Thursday, 1 November 2007

The Rite Of The Lie

Read By: Problemchildbride
Written By: Problemchildbride
Length: 9 minutes - I know, I know
Introduction: Yarn from the Hebrides


15 comments:

Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

I have a cold.

Kim Ayres said...

A beautiful voice and a superb tale - nice one Sam :)

Eryl Shields said...

One of my most favouritest stories told in one of my most favouritest accents.

The Hangar Queen said...

Wheeeeeee,,,What a treat..Again!Again!Just beautiful Sam.

PI said...

That's my girl!
'No tea!' the saddest words in christendom. I would have been heart- broken if your voice had been any other. Perfectly lovely!

Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

Kim, cheers - there's no way I could have done it without your tecchie info.

Eryl, the Hearachs have much nicer accents than we raw Lews to the North. I listen to it and cringe. I thought I sounded far more sophisticated and mid-Atlantic than that.

Queenie, more then one stumble in there. It's not nearly as smooth as you others got yours'. In between the words you can hear all sticky mouth saliva bits - blee. I'll have to experiment with the mike and the editing a bit. Ideally, I'd have Mariella Frostrup read it.

Pat, cheers, Toots - it's a lark this though, innit? A life without tea would be a poor sort of life indeed. I think my blood has developed the same osmotic potential as tea because I swear that on some heavy usage days my body just takes it in and pees it back out again with minimal filtering or processing or whatever.

R. Sherman said...

Marvelous, dear.

Cheers.

Anonymous said...

omg!! you sound like you've just come in from the peats!! wotta maw!

Medbh said...

Lovely story. You should make it into a children's book, Sam.

Dr Maroon said...

Is it the one about the sheeps?
Ah canna hear captain
Woe wo and thrice wo.

Primal Sneeze said...

Yeah, I like that. Very many.

After hearing a voice like yours, Sam, I'll never do a podcast myself - in comparison, I'd sound like a hungry bullock on a frosty morning.

savannah said...

perfect...as i thought you would sound, sugar1 lovely story!

Carole said...

Most Excellent.

jeremy said...

Good on you Sammie...excellent story. With baited breath I await the next installment of sam, problem child bride...

Mary Witzl said...

Lovely and zany. And what a great accent -- makes me weep from shame for my nasal Yank twang.