I'm happy to say that Radio 4 Extra have finally put something on worth listening to. Hooray! Which means I'm about the settle down to a nice bath with John Moffat (steady on, not like that) in the guise of Hercule Poirot in 'Cards on the Table'.
|well, hello sailor!|
Looking good John, looking good. Well actually he looks a bit camp there, but never mind.
It'll make a nice change from the unabridged audiobooks I've downloaded recently from audible - mostly Ngaio Marsh read by the excellent James Saxon. But for now, I'm all geared up for some Classic Christie! Cards on the Table is the first book to feature Ariadne Oliver. Not sure about her, a bit too much of a caricature. I know she's a tongue in cheek take on the author herself, but even so, it's sometimes a touch too gimmicky for my liking.
Will let you know how it goes.
Also, I'm trying out a new bubble bath - smells a bit like coconut. Tasty!