old sister, Jenny. Tonight she’s staying over.

147

147 - An audio short story from Wireless Theatre
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
147
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The world’s first Tourettes Snooker player – and he’s in the world final. Will he be able to stay quiet with all the tension? Short story from Wireless Theatre, performed by Joseph Elmo Snow. Contains strong language.

Saki Short Stories

Short Stories - Audio MP3s to download free from Wireless Theatre
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Saki Short Stories
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Two darkly comic stories by Saki. Mrs Packletide’s Tiger and The Jesting of Arlington Stringham. Saki was born in Burma and grew up in Devonshire. He was killed in the trenches of WW1.

Elektric Poetry

Elektric Poetry - Audio Poems MP3 Download
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Elektric Poetry
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Elektric Poetry from Elisha Howe. “Born for a reason, as I grew up I realised that I am a performer. A poet at heart, I rap, I sing, I act.” Elektric would like to educate, excite and embrace you all with good music and poetry.

Owen Teale and Mark Lewis, Part Two

Owen Teale and Mark Lewis Part Two
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Owen Teale and Mark Lewis, Part Two
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Owen Teale and Mark Lewis part two. A second instalment of short stories and poetry by Mark Lewis read by Owen Teale (Game of Thrones, Line of Duty) and Mark Lewis. Strong language and adult themes.

Owen Teale and Mark Lewis, Part One

Owen Teale and Mark Lewis Part One
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Owen Teale and Mark Lewis, Part One
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Listen to the rich tones of Welsh actor Owen Teale (Game of Thrones, Line of Duty) and Mark Lewis reading these witty and whimsical poems and tales written by Mark Lewis. Stories of passion and shame, landscapes and coastlines, adolescence and adulthood. Strong language and adult themes.

The Unrest Cure, By Saki

The Unrest Cure
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
Wireless Theatre Short Stories and Audio Poems
The Unrest Cure, By Saki
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Saki’s Unrest Cure. Hector Hugh Munro wrote under the pen name of Saki. He was born in 1870 in British Burma and brought up in Devonshire from the age of 2, by two maiden aunts. They apparently hated each other and would compete to be each more strict and fierce with the child than the other. This may account for some of the cruelty of some of his stories. In 1914 he enlisted as a private, he never really came to terms with authority, but nonetheless he was promoted to Sargent and was killed by a snipers bullet in 1916. His last words, recorded by a fellow solider, were; “put that bloody cigarette out” followed by the sound of a shot. His dark comic stories are his lasting legacy.