Wish You Weren't Here

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01No Mountain High Enough2015051520190516 (BBC7)Paula’s romantic weekend break in the Lake District is derailed when she meets fellow hotel guest Graham.

Written and read by Judy Flynn.

Wish You Weren’t Here is a series of three original short stories by award-winning writers about that awkward person you’d rather not meet…

Director....Heather Larmour

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2015.

Paula's romantic weekend break in the Lakes is derailed by a fellow hotel guest.

Short stories by three top writers about that awkward person one would rather not meet.

Wish You Weren't Here, a series of three original short stories by award-winning writers about that awkward person you'd rather not meet... In the first story Paula's romantic weekend break in the Lake District is derailed when she meets fellow hotel guest Graham. Written and read by Judy Flynn.

In our second instalment, a young couple buy a house, but there's a strange clause in the small print and a mysterious guest in their front room. Patrick FitzSymons reads Clare Dwyer Hogg's unsettling tale.

The series is concluded with Dermot Bolger's tale of literary fraud; Jack is relieved that his fifth book launch is going well, until an unexpected guest brings a pang of conscience and unwelcome memories of past plagiarism. A stranger, a mystery and an old friend all make us 'wish you weren't here'!

Writer - Judy Flynn

Reader - Judy Flynn

Director - Heather Larmour.

Director - Heather Larmour

02Small Print2015052220190522 (BBC7)A young couple buy a house, but there's a strange clause in the small print and a mysterious guest in their front room.

Patrick FitzSymons reads Clare Dwyer Hogg's unsettling tale.

Wish You Weren’t Here is a series of three original short stories by award-winning writers about that awkward person you’d rather not meet…

Director....Jenny Thompson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2015.

A young couple buy a house but there's an unexpected guest. Written by Clare Dwyer Hogg.

Short stories by three top writers about that awkward person one would rather not meet.

Wish You Weren't Here, a series of three original short stories by award-winning writers about that awkward person you'd rather not meet... In the first story Paula's romantic weekend break in the Lake District is derailed when she meets fellow hotel guest Graham. Written and read by Judy Flynn.

In our second instalment, a young couple buy a house, but there's a strange clause in the small print and a mysterious guest in their front room. Patrick FitzSymons reads Clare Dwyer Hogg's unsettling tale.

The series is concluded with Dermot Bolger's tale of literary fraud; Jack is relieved that his fifth book launch is going well, until an unexpected guest brings a pang of conscience and unwelcome memories of past plagiarism. A stranger, a mystery and an old friend all make us 'wish you weren't here'!

Writer - Clare Dwyer Hogg

Reader - Patrick FitzSymons

Director - Jenny Thompson.

Wish You Weren't Here, a series of three original short stories by award-winning writers about that awkward person you'd rather not meet... In the first story Paula's romantic weekend break in the Lake District is derailed when she meets fellow hotel guest Graham. Written and read by Judy Flynn.

03The Last Person2015052920190523 (BBC7)

Wish You Weren't Here, a series of three original short stories by award-winning writers about that awkward person you'd rather not meet... In the first story Paula's romantic weekend break in the Lake District is derailed when she meets fellow hotel guest Graham. Written and read by Judy Flynn.

In our second instalment, a young couple buy a house, but there's a strange clause in the small print and a mysterious guest in their front room. Patrick FitzSymons reads Clare Dwyer Hogg's unsettling tale.

The series is concluded with Dermot Bolger's tale of literary fraud; Jack is relieved that his fifth book launch is going well, until an unexpected guest brings a pang of conscience and unwelcome memories of past plagiarism. A stranger, a mystery and an old friend all make us 'wish you weren't here'!

Writer - Dermot Bolger

Reader - Richard Lumsden

Director - Jenny Thompson.

Jack is relieved that his fifth book launch is going well, until an unexpected guest brings a pang of conscience and unwelcome memories of past plagiarism.

A stranger, a mystery and an old friend all make us ‘wish you weren’t here’!

Dermot Bolger's tale of literary fraud read by Richard Lumsden

Wish You Weren’t Here is a series of three original short stories by award-winning writers about that awkward person you’d rather not meet…

Director....Jenny Thompson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2015.

An unwelcome guest at a book launch brings a pang of conscience to Dermot Bolger's writer.

Short stories by three top writers about that awkward person one would rather not meet.

Wish You Weren't Here, a series of three original short stories by award-winning writers about that awkward person you'd rather not meet... In the first story Paula's romantic weekend break in the Lake District is derailed when she meets fellow hotel guest Graham. Written and read by Judy Flynn.

In our second instalment, a young couple buy a house, but there's a strange clause in the small print and a mysterious guest in their front room. Patrick FitzSymons reads Clare Dwyer Hogg's unsettling tale.

The series is concluded with Dermot Bolger's tale of literary fraud; Jack is relieved that his fifth book launch is going well, until an unexpected guest brings a pang of conscience and unwelcome memories of pWoman's Hour (summary)

With Martha Kearney.

Includes drama at 10.45am [Rptd today 7.45pm]:

A Five Year Sentence

By Bernice Rubens, dramatised by Richard Monks.

5/5.

Jean finally realises that Brian is up to no good, but her revenge has a surprising victim.

Jean....Sheila Reid

Brian....Kenneth Cranham

Matron....Janet Henfrey

Mother....Evie Garratt

Violet....Tina Gray

Neighbour/Nurse....Ella Smith

Vicar/Police....Delroy Brown."

Director.... Jenny Thompson