Rhoda D’Ettore – Goin’ Postal/The Creek

Goin’ Postal tells the story of a real U.S. postal worker dealing with crazy situations that the public never sees. From human heads in the mail to alligators on the loose in the building, this book is sure to make you laugh. The second book in this combo, The Creek, tells stories set in the same location, but each story is set in a different time period. The last story depicts how the people and stories of the past are still alive today.
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Alan Sues – Oh, Nothing

Best known for his work on Rowan and Martins Laugh-In, comic actor and performer Alan Sues made his debut on Broadway in 1953s Tea and Sympathy with Deborah Kerr. He had a supporting role in The Americanization of Emily with James Garner and Julie Andrews, portrayed Wilfred Jr. in the famous Twilight Zone episode The Masks, and successfully continued to work in film, theater, and television for over 50 years!
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Hans Christian Andersen, Charles Dickens, Laurie Lee – Christmas Book at Bedtime: Complete Series

Everyone loves a bedtime story. And here are eight of the best from BBC Radio 4’s Book at Bedtime, each with a Christmas theme, written by an array of literature’s best-known names. They include Laurie Lee, Charles Dickens, and Hans Christian Andersen – just some of the storytellers included in this collection. Amongst those giving voice to these stories are Patricia Routledge, Joss Ackland, Miriam Margolyes, Dame Judi Dench, and Richard Briers. Intriguing, funny, poignant, and above all entertaining, these eight Christmas stories are the best of Book at Bedtime.
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Harry Shearer – Le Show, April 04, 2010

Le Show is a program of satire, humor, and commentary about the week’s news. Comedy sketches written and performed by multi-talented multimedia artist Harry Shearer, interwoven with an eclectic, ever-changing blend of music; from world to pop, soul to jazz. Shearer says about Le Show, “I do it because I don’t do standup, and I don’t do sitcoms, and the radio broadcast enables me to do what I think is funny in a broadcast medium without having to listen either to network executives or Canadian producers.”
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James Aylott – Tales from the Beach House

Tales from the Beach House is a satiric work of fiction that sharply captures the “man-bites-dog” world of contemporary South Florida. The Beach House, a crumbling old motel, is home to a collection of eccentric residents. Amongst their ranks: a tennis pro at the end of his game, a mortuary scientist whose love life has flat-lined, a paparazzo photographer searching for scoops, a bawdy duo fronting an improbable Ponzi enterprise, a beauty from “The Islands” with a dark secret, a fried-out TV weather man who claims to channel God, a middle school principal with a soft spot for crack, a Rod Stewart cover artist searching for redemption, and a waitress serving a side order of erotic fiction. Each member of this cohort is in search of something – fast money, an easy hustle, fleeting romance, enduring love, fame, power, dignity, happiness…a place they can call home. As well as facing their own tender, tragic, and often hilarious personal circumstances, this eclectic gang is compelled by necessity to band together when a sinister developer threatens the very existence of the Beach House.
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P. G. Wodehouse – Eggs, Beans, and Crumpets

These wonderfully funny short stories feature a cast of outrageous characters, all plotting to save themselves from wedlock, poverty, or ignominy – with various degrees of success. This recording includes the following stories: “All’s Well with Bingo”, “Bingo and the Peke Crisis”, “The Editor Regrets”, “Sonny Boy”, “Anselm Gets His Chance”, “Romance at Droitgate Spa”, “A Bit of Luck for Mabel”, “Buttercup Day”, and “Ukridge and the Old Stepper”.
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