Thanks to AudioFile Magazine for this review of Booker longlisted novel 'Home Fire' by Kamila Shamsie.
Delighted to have narrated some of the pieces in this exceptional audiobook, an extraordinary response to Brexit from an array of writers, politicians and political commentators.
Funny, touching and fascinating. Tania's narration includes pieces by Lionel Shriver, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Nicci French, Kate Mosse, Sunny Singh, Ece Temelkuran, Afua Hirsch and Olivia Laing
Tania will be appearing as Manpreet Hesbani on Eastenders BBC One, bringing some life changing news to the Fowlers and Kazemis.....
No surprise to find that this provocative and clever novel by Kamila Shamsie, which reimagines Sophocles 'Antigone' in a contemporary London setting, and challengingly explores the clash between the personal and political, is on the Man Booker Longlist.
You can listen to an extract from the audiobook version recorded by Tania here.
It was an eye opener to record Angela Saini's revelatory book - 'Inferior' in which she re-examines and challenges the 'science' behind preconceptions on the supposed differences between the sexes.
Tania was delighted to narrate this documentary that charts the adventures of five friends travelling from the North to the South of India in two rickshaws to raise money and awareness for the Indian based charity Educate Girls.
More details soon....
Tania was thrilled to perform part of 'Invisible' to an invited audience from the BAME in publishing network, in the incredibly pertinent and atmospheric South Asian Hall of the V&A museum in London. Surrounded by objects that had been 'acquired' from the Raj, and the very throne of Maharajah Ranjit Singh, the play, which weaves together Tania's own citizenship story with that of Sophia Duleep Singh, Ranjit's granddaughter, acquired a ghostly resonance.
Inspired by the story of Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, whose contribution to the suffragette movement remains largely unrecognized, this is my exploration, from my perspective as a new British citizen and a woman of Asian origin, of what it means to belong.Read More
It was a delight to revisit Mara and her band of feral cats as they faced a terrifying, ruthless new enemy in this excellent sequel to Nilanjana Roy's 'The Wildings'. Creating the voices for a whole new array of Delhi's wild animals was a lot of fun!
Zara busts in on Al’s photoshoot with Leatherbridge Life journalist Claudie Mortcombe!Read More
Tania will be appearing as intrepid journalist Claudie MortcombeRead More
Shortlisted for the Commonwealth Prize (2013), the Shakti Bhatt First Book Award (2013)and the Tata First Book Literary Award (2012), 'The Wildings' by Nilanjana Roy tells of the captivating adventures of a band of feral cats fighting for survival in old Delhi, and their unlikely leader Mara, a tiny cat with extraordinary powers.
“A novel for all seasons and for all ages. Nilanjana Roy has created a savage, dangerous world… a world that seems tangibly real…” ~ Gillian Wright, in India Today
Available to download now: from Audible
The audiobook of David Mitchell's chiller 'Slade House' was awarded an Earphones Award and reviewed as 'Not to be Missed' this month by Audiofile, with "amazing performances by top notch narrators Thomas Judd and Tania Rodrigues". Thank you Audiofile! You can read Audiofile's full review here:
From the award-winning author of 'Cloud Atlas' and 'The Bone Clocks', comes this spine tingling chiller,
originally started by David Mitchell on Twitter .
Available from October 27th : Audiobook of 'Slade House' by David Mitchell
Tania has co-narrated with Daniel Pirie, this magical, lyrical tale of Henri, Napoleon's soldier-chef and Villanelle, the extraordinary daughter of a Venetian boatmen, whose passionate personal stories are set against the grim background of the Napoleonic wars.
Available to download now: 'The Passion' by Jeanette Winterson Audiobook
Read by Tania Rodrigues Produced by Lizzie Davies and Jill Waters - The Waters Company
Deepti Kapoor is one of three writers commissioned from around the world, to contemplate the subject of 'getting away from it all'.
In 'Namaste' she "considers the Western tourists who have long headed to Goa for a dose of healing spirituality - and an Indian woman who tries to find a solution to her own troubles by offering the visitors what they seek."
You can listen to it again on iplayer: HERE