Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde, The [Reading]

Tim Pigott-smith reads Stevenson's classic tale of dual personality.

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Robert Louis Stevenson's tale of dual personality.

The first on the scene is Mr Hyde.

Tim Pigott-Smith reads Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of dual personality.

Robert Louis Stevenson's tale of dual personality.

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Hyde is wanted for murder and disappears.

But what is his connection to Dr Jekyll?

But what is his connection to the respectable Dr Jekyll? Read by Tim Pigott-Smith.

But what is his connection to the respectable Dr Jekyll?

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Mr Hyde appears to be dead and Dr Jekyll has disappeared.

Will a paper trail unravel the mystery? Read by Tim Pigott-Smith.

Mr Hyde appears to be dead and Dr Jekyll's gone.

Will a paper trail unravel the mystery?

Mr Hyde appears to be dead and Dr Jekyll has gone.

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Utterson's persistence with investigating the truth about his friend Dr Jekyll is rewarded.

Read by Tim Piggott-Smith.

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The bizarre truth is finally revealed in the conclusion of Robert Louis Stevenson's tale.

The bizarre truth is finally revealed in the conclusion of Robert Louis Stevenson's famous tale.

Read by Tim Pigott-Smith.