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0120160404

Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

Berkshire, 1924. On the one day of the year when servants are given leave to visit their families, orphaned maid Jane languishes in the bed of her lover.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0220160405

Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

Maid Jane Fairchild answers a telephone call at Beechwood which will change not only the course of her Mothering Sunday but, in time, also her life.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0220160405

Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

Maid Jane Fairchild answers a telephone call at Beechwood which will change not only the course of her Mothering Sunday but, in time, also her life.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0320160406

Set in the aftermath of the Great War, Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

On the traditional servants' holiday maid Jane has been summoned by her lover Paul, the only surviving son of neighbouring Upleigh House.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0320160406

Set in the aftermath of the Great War, Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

On the traditional servants' holiday maid Jane has been summoned by her lover Paul, the only surviving son of neighbouring Upleigh House.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0420160407

Set in the aftermath of the Great War, Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

After spending the morning in bed together, Jane accepts that her lover Paul Sheringham must leave her to meet his wealthy fiancée.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0420160407

Set in the aftermath of the Great War, Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

After spending the morning in bed together, Jane accepts that her lover Paul Sheringham must leave her to meet his wealthy fiancée.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0520160408

Set in the aftermath of the Great War, Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

As Jane languishes in Paul Sheringham's bed, her lover dresses with meticulous care in preparation for meeting his fiancée.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0520160408

Set in the aftermath of the Great War, Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

As Jane languishes in Paul Sheringham's bed, her lover dresses with meticulous care in preparation for meeting his fiancée.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0620160411

Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

After their secret assignation on Mothering Sunday, Jane Fairchild is given the freedom of her lover Paul's empty mansion when he leaves to meet his fiancée for lunch.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0620160411

Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

After their secret assignation on Mothering Sunday, Jane Fairchild is given the freedom of her lover Paul's empty mansion when he leaves to meet his fiancée for lunch.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0720160412

Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

As author Jane Fairchild is interviewed later in life, she finds her thoughts returning to the afternoon in 1924 when everything changed.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0720160412

Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

As author Jane Fairchild is interviewed later in life, she finds her thoughts returning to the afternoon in 1924 when everything changed.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0820160413

Serialised reading of Graham Swift's novel.

0920160414
0920160414

Serialised reading of Graham Swift's novel.

1020160415

Set in the aftermath of the Great War, Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

Jane reflects on how her last, secret, assignation with Paul Sheringham would lead indirectly to her future literary success.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

1020160415

Set in the aftermath of the Great War, Booker prize-winner Graham Swift's new novel is a luminous and sensual meditation on truth, loss and the forging of a writer.

Jane reflects on how her last, secret, assignation with Paul Sheringham would lead indirectly to her future literary success.

Read by Eileen Atkins

Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie.