The Knot

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0120130107

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the presence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode One

Dominic Kitchen is an ordinary young man who lives an ordinary life. But for how long will his life remain ordinary?

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader Julian Rhind-tutt

Director Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

0220130108

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the presence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode 2

It is the annual Summer holiday in Southwold for Dominic and his family. His elder sister Victoria brings her friend Maudie from University. Dominic is growing up and so are his emotions.

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader Julian Rhind-tutt

Director Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

0320130109

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the precence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode 3

Victoria recognised her younger brother's talent for photography and gave him a camera for Christmas. Luckily he brings it to her wedding as the official photographer fails to step up to the mark.

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader Julian Rhind-tutt

Director Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

0420130110

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the presence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode 4

With a career as a wedding photographer, Dominic has witnessed the tying of many knots, but he is unused to the sensation of the knot that he is beginning to feel in the pit of his stomach when in the presence of a certain person who will potentially change the course of his life forever.

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader Julian Rhind-tutt

Director Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

0520130111

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the precence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode 5

Dominic and his family are getting increasingly concerned about the health of their father. Meanwhile Dominic ties his own knot with Lauren, despite feeling somehow that somethings not quite right.

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader Julian Rhind-tutt

Director Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

0620130114

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the presence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode 6

As Dominic becomes a father himself, his concern for his own father grows ever stronger. Meanwhile his sister Victoria's support for him is in danger of going too far.

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader: Julian Rhind-tutt

Director: Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

0720130115

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the presence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode 7

Dominic and Victoria grow ever closer after the death of their father.

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader: Julian Rhind-tutt

Director: Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

0820130116

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the presence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode 8

Dominic struggles to come to terms with the consequences of his actions and hears some shocking news which almost tips him over the edge.

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader: Julian Rhind-tutt

Director: Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

0920130117

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the presence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode 9

Dominic has been given a second chance and he is determined to take it. Meanwhile Victoria has one last secret she has to share.

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader: Julian Rhind-tutt

Director: Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

10 LAST20130118

Dominic Kitchen is a wedding photographer who is used to seeing people tie the knot, an expression that also represents a sensation that he feels in the pit of his stomach. A sensation that emerges when he is in the presence of a certain person who could change his ordinary life forever. They have a secret that only they can ever know as it is something that society, even today, would struggle with. This is a tale of agonising loss and forbidden love.

Episode 10:

Victoria's death gives Dominic the strength to save his daughter from making the biggest mistake of her life.

Written by Mark Watson

Abridged by John Peacock

Reader Julian Rhind-tutt

Director Celia de Wolff

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.