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Listen to BBC Radio’s Adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s ANANSI BOYS For Free

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BBC Radio is offering, for FREE, it’s six-part dramatization of Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys. This adaptation features a new song written and performed by Jacob Anderson (Game of Thrones’s Grey Worm) who appears as Fat Charlie Nancy. Each episode is 30 minutes and it’s available for a limited time. Give it a listen here.