104 – Why don’t we ring nanny?
Will Adam cope with an unexpected visitor in his studio? How is his tan coming along with this nice weather during lockdown? And just how loud are the birds in Bob’s garden?
Listen to the latest episode to hear Adam Croft and Robert Daws discuss all of the above.
They discuss books by Sophie Hannah and Kate Atkinson, Adam fills us in on The Times’ ten best crime novels by women since 2000, Bob recommends the TV show ‘Blood’ (again) and also reveals his ‘accomplished’ acting style.
Viewers on Patreon will get an exclusive peek at both Bob’s garden and his lovely painted shed, while Adam gives us a lesson on the Icelandic naming culture.
~ Moriarty ~
Haven’t They Grown by Sophie Hannah https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/haven-t-they-grown
Did You See Melody? by Sophie Hannah https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/did-you-see-melody
Transcription by Kate Atkinson https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/transcription-7
May’s book of the month: Anna Burgin Gripping British Mystery Thriller Series by David Bradwell https://www.kobo.com/ebook/anna-burgin-gripping-british-mystery-thriller-series-books-1-3
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