A brand new full cast audiobook production of the classic collaboration from internationally bestselling authors Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett starring Rebecca Front as the Narrator, Michael Sheen as Aziraphale, and David Tennant as Crowley.
Length: 12.6 hours
Rebecca Front: Narrator
Michael Sheen: Aziraphale
David Tennant: Crowley
Katherine Kingsley: Anathema Device
Arthur Darvill: Newton Pulsifer
Peter Forbes: Shadwell
Gabrielle Glaister: Madame Tracy and Agnes Nutter
Louis Davison: Adam
Pixie Davis: Pepper
Chris Nelson: Wensleydale
Ferdinand Frisby Williams: Brian
Adjoa Andoh, Allan Corduner, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Josh Hopkins, Lorelei King, Matt Reeves, and Lemn Sissay
Following up on this post, it’s absolutely wild how the media has been shamelessly shipping Michael and David since the NTAs and in every write-up of the night itself. The Radio Times calling Michael and David a “handsome couple,” the official NTA Insta and Twitter using a picture of them hugging for the social media posts about David’s win, and this excerpt that sounds like they’re writing fan fiction about Michael and David:
As David approached the stage and the two embraced, Michael joked: "Unfortunately, David can't be with us tonight, but he very much wanted the award to go to me."
"It's Michael Sheen!" David squeaked in response.
But what’s really hilarious is the pronounced difference between how the English media and the Welsh media actually describe the same exact moment:
English media: “Ah, yes, the two thespian friends greeted each other cordially upon meeting on stage."
Welsh media: "Unofficial Prince of Wales and favourite Welsh son Michael Sheen embraced his husband, well-known lanky Scottish twink David Tennant, who proceeded to have the vapours in his extremely handsome Welsh husband's Welshy arms."
Two totally different ways of saying it, yet THEY MEAN THE SAME EXACT THING.
Oh, that night at the NTAs is truly the gift that keeps on giving, isn’t it...
I have the highest respect for actors that have gotten over, or perhaps never gotten into, the pretentious mentality that certain roles are beneath them, and just go all in on shit they think will be fun
Like David Tennant is a highly skilled Shakespearean actor, who has every right to look down on Ducktales, but instead he said "I'm gonna play the fuck outta scrooge mcduck, and it's gonna be a good fucking time"