The Aeneid for Naxos AudioBooks.
Produced by Alec Reid, recorded at Phase Shift in Bristol by Ken Barton.
Read by me.
It's turned out to be a busy year for Sherlock Holmes!
I've now finished seven days recording, three new Holmes stories altogether, for AudioGO in Bath (AudioGO is the new name for BBC Audio Books).
These are newly commissioned stories: my recordings will coincide with their release.
I can't give away too much, but the second book, Mystery at St. Andrews involves intense Victorian golf!
I've just finished two days recording for AudioGO in Bath.
If you didn't know, AudioGO is the new name for BBC Audio Books.
I haven't done a book for a little while. Being on stage nightly in a successful Shakespeare earlier in the year might have had something to do with that. It was really nice to get back to it again.
I was directed by my friend Alec Reid, who always makes the intense concentration required that much easier! All the recording was done in two long days last week. That was great for me, but I fear Alec probably has some editing to do as a consequence - he can be very stoic!
But what actually was I recording? Aha! I can't say right now - you'll have to wait for a bit, but it was great fun!
I'll post more details when I'm allowed to talk about it...