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A dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about soldiers struggling to return home from Afghanistan. Commissioned for the Radio 4 More than Words festival in Bristol and set and recorded there.

There are three comrades: Arthur is back in Bristol and wants to tell the story of his war and that of his friends, Hads and Taff. Taff is a dubstep 'soundhead', Hads is trapped in a job in a shopping centre; they join up too. Arthur's girlfriend and Had's mother and Geraint's wife also appear.

With music by Jon Nicholls.

Arthur: Carl Prekopp; Hads: Osi Okerafor; Taff: Jordan Bernarde; Gwen: Devon Black; Lisa: Alex Tregear; Sarah: Leona Walker.

Producer Tim Dee

01After Before20120319

A new dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home. Commissioned for the Radio 4 More than Words festival in Bristol and set and recorded there.

There are three comrades: Arthur is back in Bristol and wants to tell the story of his war and that of his friends, Hads and Taff.. Taff is a dubstep 'soundhead', Hads is trapped in a job in a shopping centre; they join up too Arthur's girlfriend and Had's mother and Geraint's wife also appear.

With music by Jon Nicholls.

Episode 1. After Before

Arthur: Carl Prekopp; Hads: Osi Okerafor; Taff: Jordan Bernarde; Gwen: Devon Black; Lisa: Alex Tregear; Sarah: Leona Walker.

Producer Tim Dee.

A new dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home.

There are three comrades: Arthur is back in Bristol and wants to tell the story of his war and that of his friends, Hads and Taff. Hads is a dubstep 'soundhead', trapped in a job in a shopping centre; he joins up. Taff moved to Bristol as a child from Wales. Arthur's girlfriend and mother and Geraint's wife also appear.

02Hads's Story20120320

A new dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home. Commissioned for the Radio 4 More than Words festival in Bristol and set and recorded there.

There are three comrades: Arthur is back in Bristol and wants to tell the story of his war and that of his friends, Hads and Taff.. Taff is a dubstep 'soundhead', Hads is trapped in a job in a shopping centre; they join up too Arthur's girlfriend and Had's mother and Geraint's wife also appear.

With music by Jon Nicholls.

Episode 2. Hads' Story.

Arthur: Carl Prekopp; Hads: Osi Okerafor; Taff: Jordan Bernarde; Gwen: Devon Black; Lisa: Alex Tregear; Sarah: Leona Walker.

Producer Tim Dee.

Dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home.

03Taff's Story20120321

A new dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home. Commissioned for the Radio 4 More than Words festival in Bristol and set and recorded there.

There are three comrades: Arthur is back in Bristol and wants to tell the story of his war and that of his friends, Hads and Taff.. Taff is a dubstep 'soundhead', Hads is trapped in a job in a shopping centre; they join up too Arthur's girlfriend and Had's mother and Geraint's wife also appear.

With music by Jon Nicholls.

Episode 3 Taff's Story

Arthur: Carl Prekopp; Hads: Osi Okerafor; Taff: Jordan Bernarde; Gwen: Devon Black; Lisa: Alex Tregear; Sarah: Leona Walker.

Producer Tim Dee.

Dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home.

04The Bomb20120322

A new dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home. Commissioned for the Radio 4 More than Words festival in Bristol and set and recorded there.

There are three comrades: Arthur wants to tell the 'small history' of the war in Afghanistan. Hayden is a dubstep 'soundhead' and disaffected by his job in a shopping centre; he joins up. Geraint moved to Bristol as a child from Wales. Arthur's girlfriend and mother and Geraint's wife also appear.

With music by Jon Nicholls.

Epsiode 4. The Bomb

Producer Tim Dee.

Dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home.

05 LAST20120323

A new dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home. Commissioned for the Radio 4 More than Words festival in Bristol and set and recorded there.

There are three comrades: Arthur wants to tell the 'small history' of the war in Afghanistan. Hayden is a dubstep 'soundhead' and disaffected by his job in a shopping centre; he joins up. Geraint moved to Bristol as a child from Wales. Arthur's girlfriend and mother and Geraint's wife also appear.

With music by Jon Nicholls.

Epsiode 5. Pink Mist

Producer Tim Dee.

Dramatic poem by Owen Sheers about a soldier struggling to return home.