2/5 Virginia Woolf's biography of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's devoted spaniel, Flush, is read by Jenny Coverack.
Flush has abandoned the memories of his early days in the country, and is now Miss Barrett's constant companion in her father's house in Wimpole Street.
However, when his beloved owner embarks on a very special correspondence, Flush senses change is in the air.
His fears are confirmed with the arrival of a new visitor to the invalid's bedroom.
When Flush realises he longer occupies the most important place in Miss Barrett's affections, he decides to make his feelings about the usurper Mr Browning clear in the only way he knows.
Abridged and produced by Sara Davies.
A rival for Miss Barrett's affections appears on the scene.