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THE MAN WITHOUT QUALITIES

THE MAN WITHOUT QUALITIES

By Robert Musil
Read by John Telfer
60 hours 30 minutes

 

In 1913, the Viennese aristocracy is gathering to celebrate the 17th jubilee of the accession of Emperor Franz Josef, even as the Austro-Hungarian Empire is collapsing and the rest of Vienna is showing signs of rebellion. At the centre of this social labyrinth is Ulrich: a veteran, a seducer and a scientist, yet also a man ‘without qualities’ and therefore a brilliant and detached observer of his changing world. Continue Reading →

ANSWER TO JOB

ANSWER TO JOB

By C.G. Jung
Read by John Telfer
5 hours 9 minutes

 

Of all the books of the Bible, few have had more resonance for modern readers than the Book of Job. For a world that over the past century has witnessed horrors the like of which could not have been imagined by earlier generations, Job’s cries of despair and incomprehension are all too recognizable. Continue Reading →

John Telfer

John Telfer

John Telfer has worked extensively in English Theatre, including Bristol and London Old Vics and the Royal National. Theatre. Numerous TV credits include 5 years as Willie Pettit in the hugely popular series of Bergerac. Apart from dozens of radio plays, contributions to Poetry Please and voicing cartoons, he has been for nearly 20 years The Vicar of Ambridge-Alan Franks in The Archers. He has also played in bands and composed music for theatre, radio and TV, and directed opera.

To date has narrated over 200 Audiobooks.