Truth Is A Cave In The Black Mountains, The [Book At Bedtime]

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012015112320200105 (BBC7)
20200106 (BBC7)

A dwarf seeks a guide to a certain cave on the Misty Isle.

Chilling revenge for a terrible crime is at the heart of Neil Gaiman's multi-award-winning novelette, inspired by a Hebridean myth and originally commissioned by the Sydney Opera House for the Graphic Festival with celebrated illustrator Eddie Campbell.

Reader: Bill Paterson
Writer: Neil Gaiman

Abridged and produced by Karen Rose

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in November 2015.

In Neil Gaiman's story, a dwarf seeks a guide to a certain cave on the Misty Isle.

Readings from modern classics, new works by leading writers and world literature

Chilling revenge for a terrible crime is at the heart of Neil Gaiman's multi-award-winning novelette, inspired by a Hebridean myth and originally commissioned by the Sydney Opera House for the Graphic Festival with celebrated illustrator Eddie Campbell.

Reader: Bill Paterson
Writer: Neil Gaiman

In Neil Gaiman's story, a dwarf seeks a guide to a certain cave on the Misty Isle.

By Neil Gaiman. Dark tale inspired by a Hebridean myth. Read by Bill Paterson

022015112420200112 (BBC7)
20200113 (BBC7)

Chilling revenge for a terrible crime is at the heart of Neil Gaiman's multi-award-winning novelette, inspired by a Hebridean myth and originally commissioned by Sydney Opera House for the Graphic Festival with celebrated illustrator Eddie Campbell.

2/5. The dwarf persuades Callum McInnes to take him to the cave on the Misty Isle.

Reader: Bill Paterson
Writer: Neil Gaiman

Abridged and produced by Karen Rose
A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

The dwarf persuades Calum McInnes to take him to the cave on the Misty Isle.

Readings from modern classics, new works by leading writers and world literature

Abridged and produced by Karen Rose

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in November 2015.

Chilling revenge for a terrible crime is at the heart of Neil Gaiman's multi-award-winning novelette, inspired by a Hebridean myth and originally commissioned by Sydney Opera House for the Graphic Festival with celebrated illustrator Eddie Campbell.

Reader: Bill Paterson
Writer: Neil Gaiman

By Neil Gaiman. Dark tale inspired by a Hebridean myth. Read by Bill Paterson

032015112520200119 (BBC7)
20200120 (BBC7)

Chilling revenge for a terrible crime is at the heart of Neil Gaiman's multi-award-winning novelette, inspired by a Hebridean myth and originally commissioned by Sydney Opera House for the Graphic Festival with celebrated illustrator Eddie Campbell.

3/5. The reaver realises the dwarf is not all that he seems.

Reader: Bill Paterson
Writer: Neil Gaiman

Abridged and produced by Karen Rose
A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

Readings from modern classics, new works by leading writers and world literature

Abridged and produced by Karen Rose

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in November 2015.

Chilling revenge for a terrible crime is at the heart of Neil Gaiman's multi-award-winning novelette, inspired by a Hebridean myth and originally commissioned by Sydney Opera House for the Graphic Festival with celebrated illustrator Eddie Campbell.

Reader: Bill Paterson
Writer: Neil Gaiman

By Neil Gaiman. Dark tale inspired by a Hebridean myth. Read by Bill Paterson

042015112620200126 (BBC7)
20200127 (BBC7)

Chilling revenge for a terrible crime is at the heart of Neil Gaiman's multi-award-winning novelette, inspired by a Hebridean myth and originally commissioned by Sydney Opera House for the Graphic Festival with celebrated illustrator Eddie Campbell.

4/5. The dwarf and the reaver reach the cave, where something is waiting.

Reader: Bill Paterson
Writer: Neil Gaiman

Abridged and produced by Karen Rose
A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

By Neil Gaiman. Dark tale inspired by a Hebridean myth. Read by Bill Paterson

05 LAST2015112720200202 (BBC7)
20200203 (BBC7)

The dwarf's terrible secret is finally revealed.

Chilling revenge for a terrible crime is at the heart of Neil Gaiman's multi-award-winning novelette, inspired by a Hebridean myth and originally commissioned by Sydney Opera House for the Graphic Festival with celebrated illustrator Eddie Campbell.

Concluded by Bill Paterson.

Writer: Neil Gaiman

Abridged and produced by Karen Rose.

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4 first broadcast in November 2015.

By Neil Gaiman. Dark tale inspired by a Hebridean myth. Read by Bill Paterson