Another week of January had passed by and I’ve got only three more dramatizations I’d like to point out, one of which I must’ve linked at some point already, but I’ll do it anyway because it’s awesome :D.
1. The World in Peril [Journey Into Space #3] by Charles Chilton
April 15th 1972: After their disastrous expedition to Mars, Jet Morgan’s Discovery crew return to Earth – but their problems are only just beginning…
BBC Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5
Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10
Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Episode 14 | Goodreads
episodes 15-20 will be available later
Day left: 20
Duration: 30 min | 20 episodes
They are back! Yet again you have an occasion to listen to these fantastic adventures. I really like Journey Into Space series and I probably won’t hold myself from listening to it yet again ;).
2. Dead Men Tell No Tales by Kelvin Segger
A ‘dead’ man views his funeral preparations, advertising ‘kills’ another and a third delays his dream.
BBC Link | Days left: 23 | Duration: 45 min
This is more of a curiosity than a recommendation. I haven’t listened to it yet, but it sounds interesting.
3. Grigorii Efimovich Rasputin – Almost the Truth by Wally K Daly
Was he anything more than a “mad monk”, unbridled lecher, and evil influence on the Russian royal family?
BBC Link | Days left: 25 | Duration: 90 min
Oh, the stories about this guy… He was one of the more fascinating historical figures and even more fascinating stories were created about his character. This is supposed to be more historical view rather than supernatural (I’m pretty sure there are more of these), so let’s see what the story says, shall we?