"A Christmas Carol" read by Tom Baker

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"A Christmas Carol" read by Tom Baker

Postby Moderator on January 31st, 2011, 8:31 pm

Dear Tom -

Oh, mumbly, mumbly years ago you read Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol," for a very attentive audience in Eastbourne.

Any chance of doing something like that again?

I would think a CD audio or a DVD video would be very popular, especially around Christmas time as a gift to either give or receive.

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Re: "A Christmas Carol" read by Tom Baker

Postby Tom Baker on February 7th, 2011, 11:35 am

Excellent idea, Dirk. I'll give a thought.

The audience in Eastbourne was a Christmas carol church service for television. I remember the audience being very serious. I could do it differently for a CD - Dickens can be very funny.

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