Tales From The East

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01Blow-ins20130901

Fenella Woolgar reads D J Taylor's 'Blow-Ins', the first in a series of stories taking their inspiration from the East Anglian coast.

In today's story, the rural idyll turns sour when winter hits a North Norfolk coastal town.

Producer: Justine Willett

Written by: D J Taylor, a Whitbread Award-winning author and journalist, who lives in Norfolk.

Reader: Fenella Woolgar is a British actor who has worked with with Mike Leigh, Conor McPherson and Woody Allen. She's recently starred in 'Dr Who', and BBC1's 'Case Histories' with Jason Isaacs.

01Blow-Ins20130901

Fenella Woolgar reads D J Taylor's 'Blow-Ins', the first in a series of stories taking their inspiration from the East Anglian coast.

In today's story, the rural idyll turns sour when winter hits a North Norfolk coastal town.

Producer: Justine Willett

Written by: D J Taylor, a Whitbread Award-winning author and journalist, who lives in Norfolk.

Reader: Fenella Woolgar is a British actor who has worked with with Mike Leigh, Conor McPherson and Woody Allen. She's recently starred in 'Dr Who', and BBC1's 'Case Histories' with Jason Isaacs.

02Moon And Henry20130908

Poppy Miller reads Sarah Bower's story set on the windswept coast of Norfolk - after the tourists have gone. This is the second in a series of stories taking their inspiration from the coast of East Anglia.

Producer: Justine Willett

Read by: Poppy Miller

Written by: Sarah Bower, a novelist and short story writer, whose first novel, 'The Needle in the Blood', was Susan Hill's Book of the Year 2007.

02Moon and Henry20130908

Poppy Miller reads Sarah Bower's story set on the windswept coast of Norfolk - after the tourists have gone. This is the second in a series of stories taking their inspiration from the coast of East Anglia.

Producer: Justine Willett

Read by: Poppy Miller

Written by: Sarah Bower, a novelist and short story writer, whose first novel, 'The Needle in the Blood', was Susan Hill's Book of the Year 2007.

03 LASTThe Mustard Car20130915

Blake Morrison's short story set in a close-knit Suffolk village, in which tensions between locals and outsiders are mounting.

This is the last in a series of stories taking their inspiration from the coast of East Anglia.

Producer: Justine Willett

Writer: Blake Morrison is a British poet and author of both fiction and non-fiction, including 'And When Did You Last See Your Father?' which won the J. R. Ackerley Prize for Autobiography, and made into a film starring Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson. He has also written a study of the James Bulger murder, 'As If'. Since 2003, Morrison has been Professor of Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths, University of London. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. He is based partly in London and Suffolk.

Reader: Poppy Miller.

03 LASTThe Mustard Car20130915

Blake Morrison's short story set in a close-knit Suffolk village, in which tensions between locals and outsiders are mounting.

This is the last in a series of stories taking their inspiration from the coast of East Anglia.

Producer: Justine Willett

Writer: Blake Morrison is a British poet and author of both fiction and non-fiction, including 'And When Did You Last See Your Father?' which won the J. R. Ackerley Prize for Autobiography, and made into a film starring Jim Broadbent and Juliet Stevenson. He has also written a study of the James Bulger murder, 'As If'. Since 2003, Morrison has been Professor of Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths, University of London. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. He is based partly in London and Suffolk.

Reader: Poppy Miller