Tania has recorded many audiobooks. You can listen to some extracts here. Or hear many more on Audible.


Artichoke Hearts
By Sita Brahmachari

From Artichoke Hearts by Sita Brahmachari, - a beautiful book about loss, love and growing up.

Artichoke Hearts is my debut novel and I was overwhelmed when it won the Waterstone’s Children’s Book Award 2011. When I heard that Tania was to record the book, I was delighted. I knew and admired her work from theatre. I have listened to the audio recording with my children and Tania’s beautiful interpretation and ability to get inside so many voices is really wonderful. My book is an emotional one and needs to be treated with great subtlety, not to be tipped over into the sentimental. Tania brings great intelligence into her work that makes it a joy to listen to.
— Sita Brahmachari, author ‘Artichoke Hearts’.
The Inheritance of Loss
By Kiran Desai

Inheritance of Loss, by Kiran Desai Winner of 2006 Man booker Prize, set in the Himalayas and the US, a wonderfully written, multilayered story of cultural displacement and love. (Isis publishing)

What to do when Someone dies by Nicci French – a gripping thriller set in London, (Whole Story Audio)

Superstar Babes
By Narinder Dhami

Superstar Babes by Narinder Dhami – part of the Bindi babes series, the girls raise money by starring in a Big Brother style house program! (BBC audiobooks).

A Golden Age
By Tahmima Anam

A Golden Age by Tahmima Aman Set against the backdrop of the Bangladesh War of Independence,” A Golden Age” is a story of passion and revolution. (Isis publishing).

Fatima's Good Fortune
By J & G Dryansky

Fatima’s Good Fortune by J & G Dryansky Set in Paris, Fatimah arrives from a beautiful Tunisian island to work for the exacting Countess Poulais de Roc, in this story of love, loneliness and determination (Oakhill Publishing).

The Inheritance
By Nina Bell

The Inheritance by Nina Bell – a family copes with their father’s death and secrets revealed. (Whole Story Audio).

East of the Sun
By Julia Gregson

East of the Sun by Julie Gregson – Winner of Romantic Novel of the Year 2009, the story of three women who leave England to find a new life in India, 1928. ( Whole Story Audio Books).

Bitter Sweets
By Roopa Farooki

Bitter Sweets, by Roopa Farooki, Whole Story Audio Books.

Red Leaves
By Sita Brahmachari
The Passion
By Jeanette Winterson
Tanya Tania
By Antara Ganguli
Bitter Fruits
By Alice Clark-Platts
Slade House
By David Mitchell

From 'Space between Us' by Thrity Umrigar A poignant novel about a wealthy woman and her downtrodden servant, offering a revealing look at class and gender roles in modern day Bombay. (Oakhill Publishing)

Our Tragic Universe by Scarlett Thomas – time twisting, extraordinary tale of broken relationships and the power of stories. (Whole Story Audio)

Dani’s Diary by Narindher Dhami – a delightful story of young Dani’s quest to find the truth about her granny’s past.  Whole Story Audio Books

Marriage Bureau for Rich Peopleby Farahad Zama – delightful Richard & Judy Club selection, telling of Mr Ali’s marriage bureau (Whole Story Audio Books)

Brick Lane by Monica Ali Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2003, and Guardian First Book Award 2003. Set in London’s East End and Bangladesh, a beautiful tale of a woman’s growing self-awareness and maturity as she copes with her life in an arranged marriage in a new country.(RNIB Talking Books)

Beyond Indigo by Preethi Nair Set in London, the touching and funny story of how a young woman’s need for self-expression finds her leading a double life, with consequences that spiral out of control. (RNIB Talking Books)

White Cargo by Felicity Kendal – Felicity Kendal’s deeply honest and richly entertaining memoirs ( RNIB Talking Books)