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0120150202

by Andrew O'Hagan

Anne is beginning to forget things. But a ceramic rabbit stirs long-buried memories.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader : Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0220150203

0220150203

by Andrew O'Hagan.

As Anne's memory fragments at home in Scotland, her grandson Luke toils with his platoon in the fierce heat of Afghanistan.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives quietly in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned restrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0220150203

by Andrew O'Hagan.

As Anne's memory fragments at home in Scotland, her grandson Luke toils with his platoon in the fierce heat of Afghanistan.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives quietly in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned restrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0220150203

0220150203

by Andrew O'Hagan.

As Anne's memory fragments at home in Scotland, her grandson Luke toils with his platoon in the fierce heat of Afghanistan.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives quietly in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned restrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0220150203

by Andrew O'Hagan.

As Anne's memory fragments at home in Scotland, her grandson Luke toils with his platoon in the fierce heat of Afghanistan.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives quietly in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned restrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0220150203

by Andrew O'Hagan.

As Anne's memory fragments at home in Scotland, her grandson Luke toils with his platoon in the fierce heat of Afghanistan.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives quietly in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned restrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0320150204

0320150204

by Andrew O'Hagan.

In Helmand, Luke and his platoon find themeselves in danger. Meanwhile back in Ayrshire, Anne remembers her past as a photographer.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82 year-old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0320150204

by Andrew O'Hagan.

In Helmand, Luke and his platoon find themeselves in danger. Meanwhile back in Ayrshire, Anne remembers her past as a photographer.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82 year-old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0320150204

by Andrew O'Hagan.

In Helmand, Luke and his platoon find themeselves in danger. Meanwhile back in Ayrshire, Anne remembers her past as a photographer.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82 year-old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0420150205

by Andrew O'Hagan.

Anne's obsession with her ceramic rabbit has been noticed at the sheltered housing complex.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective of her work stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0520150206

by Andrew O'Hagan

Luke has a sense of foreboding as the soldiers leave the convoy to go sightseeing in Kandahar, while Anne's artistic achievements are about to be recognised.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0620150209

by Andrew O'Hagan

As the Helmand mission begins, Luke is worried about his commanding officer Scullion's erratic behaviour. Meanwhile in Scotland, Alice responds to growing interest in her mother Anne's photographic archive.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0720150210

by Andrew O'Hagan

After witnessing Scullion's horrific battlefield injuries, Luke has left the army. Back in Scotland he vows to help his gran track down her missing photographic archive.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0820150211

by Andrew O'Hagan

Luke plans a trip to Blackpool in search of his gran's missing photographs, as well as answers to some of the mysteries in her past.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

0920150212

by Andrew O'Hagan

Anne is on the road to Blackpool with her grandson Luke, who is determined to piece together the fragments of his gran's past.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

Abridged by Sian Preece

Reader: Maureen Beattie

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

1020150213

1020150213

by Andrew O'Hagan

Luke has left the army for good and travelled to Blackpool with Anne to locate her lost archive, along the way uncovering the tragedy which led to her giving up photography.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.

1020150213

by Andrew O'Hagan

Luke has left the army for good and travelled to Blackpool with Anne to locate her lost archive, along the way uncovering the tragedy which led to her giving up photography.

Andrew O'Hagan's novel follows 82-year old Anne Quirk, a forgotten pioneer of documentary photography who lives in sheltered housing on the west coast of Scotland. A planned retrospective stirs long-buried memories and leads her grandson to uncover the tragedy in her past which has defined three generations.