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An inspector Calls audio reading with dramatisation

Discussion in 'English' started by bdedja, Oct 31, 2019.

  1. bdedja

    bdedja New commenter

    Hi colleagues,
    Does anyone have a link or a copy downloaded of the unabridged audio version of the AIC?
    We will start reading the book soon but the link from the sound cloud is corrupted and plays it very fast now.
    (https://soundcloud.com/englicious/an-inspector-calls-in-under-60). I liked it because the reading was with the accent and with dramatisation.
    Thank you for your help and support.
  2. CandysDog

    CandysDog Established commenter

    Given it’s called ‘An Inspector Calls in Under 60 Minutes’, isn’t it supposed to be that sped? It wouldn’t fit otherwise.
  3. lunarita

    lunarita Senior commenter

    Try this
  4. CandysDog

    CandysDog Established commenter

    Regarding the accents: I’m personally sick of An Inspector Calls productions with West Yorkshire accents. Yes, Priestley was from Bradford, but he set his play in ‘Brumley, an industrial city in the North Midlands’. The accents should sound like Stoke-on-Trent or thereabouts.
  5. bdedja

    bdedja New commenter

    Thank you.
  6. KSmiling

    KSmiling New commenter

    Hi, you can also get an excellent audio dramatisation from audible. It is unabridged and you get the stage directions. For example in the text where it says Aside ‘telephone rings’ - you hear the telephone ringing.
  7. gruoch

    gruoch Occasional commenter

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