Sweet Dreams

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Howard goes to Heaven and is pleasantly surprised.

Read by Martin Jarvis and based on the book by Michael Frayn.

An adaptation of Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

Howard Baker accelerates away from a set of traffic lights in North London, only to find he has unexpectedly arrived in Heaven - much of which seems oddly familiar...

Abridged and read by Martin Jarvis

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

Educated with liberal views, Howard Baker goes to heaven and is pleasantly surprised.

Celestial satire read by Martin Jarvis.

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In heaven, Howard's friends hang off his every word and his wife forgives his behaviour.

Based on the novel by Michael Frayn.

Howard's friends hang on his every word and his wife forgives him.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

Read by Martin Jarvis.

Howard Baker can do no wrong up in Heaven - and his wife forgives his bad behaviour.

Celestial satire read by Martin Jarvis.

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Howard has no trouble adapting to his heavenly life.

Read by Martin Jarvis and adapted from Michael Frayn's novel.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

Read by Martin Jarvis.

Adapting well to his new life in Heaven, Howard Baker gets a new job.

Celestial satire read by Martin Jarvis.

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Howard discovers that life in heaven is not as smooth as he first thought.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

Howard realises that his life in heaven is not quite what he thought it was.

Celestial satire read by Martin Jarvis.

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Howard's career change works out well but he gets a shock in his personal life.

Based on Michael Frayn's novel.

Howard's career change goes well, but his personal life suffers a shock.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

Howard's career change in Heaven goes well, but his personal life suffers a shock.

Celestial satire read by Martin Jarvis.

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Howard makes a drastic lifestyle change and finally meets God.

Read by Martin Jarvis.

Howard's career change goes well, but his personal life suffers a shock.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

Horrified by the betrayal of his best friend, Howard takes action.

Horrified by the betrayal of his best friend, Howard decides to take action.

Celestial satire read by Martin Jarvis.

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Howard finally gets to know God.

Read by Martin Jarvis and adapted by Michael Frayn.

Howard gets to know God, does well for himself and gets a promotion.

Martin Jarvis reads Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

Read by Martin Jarvis

Martin Jarvis concludes Michael Frayn's celestial satire.

As Howard gets to know God, he does well for himself and gets a promotion.

Celestial satire concluded by Martin Jarvis.