The People’s Friend Presents… Easy Rider

The People's Friend Presents Easy Rider by John Kenworthy

We hit the open road and head back, full throttle, to the 1940s for this light-hearted tale by John Kenworthy. But hold on tight, there may be some bumps in the road ahead, as The People’s Friend Presents… Easy Rider.

The new bike had been bought to make Harold’s life easier,
but that wasn’t turning out to be the case at all!

This humorous story is read for us by Terry Wale. A Londoner by birth, Terry’s career as an actor, director and occasional playwright covers six decades, and includes visits to the USA, Canada and New Zealand. Having written a number of plays for television and radio, he went on to write his first stage play about the life and career of Judy Garland for his wife, Lesley Mackie, whose performance in the West End of London won her a Laurence Olivier Award in 1986. Terry has also recorded more than 200 audio books. He and Lesley now live in Perth where they first met as actors more than 40 years ago.

Click on the image below to hear the story.

The People’s Friend Presents… is a new way to enjoy the type of stories our readers love. Each Wednesday we bring you free to listen to audio readings of some favourite stories from the weekly magazine and The People’s Friend Specials, so remember to check back each week to see – and hear – what’s new.

And don’t forget you can also listen to and download our previous story readings at our page on SoundCloud.

Dan McGachey