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2016012220180608 (R4)

A psychological thriller. Journalist Ruth fights to recover the memory of her abduction.

Radio 4 drama

A psychological thriller by the BAFTA-winning writer Trevor Preston who died in April. Ruth was a successful investigative journalist until a terrible accident in France. Her physical recovery now takes second place to her desperate need to remember what really happened that night. Only recovering that memory can allay the fears that fill her every thought.

Ruth....Raquel Cassidy
Dr. Quinn....Caroline Catz
Elsa....Jasmine Hyde
Bernard....Stephane Cornicard
Jean....Chris Pavlo
Farid....Maximilien Seweryn
Rushmer....Ewan Bailey
Professor....Sean Baker

Directed by Toby Swift

Trevor Preston trained at the Royal College of Art before embarking on a career in television. He wrote for many of the best dramas of the 1970s and 80s, including Ace of Wands, Callan, The Sweeney, Minder, Out and Fox, for which Trevor received a BAFTA in 1981. His film work includes Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire and the Mike Hodges directed I'll Sleep When I'm Dead starring Clive Owen. Trevor wrote several radio dramas, the first of which, Flaw in the Motor, Dust in the Blood, was shortlisted for the Imison Award and a Mental Health in the Media Award in 2009.

2016012220180608 (R4)

A psychological thriller. Journalist Ruth fights to recover the memory of her abduction.

Radio 4 drama

A psychological thriller by the BAFTA-winning writer Trevor Preston who died in April. Ruth was a successful investigative journalist until a terrible accident in France. Her physical recovery now takes second place to her desperate need to remember what really happened that night. Only recovering that memory can allay the fears that fill her every thought.

Ruth....Raquel Cassidy
Dr. Quinn....Caroline Catz
Elsa....Jasmine Hyde
Bernard....Stephane Cornicard
Jean....Chris Pavlo
Farid....Maximilien Seweryn
Rushmer....Ewan Bailey
Professor....Sean Baker

Directed by Toby Swift

Trevor Preston trained at the Royal College of Art before embarking on a career in television. He wrote for many of the best dramas of the 1970s and 80s, including Ace of Wands, Callan, The Sweeney, Minder, Out and Fox, for which Trevor received a BAFTA in 1981. His film work includes Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire and the Mike Hodges directed I'll Sleep When I'm Dead starring Clive Owen. Trevor wrote several radio dramas, the first of which, Flaw in the Motor, Dust in the Blood, was shortlisted for the Imison Award and a Mental Health in the Media Award in 2009.