Saturday, 2 November 2013
Never fear - a solution is here!
Here are the audio files from the last four WWR posts. Grab 'em now. And then, while your enjoying a moment in musical hell, go buy my book! To download the tracks simply right click on the player and choose 'download document' or similar.
Let me know if you have any other problems. I know the Box player is ugly compared to the DivShare one, but if this works better for you all I'll use The Box in future - unless anyone knows of a more elegant solution.
Jess Conrad: Mystery Girl
Jess Conrad: The Big White House
David Wigg: Life is Complicated
David Wigg: Turning Round
Jimmy Arthur Ordge: Storytime & Prayers
Wink Martindale: Deck of Cards
Max Bygraves: Deck of Cards
Robert Powell: Once Upon a Time
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