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England has been ravaged by floods. Father Ford, a young vulnerable priest, has been sent by his Bishop to a particularly bleak and windswept part of England to assess the viability of continuing worship in a grim little village church, flood-ravaged and isolated. There he meets what seems to be the hamlet's one remaining resident, Perry. But, as time passes, the two men start to believe they are not alone after all.

A profound, poetic and haunting multi-layered drama by Neil Noon, a dramatist new to radio, starring Lee Ingleby as Perry and Blake Ritson as Ford.

Directed by Gordon House

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

England has been ravaged by floods. Father Ford, a young vulnerable priest, has been sent by his Bishop to a particularly bleak and windswept part of England to assess the viability of continuing worship in a grim little village church, flood-ravaged and isolated. There he meets what seems to be the hamlet's one remaining resident, Perry. But, as time passes, the two men start to believe they are not alone after all.

A profound, poetic and haunting multi-layered drama by Neil Noon, a dramatist new to radio, starring Lee Ingleby as Perry and Blake Ritson as Ford.

Directed by Gordon House

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.