Pillow Book, The [15md]

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15MD0120150817Yukinari's patience with the affairs and intrigues of the palace reaches breaking point.||Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return for a new series of the popular mystery series the Pillow Book, set in 10th Century Japan.|Lieutenant Yukinari's patience with the affairs and intrigues of the palace is reaching breaking point. On the Empress's command, the policeman finds himself interviewing a Palace Lord without any sense of the crime that might have been committed.|Inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th Century Japanese court.|Written by Robert Forrest.|Directed by Lu Kemp.|A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.
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15MD0320150819Yukinari is thrown together with his oldest friend Takashi, who seems much changed.||Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th century Japan.|Yukinari finds himself unexpectedly thrown together with his oldest friend Takashi, a man who seems much changed since the two of them last met.|Meanwhile, within the Palace, Shonagon is determined to find out where Yukinari has gone and whether Lord Asaji may hold the key to the policeman's disappearance.|Inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th Century Japanese court.|Written by Robert Forrest.|Directed by Lu Kemp.|A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.
15MD0420150820Shonagon investigates Yukinari's disappearance from the palace.||Lady Shonagon and Lieutenant Yukinari return! Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th century Japan.|Shonagon investigates Yukinari's disappearance from the Palace. Meanwhile the Lieutenant finds himself held hostage by his childhood friend, Takashi, who - it appears - has been commissioned to deliver the Lieutenant's head to someone within the Palace walls.|Inspired by the writings of Sei Shonagon, a poet and lady-in-waiting to the Empress of the 10th Century Japanese court.|Written by Robert Forrest.|Directed by Lu Kemp.|A BBC Scotland Production for Radio 4.