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Bertie Carvel has worked extensively in theatre, television and radio. His theatre credits include: Parade at the Donmar Warehouse, The Man of Mode, The Life of Galileo and Coram Boy, all at the National Theatre, and Revelations at the Hampstead Theatre. He has appeared in John Adams, Doctor Who, Holby City and Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures on television. His radio credits include: Rock ‘n’ Roll, Breaking Point, Diary of a Nobody (among many others) for radio. He has previously read The Great Poets: Percy Bysshe Shelley for Naxos AudioBooks.

Albums featuring this artist are available for download from ClassicsOnline.com
Role: Reader 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
GRAHAME, K. / NESBIT, E.: Dragon Tales (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
Junior Classic Fiction
SHAKESPEARE, W.: From Shakespeare - With Love (The Best of Sonnets) Naxos AudioBooks
SHELLEY: Great Poets (The) Naxos AudioBooks

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