The New Testament (CEV) Audio CD Set
A dramatisation of the CEV New Testament by Riding Lights Theatre Group now available in this boxed set of audio CDs. Previously used as part of Bible Society’s You’ve Got the Time programme.
£25.00Plenty in stock
Format: Audio CD
Published date: 05 June 2014
The greatest story ever told, as you’ve never heard it before.
Brought to you by Bible Society and dramatised by Riding Lights Theatre Company, this audio CD set brings to life the whole New Testament in a dynamic and vibrant way.
- Let the power of audio storytelling take you back to first century Palestine
- Listen to the extraordinary life and teaching of Jesus
- Hear the compelling dramas of the early church
Discover more than you thought possible – enter into this audio experience and encounter the New Testament afresh. The stunning recording is an unabridged reading of the CEV New Testament – featuring Russell Boulter, Israel Oyelumade and 31 other actors.
Sections from this recording previously used as part of Bible Society’s You’ve Got the Time programme.
- A box set of 20 CDs which can be played in standard CD players, computers and car stereos
- Running time approximately 20 hours
Listen to a sample of the recording
Running time: approximately 20 hours.
Previously used as part of Bible Society’s You’ve Got the Time programme.
The multi-voice recording of the New Testament was created by Riding Lights Theatre Company in May 2010 at the Digital Audio Studios in Skipton. Engineered and edited by Dave Aston. The text was adapted for voices by Paul Burbridge, with assistance from Yvonne Morley.
Director: Paul Burbridge
Assistant Director: Yvonne Morley
Kolade Agboke, Nadia Albina, Nicholas Bensberg, Susan Beresford, Russell Boulter, Paul Burbridge, Tim Charrington, Ruben Crow, Fred Denno, Emma Flett, Nigel Forde, Bud Gemmell, Rob Gooch, Pethrow Gooden, Abby Guinness, Vicki Hackett, Andrew Harrison, Julie Higginson, Zannah Hodson, Chris Jack, Gail Kemp, Rebecca Kennedy, Israel Oyelumade, Chris Pearse, Patrick Pearson-Miles, Tom Peters, Jonathan Race, Frances Simon, Luke Waldock, Mal Whiteley, Rachel Wilcock.