My Audiobook Collection


I don’t listen to audiobooks as often as I should, as I’m normally distracted and entertained by other things. But I do listen to them now and again. Mum and I will sometimes listen to a book together while we’re having dinner for instance, hearing a bit each day. And I do enjoy listening to them when I go travelling, as they help to pass the time on long journeys and in hotel rooms.

So this is a complete list of audiobooks that I own, including downloads from Audible and CDs I’ve copied on to my computer, and a few other things acquired online. I’ve also included links to posts where I’ve mentioned or reviewed them.

Autobiographies

Comedy Series

Comedy Compilation

This is a self-compiled album of audio comedy tracks taken from a compilation album and a few other things I found online.

Factual

Language Lessons

Music

Stories & Novels

See also my mention of the BBC Big Read Poll 2003.

Museum Tours

These are audio introductions or audio description tours for exhibitions I’ve visited, or intend to visit:

Walking Tours

Some audio walking tours can be downloaded and taken with you as MP3s. So I’ve downloaded a few of them in case I want to do them, and they work as books in their own right to be honest. I haven’t done these tours yet, but they are on my to-do list.

  • Footnotes London Audio Walks: This website’s gone now, but I downloaded and kept their tours so I have them available.
    • Blackfriars to Holborn
    • Borough
    • Chelsea
    • Clapham
    • Clerkenwell & Lower Islington
    • Dickens & The Law – Bleak House
    • Euston to Kings Cross
    • Fitzrovia
    • Highgate
    • Mayfair North
    • Mayfair South
    • Old Street
    • Richmond Upon Thames
    • Science In Bloomsbury
    • Shadwell & Wapping
    • Soho
    • St James’s
    • Strand & Embankment
    • Theatreland
    • Vauxhall
    • Victoria
    • Whitechapel to Spitalfields
  • Illuminated River – VocalEyes Audio Descriptions
  • LSE City Tours:
    • LSE South Bank Tour
    • LSE Theatreland Tour
  • Victoria Park (Tower Hamlets):

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