Please note that unless otherwise indicated all readings cited here are of the whole of Anthony Trollope's texts. I also cite some dramatic readings of the whole of a biography of Fanny Trollope and the whole of two of Joanne Trollope's novels. The only readings of abridged texts included are the selections from the Trollope Society recording, My Life and Stories. There are numerous readings of variously abridged texts of Trollope's novels; these the reader may find cited online at online bookstores like Amazon.
For further information email: Cover to Cover Cassettes Ltd.. These are also available from the Trollope Society. Timothy West turns Trollope into a mellow disillusioned Chaucer (he also reads Chaucer for another company which produced abridged audiocassettes).
For further information email: Blackstone Audio.
Books-on-Tape produced the above set of tapes but have apparently sold them all off. They are no longer renting any tapes. I cannot resist remarking how shameful this is. Since most online stores do not list who is reading a tape or where it was produced, these tapes will basiclly be mostly unavailable. I've kept the list online so the interested reader/listener may perhaps be able to find the audiocassettes. David Case's sardonic sinuously elegant voice captures the undercurrents of Trollope's irony; Donada Peters is equally effective, bright yet poignant when appropriate. You feel you are watching the characters on stage.
The above are on sale at Amazon.
The above is on sale at Amazon.
The above is on sale at Amazon where it is described as unabridged. All the other Flo Gibson's readings of Trollope's novels appear to be of abridged texts.
The parent audio books company is W.F. Howes, based in Leicester. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Letts introduces and then Timothy West reads interpersed revelant portions from Trollope's An Autobiography, with selections from the novels.
The Macdermots of Ballycloran, reader T. P. McKenna
The Warden, reader Simon Callow
Barchester Towers, reader Gabriel Woolf
The Three Clerks, reader Julian Glover
The Bertrams, reader Ian Richardson
Doctor Thorne, reader Prunella Scales
Orley Farm, reader Geraldine James
Phineas Finn, reader Robert Hardy
Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite, reader Eleanor Bron
Can You Forgive Her?, Dorothy Tutin
Framley Parsonage, reader Simon Callow
The Small House at Allington, reader Samuel West
The Eustace Diamonds, reader Prunella Scales
The Way We Live Now, reader Julian Glover
The Prime Minister, reader Harriet Walter
Is He Popenjoy?, Ian Richardson
The American Senator, reader T. P. McKenna
Rachel Ray, reader Geraldine James
The Belton Estate, reader Eleanor Bron
Ayala's Angel, reader Harriet Walter
The Last Chronicle of Barset, reader Gabriel Woolf
The Last Chronicle of Barset, reader Robert Hardy
For further information, go to the website of Michael Powe, listowner of Trollope-l; there is a link to and information about the Trollope Society.