A Georgian Trilogy

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AR01A Peacock In Sulphur2010020220121007

Niko Pirosmani was one of Georgia's greatest artists, but was it his art that killed him?

The first of three specially commissioned stories by James Hopkin. Niko Pirosmani was one of Georgia's greatest artists, but was it his art that killed him?

Read by Allan Corduner

Producer:Rosalynd Ward

A Sweet Talk Production for BBC Radio 4.

Series of specially-commissioned stories by James Hopkin, inspired by his travels in Georgia in autumn 2008.

Produced by Rosalynd Ward

AR02The Wurst Express From Kakheti2010020320121014

The second of three specially commissioned stories by James Hopkin, inspired by his travels in Georgia.

It is summer 2008 and an impoverished Georgian poet is living in Berlin for three months. He is not expecting to hear shattering news from his homeland.

Read by Tom Goodman-Hill.

Producer: Rosalynd Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

A Georgian poet staying in Berlin isn't expecting to hear shattering news from home.

Series of specially-commissioned stories by James Hopkin, inspired by his travels in Georgia.

It is summer 2008 and an impoverished Georgian poet is living in Berlin for three months.

He is not expecting to hear shattering news from his homeland.

Produced by Rosalynd Ward

AR03 LASTThe Soul Is Missing Fairy Tales!2010020420121021

A tour bus of journalists, writers and artists breaks down on an infamous military highway

The third of three specially commissioned stories by James Hopkin, inspired by his travels in Georgia in Autumn 2008.

A tour bus of journalists, writers and artists breaks down on the infamous military highway from Vladikavkaz to Tbilisi. It is only nine days since the Russian army withdrew from parts of Georgia, but there are rumours of a return.

Read by Ben Miles.

Producer: Rosalynd Ward

A Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4.

Series of specially-commissioned stories by James Hopkin, inspired by his travels in Georgia in autumn 2008.

A tour bus of journalists, writers and artists breaks down on the infamous military highway from Vladikavkaz to Tbilisi.

It is only nine days since the Russian army withdrew from parts of Georgia, but there are rumours of a return.

Produced by Rosalynd Ward