Life and Laughing: My Story - Michael McIntyre (Audiobook, MP3)
Michael McIntyre has become Britain's biggest comedy star. His debut stand-up DVD was the fastest selling of all time, only to be eclipsed by his second that sold over 1.4 million copies and was the 2009 Christmas number one. He hosts his own BAFTA nominated BBC1 series, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, and won the British Comedy Award for Best Live Stand-up in 2009 following his record breaking fifty-four date Arena tour.
This exciting new series of non-fiction readers provides interesting and educational content, with activities and project work. The readers are graded at six levels, suitable for students from age 8 and older. They can support Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).
Read and discover all about the materials that people use to make products ... How is glass made? What are microchips?
The world's foremost expert on the English language takes us on an entertaining and eye-opening tour of the history of our vernacular through the ages. In The Story of English in 100 Words, an entertaining history of the world’s most ubiquitous language, David Crystal draws on one hundred words that best illustrate the huge variety of sources, influences and events that have helped to shape our vernacular since the first definitively English word—‘roe’—was written down on the femur of a roe deer in the fifth century.
Colleagues, friends, and lovers know Dodge Hanley as a private investigator who doesn’t let rules get in his way—in his private life as well as his professional one. If he breaks a heart, or bends the law in order to catch a criminal, he does so without hesitation or apology. That’s why he’s the first person Caroline King—who after a thirty-year separation continues to haunt his dreams—asks for help when a deranged stalker attempts to murder their daughter ...
This novel is based on a 19th Century novel and explores notions of relationships and literature, with three alternate endings to the story.
Tells the story of Charles Smithson's infatuation with the unusual Sarah Woodruff, whilst being engaged to a young lady of a good family and a considerable dowry. John Fowles re-creates the feel of a Victorian novel. He also wrote "The Collector" and "The Magus".
Unabridged and read by Paul Shelley. 17 hours 7 mins duration. 14 CD's