Letter To My Sister

After a severe stroke Israeli writer David SHY completely lost his ability to use words.

This letter took 5 weeks of daily labour & describes his struggle to re-establish his lifeline through the elusive process of words.

Contributors

David Shy (Author)

John Theocharis (Producer)

Kenneth Cranham (rdr)

Recorded on 1990-11-06

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19910426

After a severe stroke Israeli writer David SHY completely lost his ability to use words.

This letter took 5 weeks of daily labour & describes his struggle to re-establish his lifeline through the elusive process of words.

Contributors

David Shy (Author)

John Theocharis (Producer)

Kenneth Cranham (rdr)

Recorded on 1990-11-06

19910426

After a severe stroke Israeli writer David SHY completely lost his ability to use words.

This letter took 5 weeks of daily labour & describes his struggle to re-establish his lifeline through the elusive process of words.

Contributors

David Shy (Author)

John Theocharis (Producer)

Kenneth Cranham (rdr)

Recorded on 1990-11-06

Programme Catalogue - Details: 26 April 199119910426

Producer: J. THEOCHARIS

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After a severe stroke Israeli writer David SHY completely lost his ability to use words. This letter took 5 weeks of daily labour and describes his struggle to re-establish his lifeline through the elusive process of words.

Subject Categories

readings programmes (programme format)

profiles (programme format)

strokes (neurology)

Broadcast history

26 Apr 1991 21:45-22:25 (RADIO 3)

Contributors

David Shy (Author)

John Theocharis (Producer)

Kenneth Cranham (rdr)

Recorded on 1990-11-06

Programme Catalogue - Station

Radio 3