The Other Garden And Collected Stories By Francis Wyndham

Episodes

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AR01The Facts Of Life2009011320100810
20120724 (BBC7)
20120725 (BBC7)

Young Newton has to see the headmaster about a rather delicate subject.

Read by Bill Nighy

Stories by short fiction writer Francis Wyndham, recalling England in the 1940s.

Young Newton never settled at the school, and then he has to see the headmaster about a rather delicate subject.

Francis Wyndam's three subtle stories of desire and yearning during the dark days of the second world war are matchless in tone and nuance.

They centre on the young and old, on those upstairs and downstairs, on those living in town and country...

1.The Facts of Life

Young Newton never settled at the school, then he has to see the

headmaster about a rather delicate subject...

Producer Duncan Minshull

Young Newton has to see the headmaster about a rather delicate subject. Read by Bill Nighy

Francis Wyndam's three subtle stories of desire and yearning during the dark days of the second world war are matchless in tone and nuance. They centre on the young and old, on those upstairs and downstairs, on those living in town and country...

AR02Dear Derek2009011420100811

Stories by short fiction writer Francis Wyndham, recalling England in the 1940s.

Agatha is drawn to her young cousin Phillip when he comes to stay, but should she really be snooping in his bedroom? Read by Emily Woof.

Agatha is drawn to her young cousin Phillip when he comes to stay.

Read by Emily Woof.

AR03 LASTMatchlight2009011520100812

Francis Wyndam's three stories of desire and yearning during the dark days of the second world war are matchless in tone and nuance.

They centre on the young and old, on those upstairs and downstairs, on those in town and country...

3.

Matchlight

After a dull night at the cinema, she is mysteriously

approached by someone on the way home...

Reader Amanda Root.

Producer Duncan Minshull.

After a dull night at the cinema, a woman is approached by someone on the way home.

Stories by short fiction writer Francis Wyndham, recalling England in the 1940s.

Read by Amanda Root