Abridged by Jane Marshall.
The House In France is the childhood memoir of Gully Wells, now the Features Editor at Conde Nast Traveller magazine.
Gully was the long time girlfriend of Martin Amis, the dedicatee of his first novel and features as the character Lily in his latest work, The Pregnant Widow.
Gully's mother, Dee Wells was the outspoken and often furiously rude American journalist who became a regular on satirical television chat shows in the 1960s.
Gully observes the life of her mother, a self confessed adventuress, and her stepfather, the philosopher Freddie Ayer, with affection and humour as they swing their way through the London of the 1960s.
Read by Rosalind Ayres
Produced by Jane Marshall.
Gully Wells remembers life in swinging 60s London with her mother Dee Wells.