Three new audio adventures featuring the 10th Doctor, David Tennant, and companion Rose Tyler as they face the Ice Warriors and other adventures.
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An easy to read and informative look at the history and architecture of churches and cathedrals around the world.
Jamie Callan promises to deliver the secrets of the famous je ne sais quoi, which she postulates comes from a sense of personal beauty, confidence, uniqueness, and style.
Sir Derek Jacobi reprises his Dr Who television role as The Master in four new and original full-cast audio stories set in Time War between the Time Lords and Daleks.
Film historian Noah Isenberg takes a journey into the cinematic masterpiece, Casablanca, from the things it inspired to the screenwriters who shaped it and why it remains an enduring classic.
The suburban life of a family struggling to maintain appearances while the father becomes a recluse in his own town due to the onset of Bell’s Palsy and its refusal to go away.
In WW2, the Australian Army was given full authority to implement a Scorched Earth policy in the event of invasion. This is the record of that policy, uncovered by researcher Sue Rosen.
David Bradley starts as television’s original Doctor Who, facing two fun and exciting new adventures with original companions Susan, Barbara and Ian.
Three comedic short adventures for boys 8-13 years oId, particularly good for reluctant readers and those with a taste for comic or cartoon-styled illustrations.
A fascinating insight into perspective, and how we represent and view history through art, propaganda, culture, photography and science.
Colourful and stylised illustrations combine with clear, push-button vocals to teach kids 3 and over to say, “I Love You”, in Spanish, English, Mandarin, French and Japanese.
A vlogger is rocketed to worldwide fame when he agrees to have a chip inserted into his brain to broadcast his every thought and action to the world, 24 hours/day.
Our book team has put together their recommendations for some of their favourite Aussie reads. Escape this Australia Day long weekend with a good book, from fiction and biographies to graphic novels and audiobooks.
The incomparable Stephen Fry narrates all 4 novels and 56 short stories of Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, bringing the characters, action and the era to life.
Former celebrity trainer, Tegan Haining, provides recipes & exercises in an easy, step-by-step 7-day program for anyone needing a boost in health or energy.
A two-part, full-cast audio adventure to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the ground-breaking science fiction TV series, Blake’s 7.
During the 2011 Cairo uprising, two young revolutionaries in love refuse to give up the fight, going to Tahrir Square to help the injured & spread news.
Locals and tourists converge on Founders Bay for Australia Day celebrations but underneath the board shorts, BBQs and Chiko Rolls is a darkness ready to erupt.
A psychological thriller set in 21st century Japan where Alex has run to but he will soon find out there is no escaping the past. Rock bottom can get worse.
The 4th Doctor, Leela and K-9 face four new adventures, featuring the original television cast and including a direct sequel to 1977’s ‘The Robots Of Death’.