By Colin Clark.
Abridged by Robin Brooks.
The reader is Samuel Barnett.
In 1956, 23-year-old Colin Clark (younger brother of Tory MP Alan and son of Kenneth 'Lord Clark of Civilisation') worked as a 'gofer' on the set of The Prince and the Showgirl.
In this memoir, Clark recalls how, during filming, he became Monroe's confidante and spent an idyllic week helping her to escape from the pressures of filming.
In today's episode, Marilyn defies her co-producer's strict instructions and escapes with Colin for a day out in the Windsor countryside.
Managing, mostly, to avoid the public gaze they even find time for a skinny dip.
Produced by Kirsteen Cameron.
Escaping with Colin to the countryside, Marilyn persuades him to go for a skinny dip.