Following the tragic death of his 13-year-old daughter Charlie in a train accident in December 2005, Reg Thompson began writing to her in an attempt to bring her closer and - and to make sense of the waste of a young life.
Jeff Rawle reads from the poignant epistles, as the family try to come to terms with their loss. After a rail accident killed his daughter Charlie Thompson in 2005, her father Reg began writing to her. Read by Jeff Rawle.
After a rail accident killed his daughter Charlie Thompson in 2005, her father Reg began writing to her. Read by Jeff Rawle.
Already grieving for her cousin Dan, Charlie's family struggle to cope after her death. Jeff Rawle reads Reg Thompson's letters.
Charlie's birthday and Mother's Day are poignant reminders of the absence of Reg Thompson's daughter. Read by Jeff Rawle.
Spring arrives, bringing with it a sense of new beginnings. Jeff Rawle reads Reg Thompson's letters to much-missed Charlie.
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With a new house and a holiday, the family know they'll never leave Charlie behind. Jeff Rawle concludes Reg Thompson's letters.