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Taut thriller by Simon Passmore.

As Chris and Sam cruise out of Poole Harbour in a borrowed luxury motor yacht, they are looking forward to a trip across to France for dinner and returning the following day.

But their idyllic weekend turns into a nightmare.

Chris....Richard Lintern

Sam....Nadine Marshall

Finn....Damian O'Hare.

"Taut thriller by Simon Passmore.

As Chris and Sam cruise out of Poole Harbour in a borrowed luxury motor yacht, they are looking forward to a trip across to France for dinner and returning the following day.

But their idyllic weekend turns into a nightmare.

Chris....Richard Lintern

Sam....Nadine Marshall

Finn....Damian O'Hare."

"A trip to France with her husband on a luxury motor yacht turns Sam's life upside down. Taut thriller starring Nadine Marshall.

4 Extra Debut. A trip to France with her husband on a luxury motor yacht turns Sam's life upside down. Taut thriller starring Nadine Marshall.

Taut thriller by Simon Passmore.

As Chris and Sam cruise out of Poole Harbour in a borrowed luxury motor yacht, they are looking forward to a trip across to France for dinner and returning the following day.

But their idyllic weekend turns into a nightmare.

Chris....Richard Lintern

Sam....Nadine Marshall

Finn....Damian O'Hare.

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DRAMA2018010620190330 (R4)by Penelope Fitzgerald dramatised by Michael Butt

Michael Butt's dramatisation of Penelope Fitzgerald's 1979 Booker Prize-winning novel is set amongst a small community of eccentric barge-dwellers on the River Thames. Nenna and her two daughters have tricky decisions to make.

Director: David Hunter.

Penelope Fitzgerald's Booker Prize-winning novel set amongst 1960s Thames Barge-dwellers.

Drama from BBC Radio 4

by Penelope Fitzgerald dramatised by Michael Butt

Michael Butt's dramatisation of Penelope Fitzgerald's 1979 Booker Prize-winning novel is set amongst a small community of eccentric barge-dwellers on the River Thames. Nenna and her two daughters have tricky decisions to make.

Director: David Hunter.

Penelope Fitzgerald's Booker Prize-winning novel set amongst 1960s Thames Barge-dwellers.

Drama from BBC Radio 4