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A. J. Alan

A. J. Alan was the pseudonym of Leslie Harrison Lambert (1883-1941), an English magician, intelligence officer, short story writer, and radio broadcaster. He was hugely popular in the '20s and '30s for his radio broadcasts, when he performed his own humorous and often macabre short stories, which he always delivered wearing full evening dress. The Voice tells the story of a family whose wireless reception is being mysteriously interrupted by unusual sounds of a woman singing. Attempts to discover the source of the interference leads to something quite extraordinary.

A. J. Alan was the pseudonym of Leslie Harrison Lambert (1883-1941), an English magician, intelligence officer, short story writer, and radio broadcaster. He was hugely popular in the '20s and '30s for his radio broadcasts, when he performed his own humorous and often macabre short stories, which he always delivered wearing full evening dress. The Voice tells the story of a family whose wireless reception is being mysteriously interrupted by unusual sounds of a woman singing. Attempts to discover the source of the interference leads to something quite extraordinary.
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Description:

A. J. Alan was the pseudonym of Leslie Harrison Lambert (1883-1941), an English magician, intelligence officer, short story writer, and radio broadcaster. He was hugely popular in the '20s and '30s for his radio broadcasts, when he performed his own humorous and often macabre short stories, which he always delivered wearing full evening dress. The Voice tells the story of a family whose wireless reception is being mysteriously interrupted by unusual sounds of a woman singing. Attempts to discover the source of the interference leads to something quite extraordinary.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Cathy Dobson

Length:

18m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

18:50