Danish Noir

Episodes

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01Last Train to Helsingor20120513

(01/03)

Strange things wait for Borg when he wakes in a disused railway siding.

(01/03)

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen. In 'Last Train to Helsingor' Henrik Borg has done well for himself; he drive a Mercedes to and from work though prefers the train from Copenhagen to Helsingor, because it is predictable.

But things start to go wrong when Borg falls asleep, and wakes up in a mysterious, deserted railway siding.

Heidi Amsinck, a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen, has covered Britain for the Danish press since 1992. Heidi has written numerous short stories including The Chanterelles of Ostvig (2008), Conning Mrs Vinterberg (2007) and Detained (2005), all of which were produced by Sweet Talk for BBC Radio 4.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim McInnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

02The Light From Dead Stars20120520

On his retirement day, Detective Jensen gets a new lead on an unsolved case.

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen.

Detective Viggo Jensen retires today. For the last 28 years he has asked himself the question: who killed Leif Heinemann? A journalist has described this case as the one significant failure of his career. But as he clears his desk, Viggo receives a mysterious phone call which gives him a new lead.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim McInnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

02The Light From Dead Stars20120520

On his retirement day, Detective Jensen gets a new lead on an unsolved case.

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen.

Detective Viggo Jensen retires today. For the last 28 years he has asked himself the question: who killed Leif Heinemann? A journalist has described this case as the one significant failure of his career. But as he clears his desk, Viggo receives a mysterious phone call which gives him a new lead.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim McInnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

02The Light from Dead Stars20120520

On his retirement day, Detective Jensen gets a new lead on an unsolved case.

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen.

Detective Viggo Jensen retires today. For the last 28 years he has asked himself the question: who killed Leif Heinemann? A journalist has described this case as the one significant failure of his career. But as he clears his desk, Viggo receives a mysterious phone call which gives him a new lead.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim McInnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

03 LASTThe Wailing Girl2012052720120527 (R4)

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a mysterious place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and sometimes dark things happen.

At the castle at Amalieholm, legend has it that you can hear a girl crying at night, supposedly the ghost of a young maid who was drowned in the moat by a nobleman after giving birth to his child. Magnus, the castle guide, doesn't believe in ghosts, but wonders what would happen if the castle owner, 95-year-old Baroness Feltenborg, could be made to believe in the wailing girl?

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim McInnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a mysterious place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and sometimes dark things happen.

At the castle at Amalieholm, legend has it that you can hear a girl crying at night, supposedly the ghost of a young maid who was drowned in the moat by a nobleman after giving birth to his child. Magnus, the castle guide, doesn't believe in ghosts, but wonders what would happen if the castle owner, 95-year-old Baroness Feltenborg, could be made to believe in the wailing girl?

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim McInnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

1Last Train to Helsingor20120513

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen. In 'Last Train to Helsingor' Henrik Borg has done well for himself; he drive a Mercedes to and from work though prefers the train from Copenhagen to Helsingor, because it is predictable.

But things start to go wrong when Borg falls asleep, and wakes up in a mysterious, deserted railway siding.

Heidi Amsinck, a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen, has covered Britain for the Danish press since 1992. Heidi has written numerous short stories including The Chanterelles of Ostvig (2008), Conning Mrs Vinterberg (2007) and Detained (2005), all of which were produced by Sweet Talk for BBC Radio 4.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim McInnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

. Strange things wait for Borg when he wakes in a disused railway siding.

AR01Last Train To Helsingor2010120720120513

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen.

In 'Last Train to Helsingor' Henrik Borg has done well for himself; he drive a Mercedes to and from work though prefers the train from Copenhagen to Helsingor, because it is predictable.

But things start to go wrong when Borg falls asleep, and wakes up in a mysterious, deserted railway siding.

Heidi Amsinck, a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen, has covered Britain for the Danish press since 1992.

Heidi has written numerous short stories including The Chanterelles of Ostvig (2008), Conning Mrs Vinterberg (2007) and Detained (2005), all of which were produced by Sweet Talk for BBC Radio 4.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim Mcinnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

By Heidi Amsinck.

Strange things wait for Borg when he wakes in a disused railway siding.

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen. In 'Last Train to Helsingor' Henrik Borg has done well for himself; he drive a Mercedes to and from work though prefers the train from Copenhagen to Helsingor, because it is predictable.

Heidi Amsinck, a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen, has covered Britain for the Danish press since 1992. Heidi has written numerous short stories including The Chanterelles of Ostvig (2008), Conning Mrs Vinterberg (2007) and Detained (2005), all of which were produced by Sweet Talk for BBC Radio 4.

(01/03)

AR01Last Train To Helsingor2010120720120513

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen.

In 'Last Train to Helsingor' Henrik Borg has done well for himself; he drive a Mercedes to and from work though prefers the train from Copenhagen to Helsingor, because it is predictable.

But things start to go wrong when Borg falls asleep, and wakes up in a mysterious, deserted railway siding.

Heidi Amsinck, a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen, has covered Britain for the Danish press since 1992.

Heidi has written numerous short stories including The Chanterelles of Ostvig (2008), Conning Mrs Vinterberg (2007) and Detained (2005), all of which were produced by Sweet Talk for BBC Radio 4.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim Mcinnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

By Heidi Amsinck.

Strange things wait for Borg when he wakes in a disused railway siding.

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen. In 'Last Train to Helsingor' Henrik Borg has done well for himself; he drive a Mercedes to and from work though prefers the train from Copenhagen to Helsingor, because it is predictable.

Heidi Amsinck, a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen, has covered Britain for the Danish press since 1992. Heidi has written numerous short stories including The Chanterelles of Ostvig (2008), Conning Mrs Vinterberg (2007) and Detained (2005), all of which were produced by Sweet Talk for BBC Radio 4.

(01/03)

AR02The Light From Dead Stars20101208

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen.

In 'Last Train to Helsingor' Henrik Borg has done well for himself; he drive a Mercedes to and from work though prefers the train from Copenhagen to Helsingor, because it is predictable.

But things start to go wrong when Borg falls asleep, and wakes up in a mysterious, deserted railway siding.

Heidi Amsinck, a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen, has covered Britain for the Danish press since 1992.

Heidi has written numerous short stories including The Chanterelles of Ostvig (2008), Conning Mrs Vinterberg (2007) and Detained (2005), all of which were produced by Sweet Talk for BBC Radio 4.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim Mcinnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

By Heidi Amsinck.

Strange things wait for Borg when he wakes in a disused railway siding.

AR02The Light From Dead Stars20101208

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen.

In 'Last Train to Helsingor' Henrik Borg has done well for himself; he drive a Mercedes to and from work though prefers the train from Copenhagen to Helsingor, because it is predictable.

But things start to go wrong when Borg falls asleep, and wakes up in a mysterious, deserted railway siding.

Heidi Amsinck, a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen, has covered Britain for the Danish press since 1992.

Heidi has written numerous short stories including The Chanterelles of Ostvig (2008), Conning Mrs Vinterberg (2007) and Detained (2005), all of which were produced by Sweet Talk for BBC Radio 4.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim Mcinnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

By Heidi Amsinck.

Strange things wait for Borg when he wakes in a disused railway siding.

AR03 LASTThe Wailing Girl20101209
AR03 LASTThe Wailing Girl20101209

In these three specially-commissioned tales by Heidi Amsinck, Denmark is a place of twilight and shadows: a mysterious place where strange and often dark things happen.

In 'Last Train to Helsingor' Henrik Borg has done well for himself; he drive a Mercedes to and from work though prefers the train from Copenhagen to Helsingor, because it is predictable.

But things start to go wrong when Borg falls asleep, and wakes up in a mysterious, deserted railway siding.

Heidi Amsinck, a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen, has covered Britain for the Danish press since 1992.

Heidi has written numerous short stories including The Chanterelles of Ostvig (2008), Conning Mrs Vinterberg (2007) and Detained (2005), all of which were produced by Sweet Talk for BBC Radio 4.

Written by Heidi Amsinck

Read by Tim Mcinnerny

Producer: Ros Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

By Heidi Amsinck.

Strange things wait for Borg when he wakes in a disused railway siding.