Audio Books - Classic Novels

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Audio Books - Classic Novels

Postby Gerard Peck on November 14th, 2011, 11:53 am

Hi Tom,

I hope you are well. Firstly I would like to say what an inspiration you have been to my life.
It is thanks to you that I have a passion for the performing arts and am following my dream to become an actor.

Quick question:

I love the work you have done for Audio Go and am really looking forward to the Big Finish releases.
However I do miss the Classic Novels readings you used to do (The Giant Robot, The Brain of Morbuis etc)
I wondered if Audio GO plan to do any more with you. I would love to hear a reading of The Ark in Space by yourself or even the forthcoming novelisation version of Shada would be great!

Thanks for all the happy memories you have given me.

Take care

Gerard
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Re: Audio Books - Classic Novels

Postby Tom Baker on November 21st, 2011, 10:44 pm

Dear Gerard,

Good luck with the acting; it can sometimes be fun and there's always someone to talk to. I'll pass on your remarks about recording the old scripts to BBC AudioGo.

Best wishes

Tom
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