Pillow Book, The [15 Minute Drama]

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012017112020190325 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return for a new series of the popular mystery, The Pillow Book, set in 10th-century Japan.

Following the Empress Teishi's father's death, a new Chancellor holds power in the Palace. He has ensured his daughter now occupies the throne, as Empress and First
Consort to the Emperor.

Summoned to a meeting with the new Empress, Shonagon is visited by a disturbing vision.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Shonagon is summoned to meet the new empress, a strange and disturbing encounter.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

012017112020190325 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return for a new series of the popular mystery, The Pillow Book, set in 10th-century Japan.

Following the Empress Teishi's father's death, a new Chancellor holds power in the Palace. He has ensured his daughter now occupies the throne, as Empress and First
Consort to the Emperor.

Summoned to a meeting with the new Empress, Shonagon is visited by a disturbing vision.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Shonagon is summoned to meet the new empress, a strange and disturbing encounter.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return for a new series of the popular mystery, The Pillow Book, set in 10th-century Japan.

Following the Empress Teishi's father's death, a new Chancellor holds power in the Palace. He has ensured his daughter now occupies the throne, as Empress and First
Consort to the Emperor.

Summoned to a meeting with the new Empress, Shonagon is visited by a disturbing vision.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Shonagon is summoned to meet the new empress, a strange and disturbing encounter.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

022017112120190326 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return for a new series of the popular mystery, The Pillow Book, set in 10th-century Japan.

Having fainted in her first meeting with the new young Empress Shoshi, Lady Shonagon is humiliated and disgraced - and now, she finds herself investigated.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Lady Shonagon disgraces herself in front the empress, who sends her spies to investigate.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

022017112120190326 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return for a new series of the popular mystery, The Pillow Book, set in 10th-century Japan.

Having fainted in her first meeting with the new young Empress Shoshi, Lady Shonagon is humiliated and disgraced - and now, she finds herself investigated.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Lady Shonagon disgraces herself in front the empress, who sends her spies to investigate.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return for a new series of the popular mystery, The Pillow Book, set in 10th-century Japan.

Having fainted in her first meeting with the new young Empress Shoshi, Lady Shonagon is humiliated and disgraced - and now, she finds herself investigated.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Lady Shonagon disgraces herself in front the empress, who sends her spies to investigate.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

032017112220190327 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

Shonagon begins to connect the visitations by her Empress Teishi with a story she was once told by a drunken, but earnest, Lord - about a living ghost.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Concerned for Shonagon, Yukinari attempts to unravel the visions.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

032017112220190327 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

Shonagon begins to connect the visitations by her Empress Teishi with a story she was once told by a drunken, but earnest, Lord - about a living ghost.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Concerned for Shonagon, Yukinari attempts to unravel the visions.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

Shonagon begins to connect the visitations by her Empress Teishi with a story she was once told by a drunken, but earnest, Lord - about a living ghost.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Concerned for Shonagon, Yukinari attempts to unravel the visions.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

042017112320190328 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

Exhausted by the interviews with Yukinari, Lady Shonagon attempts to find some peace within the palace grounds, but the visions will not let her rest - and rage like the coming storm.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Shonagon leaves the palace during a storm, but she is pursued by disturbing visions.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

042017112320190328 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

Exhausted by the interviews with Yukinari, Lady Shonagon attempts to find some peace within the palace grounds, but the visions will not let her rest - and rage like the coming storm.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Shonagon leaves the palace during a storm, but she is pursued by disturbing visions.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

Exhausted by the interviews with Yukinari, Lady Shonagon attempts to find some peace within the palace grounds, but the visions will not let her rest - and rage like the coming storm.

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Shonagon leaves the palace during a storm, but she is pursued by disturbing visions.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

052017112420190329 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

The storm is passing, Lady Shonagon decides to revist a game of her youth and wander the palace corridors at night. She intends to wander alone, but that is not to be...

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Shonagon and Saisho wander the palace at night. But they are not alone.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

052017112420190329 (R4)

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

The storm is passing, Lady Shonagon decides to revist a game of her youth and wander the palace corridors at night. She intends to wander alone, but that is not to be...

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Shonagon and Saisho wander the palace at night. But they are not alone.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan.

The storm is passing, Lady Shonagon decides to revist a game of her youth and wander the palace corridors at night. She intends to wander alone, but that is not to be...

The Pillow Book is inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th-century Japanese court.

Written by Robert Forrest.

Directed by Lu Kemp.

A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.

Shonagon and Saisho wander the palace at night. But they are not alone.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations