By Alexis Zegerman

In his declining years, Yiddish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer is approached by a young girl, Deborah, who wishes to drive him to his lectures at the university in exchange for attending his course free of charge.

Her boldness pays off and the two embark on a robust and intimate relationship.

To mark the 100th anniversary of Nobel Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer's birth.

You can also hear stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer in Radio 4's Afternoon Reading all this week at 3.30pm.

Alma....Susan Engel

Deborah....Teresa Gallagher

Isaac Bashevis Singer....Karl Johnson

Directed by Lu Kemp