Monday, April 27, 2020

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2020 : Tale of King Magedwon “Another Murder in the Royal Court” Ep.5

Good evening,
Here we are with the fifth night of our Radio Arabian Nights for this year.
We will continue our tale for this year, the tale of King Magedwon.
First of all, You can refresh your mind with what happened last night here.

Second of all, in tonight’s episode, you will hear by mistake an overlapped recording which originally happened during the digitization of those records at the Egyptian State Radion.

Now without further ado listen to the 737th episode of the Egyptian State’s One Thousand and One Nights or the fifth night in our tale for the year 2020, the tale of King Magedwon in Arabic after the break.

A Persian court with someone killed  18th century
A Persian court with someone killed
18th century
Prince Karim’s hunting trip companions could not find him and return immediately to the Royal Court to inform his father King Magedwon.

The King summons his minister Shamdon to tell him about the absence of his son.
Wicked Shamdon brings his assistant Mawood to the court claiming that he has got something to say related to the Prince they can’t find.

Mawood stands in front Magedwon claiming that he saw two men kidnapping Karim during the hunting trip.
Suddenly, Vizier Shamdon gets his dagger and plunges it into Mawood killing him.
“You did not protect the prince, you left him to be kidnapped, you coward,” He says as King Magedwon is stunned.

Mawood tires to say something but it is too late. He dies and his secret dies with him.

Away in that well, Prince Karim El-Din hears a sound and suddenly two eyes appear and flash in the darkness.

Tomorrow we will know what Karim found in the well.

1 comment:

  1. There are two recordings mixed together in this audio! Strange, but I could still follow the plot.


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