Someone Like Me

By Miles Kington, abridged by Richard Hamilton.

Miles Kington reads from his account of an endearingly eccentric childhood.

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0120050926

By Miles Kington, abridged by Richard Hamilton.

Miles Kington reads from his account of an endearingly eccentric childhood.Miles recalls his earliest memory, of an event before his own birth, as well as the drama of his first kidnapping.

0120050926

By Miles Kington, abridged by Richard Hamilton.

Miles Kington reads from his account of an endearingly eccentric childhood.Miles recalls his earliest memory, of an event before his own birth, as well as the drama of his first kidnapping.

0220050927

He relates the findings of his Uncle Walter's research into the wearing of fig leaves.

0220050927

He relates the findings of his Uncle Walter's research into the wearing of fig leaves.

0320050928

Miles recalls the ups and downs of living with a mother who would frequently retire to her 'deathbed'.

0320050928

Miles recalls the ups and downs of living with a mother who would frequently retire to her 'deathbed'.

0420050929

Miles and his brother Ralph enter the shadowy worlds of Sherlock Holmes, blackmail and revolution.

0420050929

Miles and his brother Ralph enter the shadowy worlds of Sherlock Holmes, blackmail and revolution.

05 LAST20050930

Miles' father presents his adult son with a bill for his childhood.

05 LAST20050930

Miles' father presents his adult son with a bill for his childhood.