We now have a spin-off!
Click here for the latest edition or The Special Edition to mark the launch of Take Seven Cooks, a whodunit for the amateur stage The Malcolm Noble Show is a Fortnightly Wireless Programme, posted on Spreaker, eavesdropping on a mystery writer who runs a secondhand bookshop in a country town in the middle of England. We’ll talk about books, reading and writing them, a little local interest and a quiet chat about something over cocoa. SO WHAT’S COMING 20 March We have “Jennifer” … Goodness, who’s that? And introducing Tass Warren … He’s On The Case!
A Fortnightly Wireless Programme eavesdropping on a mystery writer who runs a secondhand bookshop in a country town in the middle of England. We’ll talk about books, reading and writing them, a little local interest and a quiet chat about something over cocoa. The Malcolm Noble Show 31 Oct 13 An interview with Historical Fiction Author, Gaye Mack. A look at 12th Century England, Crime Fiction Snippets and Agatha Christie Trivia …. and thoughts on English Composition The Malcolm Noble Show 17 Oct 13 An interview with Martin Collins who has co-authored, with his wife, a series of books about WW2 US service bases in England. A another Amazing Agatha Christie Fact. The Vicar’s only phone number and thoughts on a tube station notice The Malcolm Noble Show – Third Edition Interview with Chris Worthington about Seabury Quinn, Weird Tales author / Another Amazing Agatha Christie Fact / More advice about cocoa / Putting up with History Exams and thoughts on Dr Johnson / News of future podcasts The Malcolm Noble Show – Second Edition Shout-outs to listeners / The truth about the bots! / The first in a series of Amazing Agatha Facts / Updates on my matter with council and cocoa tips / Jack Hargreaves and the Pleasures of Pencil Sharpening! The Malcolm Noble Show’s First Podcast We’re up and running! OK, the first episode is no more than a try out, hardly ten minutes long. But let’s hope it’s something to build on. There’s a few words about a Crime Fiction Classic: Jane Carberry’s Weekend by Beryl Symons. Then, important tips for making proper cocoa. And a short talk on the golden age of the talk on the wireless.
I’ll be posting features of the upcoming episodes as we develop the series.