By John Berendt, abridged by Laurence Wareing.
Produced by Kirsteen Cameron.The author himself reads the first of five extracts from his new book.
It's a canal-level view of that most enigmatic and beautiful city, Venice.
This is John's first book since the bestselling Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil was published a decade ago.
The author himself reads extracts from his new book, detailing the lives of some of the more colourful inhabitants of Venice.
The book takes its title from a warning sign posted outside a dilapidated church - 'Beware of Falling Angels'.
The author himself reads extracts from his new book, an atmospheric account of the everyday lives of the inhabitants of Venice.
The author himself reads extracts from his new book, in which he details the life and work of the inhabitants of that most magical of cities, Venice.
Berendt admires the view inside the rebuilt Venice Opera House.