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Bill Bryson - Journeys In English

Bill Bryson - Journeys In English
Title:
Journeys In English
Performer:
Bill Bryson
Style:
Education, Spoken Word
Released:
2004
Catalog:
ISBN 0-563-49626-6
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
2791 mb
FLAC album size:
2315 mb
Genre:
Label:
BBC Audiobooks

Tracklist


1Programme 3 Part 3
2Programme 3 Part 1
3Programme 6 Part 8
4Programme 3 Part 2
5Programme 4 Part 5
6Programme 2 Part 5
7Programme 5 Part 10
8Programme 2 Part 6
9Programme 4 Part 11
10Programme 2 Part 2
11Programme 2 Part 8
12Programme 3 Part 4
13Programme 6 Part 2
14Programme 1 Part 2
15Programme 5 Part 9
16Programme 1 Part 9
17Programme 6 Part 15
18Programme 1 Part 8
19Programme 4 Part 1
20Programme 6 Part 3
21Programme 2 Part 3
22Programme 6 Part 10
23Programme 5 Part 8
24Programme 2 Part 14
25Programme 6 Part 5
26Programme 6 Part 4
27Programme 5 Part 12
28Programme 3 Part 10
29Programme 6 Part 1
30Programme 3 Part 5
31Programme 5 Part 5
32Programme 1 Part 11
33Programme 4 Part 2
34Programme 3 Part 11
35Programme 2 Part 4
36Programme 3 Part 6
37Programme 5 Part 1
38Programme 4 Part 7
39Programme 5 Part 3
40Programme 1 Part 4
41Programme 1 Part 10
42Programme 5 Part 2
43Programme 5 Part 4
44Programme 2 Part 10
45Programme 6 Part 11
46Programme 1 Part 12
47Programme 4 Part 3
48Programme 6 Part 13
49Programme 6 Part 12
50Programme 6 Part 6
51Programme 6 Part 7
52Programme 2 Part 12
53Programme 4 Part 4
54Programme 3 Part 7
55Programme 6 Part 9
56Programme 3 Part 8
57Programme 2 Part 7
58Programme 4 Part 10
59Programme 1 Part 5
60Programme 1 Part 3
61Programme 4 Part 9
62Programme 5 Part 7
63Programme 5 Part 13
64Programme 6 Part 14
65Programme 2 Part 1
66Programme 4 Part 6
67Programme 1 Part 1
68Programme 3 Part 9
69Programme 2 Part 11
70Programme 2 Part 13
71Programme 4 Part 8
72Programme 1 Part 6
73Programme 2 Part 9
74Programme 5 Part 11
75Programme 5 Part 6
76Programme 1 Part 7


Credits


  • NarratorBill Bryson
  • ProducerBrian King


Notes


BBC Radio Collection.

Originally broadcast on BBC Radio 4 as Mother Tongue.

Programme 1 broadcast 13 Dec 1997 (CD1 1 - 12)
Programme 2 broadcast 20 Dec 1997 (CD1 13 - 26)
Programme 3 broadcast 27 Dec 1997 (CD2 1 - 11)
Programme 4 broadcast 3 Jan 1998 (CD2 12 - 22)
Programme 5 broadcast 10 Jan 1998 (CD3 1 - 13)
Programme 6 broadcast 17 Jan 1998 (CD3 14 - 28)


Album


Journeys in English book. This highly entertaining BBC Radio 4 series is written and pres. Bryson explains how English has been shaped through invasion and conquest, as well as the rules that brought order to a disorderly language, the million and one ways to have fun with the English language, and the struggle with phrasal verbs including the way things often get lost in the translation. William McGuire Bryson OBE HonFRS ˈbraɪsən born 8 December 1951 is an American-British author of books on travel, the English language, science, and other non-fiction topics. Born in the United States, he has been a resident of Britain for most of his adult life, returning to the United States between 1995 and 2003, and holds dual American and British citizenships. He served as the chancellor of Durham University from 2005 to 2011. Journeys in English. Bill Bryson Author, Narrator, BBC Worldwide Ltd Publisher. Try Audible Free. Audible is after 30-days. This is a CD to accompany the book and read by Bill Bryson himself. In the programmes originally broadcast on Radio 4 he covers a wide range of topics related to the development of English and deals with topics as far apart as the runes on the Ruthwell Cross in Scotland to examples of modern American English. Listened to as a whole as I did driving to Scotland the programme format can be a little irritating as he introduces himself yet again to his weekly audience but his is a small gripe. Bill Bryson chronicles one season in American history, when Lindbergh flew, Babe Ruth hit and Calvin Coolidge vacationed. The author of more than a dozen previous books, including A Short History of Nearly Everything, Bryson writes in a style as effervescent as the time itself. Lindberghs plane, the Spirit of St. Louis, was little more than a flying gas tank, and piloting it for his landmark flight would have been rather like crossing the ocean in a tent. Written by Bill Bryson, Audiobook narrated by Bill Bryson. Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today First time visiting Audible Get this book free when you sign up for a 30-day Trial. Bill Bryson has been an enormously popular author both for his travel books and for his books on the English language. Now, this beloved comic genius turns his attention to science. Although he doesn't know anything about the subject at first, he is eager to learn, and takes information that he gets from the world's leading experts and explains it to us in a way that makes it exciting and relevant. Disc IDs 0. Cover Art 1. Additional details. Type: Album Audiobook. Data Quality: Normal. BBC Audiobooks ISBN 0-563-49626-6. Release events. United Kingdom 2004. Bryson, Bill. Publication date. Includes bibliographical references p. 385-394 and index. Introduction - The Mayflower and before p. 1 - Becoming Americans - A democratical phrenzy : America in the age of revolution - Making a nation - By the dawn's early light : forging a national identity - We're in the money : the age of invention. The English Landscape By Bill Bryson,etc. 1, RUB. shipping: RUB shipping. Last one. Bryson Field Boshamer Stadium Baseball Tickets, History & Military Hardcover Nonfiction Books in English, the oxford history of the american people, pronouncing american english, Time History Magazines in English, History John Green Antiquarian & Collectible Books in English, American Rifleman Magazines in English. Additional site navigation. obookB004F47MHQ. English Language apostrophe grammar. Excerpt About the Apostrophe From Journeys In English By Bill Bryson by Andrea James is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Seems a little quiet over here. Bill Bryson and his family live in a Victorian parsonage in a part of England where nothing of any great significance has happened since the Romans decamped. Yet one day, he began to consider how very little he knew about the ordinary things of life as he found it in that comfortable home. William Shakespeare, the most celebrated poet in the English language, left behind nearly a million words of text, but his biography has long been a thicket of wild supposition arranged around scant facts. With a steady hand and his trademark wit, Bill Bryson sorts through this colorful muddle to reveal the man himself