Peter Morfoot chooses three tracks of music and talks about his latest novel in the Captain Darac crime series, Box of Bones, set in the south of France. We also hear from award winning poet, Kaddy Benyon, as she reflects on her new collection The Tidal Wife, inspired by islands. And Jan Todd, former President of Lucy Cavendish College, explains why she decided to allow publication of The Radiation Diaries, an emotional record of her treatment for pelvic cancer. Programme sponsored by Heffers.
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