13 July 2009
Telephonic Mischief: An Astonishing Audio Adventure
TO-DAY, dear readers, I have prepared something of a special treat for you all, one that I hope you shall find as garment-drenchingly wonderful as I do.
For you see, not only do you get to READ my wondrous words on this occasion, but you shall also get to HEAR them as well.
Yes, dear readers – to-day I shall be coming in your ears.
With the help of a rather skilled chap called Mr. Woodford, and using the very latest in phonographic recording techniques, we have assembled a rather spectacular audio production, chronicling my involvement in one of the most important developments of the Victorian age - the creation of Mr. Alexander Graham Bell’s much celebrated telephonic communication device.
Ladies and gentle-men, prepare your listening-pipes for an almighty ear-gasm, as I proudly present the astonishing audio adventure, ‘Telephonic Mischief’.
Do please enjoy.
UPDATE! ‘Telephonic Mischief’ is now available to download from Mr. Apple’s iTunes store (whatever that is). Simply click the button below, and you shall be able to download my astonishing audio adventure to your personal music-playing device, and have me accompany you wherever you be! HUZZAH!
- Lord Likely.
Telephonic Mischief was performed by Mr. A.D Fanton and Mr. A.M.P Woodford, from a script by Mr. Fanton, based on events recounted to him by Lord Likely (Aristocratic Adventurer and Gentle-Man of Action). The music, sound effects and production were all provided by Mr. Woodford. Biscuits courtesy of Mr. McVite.
Further Astonishing Audio Adventures shall be forthcoming…