Travellers Gazette Box Set
audiobook (Unabridged) ∣ A journey alongside the British Traveller at Home & Abroad: A full-cast audio · The Gazette
By Mr Punch
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We follow in the footsteps of the intrepid British traveller and explore the world both At Home and Abroad, told entirely in the words of those who were there.
The TRAVELLER at HOME Gazette
A fascinating ramble through the towns and villages of the British Isles during the last 400 years in the company of Jane Austen, William Cobbett, Daniel Defoe, James Lees Milne, Sir Walter Scott, Virginia Woolf and many more.
The TRAVELLER ABROAD Gazette
We explore the far-flung shores of the world alongside some of Britain's finest Chroniclers. Join Charles Darwin, Kenneth Williams, Fanny Trollope, Sir Ernest Shackleton, Mungo Park, Horace Walpole, Wilfred Thesiger, James Boswell, Nancy Mitford and many others on your journey.
Performed by an outstanding company of award-winning actors including Dame Eileen Atkins, Cheryl Campbell, Nigel Davenport, Alex Jennings, Richard Johnson OBE, Hugh Laurie CBE, Michael Maloney, Geoffrey Palmer OBE, Michael Pennington, Prunella Scales CBE, Samuel West & John Wood CBE with a full supporting cast.
Also available as part of The Gazettes Box Set, a six-volume edition (Military, Sport & Travel) creating a vivid portrait of British life through the centuries.
It is a highly enjoyable collection. Some pieces are just dazzling. Independent on Sunday
An extraordinary series... deserves a medal. The readers are all excellent and many of them distinguished. The Spectator
From the same stable that produced The Chronicle, my favourite audio this year, I've just listened equally spellbound to a compilation of travellers' tales at home. The Guardian