Fiona Neill examines the reality behind the apparently bohemian lifestyle enjoyed by creative people, talking to William Miller, Guy Chambers and the daughter of Daphne Du Maurier.
Fiona Neill examines the reality behind the seemingly bohemian lives of creative people.
Author and journalist Fiona Neill explores the experience of growing up in a creatively successful family.
Fiona examines the reality behind the apparently bohemian lifestyle enjoyed by writers, musicians and artists.
She talks to the daughter of novelist Daphne Du Maurier about the loneliness of being brought up by the reclusive writer.
William Miller talks about the bohemian lifestyle enjoyed by his parents and its impact on his own life choices.
Songwriter Guy Chambers recalls the fun of being brought up in a household dominated by music.
A Paladin Invision production for BBC Radio 4.