May 14th, 2015
Episode 37 of 147 episodes
This program celebrates the late Leonard Nimoy with two of his best readings. First Etgar Keret’s “Good Intentions,” in which a hardened hit man is hired to “whack” the only man who was ever kind to him. Then, Nimoy delivers a chilling performance of Evelyn Waugh’s “The Man Who Liked Dickens,” about an uncanny tribal chieftain who will do anything to insure an unending diet of Dickens novels.
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