Bath Festival Stories By Candlelight

Episodes

SeriesEpisodeTitleRepeatedComments
AR01Stowmont20111030
20100302 (BBC7)
20130502 (BBC7)
20130503 (BBC7)
20140814 (BBC7)
20140815 (BBC7)

By Sadie Jones.

The owner of a house is overtaken by forces he doesn't understand.

Bath Festival Stories by Candlelight

The first in a series of supernatural tales commissioned by Radio 4 for last year's Bath Literature Festival

1/3 : Stowmont by Sadie Jones, read by John Telfer.

An 18th century story about a man and the architect he employs, who are forced to shelter for the night from a snow storm in the house they have resolved to pull down and replace.

In spite of their rationalism, and beyond their comprehension, the past asserts itself over their will.

Producer Christine Hall.

An 18th century story about a man and the architect he employs, who are forced to shelter for the night from a snow storm in the house they have resolved to pull down and replace. In spite of their rationalism, and beyond their comprehension, the past asserts itself over their will.

By Sadie Jones. A farmer wants his house demolished. The house has other ideas.

A farmer wants his house demolished. The house has other ideas.

AR01Stowmont20111030
20100302 (BBC7)
20130502 (BBC7)
20130503 (BBC7)
20140814 (BBC7)
20140815 (BBC7)

By Sadie Jones.

The owner of a house is overtaken by forces he doesn't understand.

Bath Festival Stories by Candlelight

The first in a series of supernatural tales commissioned by Radio 4 for last year's Bath Literature Festival

1/3 : Stowmont by Sadie Jones, read by John Telfer.

An 18th century story about a man and the architect he employs, who are forced to shelter for the night from a snow storm in the house they have resolved to pull down and replace.

In spite of their rationalism, and beyond their comprehension, the past asserts itself over their will.

Producer Christine Hall.

An 18th century story about a man and the architect he employs, who are forced to shelter for the night from a snow storm in the house they have resolved to pull down and replace. In spite of their rationalism, and beyond their comprehension, the past asserts itself over their will.

By Sadie Jones. A farmer wants his house demolished. The house has other ideas.

A farmer wants his house demolished. The house has other ideas.

AR02The Ghost Writer20111106
20100303 (BBC7)
20130503 (BBC7)
20130504 (BBC7)
20140815 (BBC7)
20140816 (BBC7)

By Amanda Craig.

Chance throws together two novelists with very different backgrounds.

Bath Festival Stories by Candlelight

The second of a series of supernatural tales commissioned by Radio 4 for last year's Bath Literature Festival.

2/3 The Ghost Writer by Amanda Craig, read by John Telfer

Justin Vest, critically-acclaimed but poorly-selling novelist, is staying temporarily in the home of the late, wildly successful, very pink and fluffy writer Arabella Fysshe.

At first glance they don't have much in common - for a start, he's alive and she isn't - but Arabella has some unfinished business with the world.

Producer Christine Hall.

By Amanda Craig. Chance throws together two novelists with very different backgrounds.

Justin Vest, critically-acclaimed but poorly-selling novelist, is staying temporarily in the home of the late, wildly successful, very pink and fluffy writer Arabella Fysshe. At first glance they don't have much in common - for a start, he's alive and she isn't - but Arabella has some unfinished business with the world.

AR02The Ghost Writer20111106
20100303 (BBC7)
20130503 (BBC7)
20130504 (BBC7)
20140815 (BBC7)
20140816 (BBC7)

By Amanda Craig.

Chance throws together two novelists with very different backgrounds.

Bath Festival Stories by Candlelight

The second of a series of supernatural tales commissioned by Radio 4 for last year's Bath Literature Festival.

2/3 The Ghost Writer by Amanda Craig, read by John Telfer

Justin Vest, critically-acclaimed but poorly-selling novelist, is staying temporarily in the home of the late, wildly successful, very pink and fluffy writer Arabella Fysshe.

At first glance they don't have much in common - for a start, he's alive and she isn't - but Arabella has some unfinished business with the world.

Producer Christine Hall.

By Amanda Craig. Chance throws together two novelists with very different backgrounds.

Justin Vest, critically-acclaimed but poorly-selling novelist, is staying temporarily in the home of the late, wildly successful, very pink and fluffy writer Arabella Fysshe. At first glance they don't have much in common - for a start, he's alive and she isn't - but Arabella has some unfinished business with the world.

AR03 LASTThe Whisper20111113
20100304 (BBC7)
20130506 (BBC7)
20130507 (BBC7)
20140818 (BBC7)
20140819 (BBC7)

Bath Festival Stories by Candlelight

The last in a series of supernatural tales commissioned by Radio 4 for last year's Bath Literature Festival.

3/3 : The Whisper by Diana Evans read by Syan Blake

Rachel is a burden to her neighbours, but she carries her own burden too.

Producer Christine Hall.

By Diana Evans.

Rachel is a burden to her neighbours, but she carries a burden of her own.

By Diana Evans. Rachel is a burden to her neighbours, but she carries a burden of her own.

AR03 LASTThe Whisper20111113
20100304 (BBC7)
20130506 (BBC7)
20130507 (BBC7)
20140818 (BBC7)
20140819 (BBC7)

Bath Festival Stories by Candlelight

The last in a series of supernatural tales commissioned by Radio 4 for last year's Bath Literature Festival.

3/3 : The Whisper by Diana Evans read by Syan Blake

Rachel is a burden to her neighbours, but she carries her own burden too.

Producer Christine Hall.

By Diana Evans.

Rachel is a burden to her neighbours, but she carries a burden of her own.

By Diana Evans. Rachel is a burden to her neighbours, but she carries a burden of her own.