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Opening Lines, Series 15 Episode 3 of 3

A return of the series which gives first-time and emerging short story writers their radio debut.

A young blade working as a hired hand in a kibbutz kitchen offers friendly advice on love but his motives are far from clear cut.

Read by Philip Arditti
Produced by Gemma Jenkins

Atar Hadari was born in Israel, raised in England and studied drama and writing at the University of East Anglia before winning a scholarship to study at Boston University with Derek Walcott. Princess is extracted from his novel-in-progress "When We Were Saved". His stories have been performed at Liars League and his book of biblical poems, "Rembrandt's Bible" has just been published by Indigo Dreams.

15 minutes

Last on

Sun 4 Aug 2013 19:45


Role Contributor
WriterAtar Hadari
ReaderPhilip Arditti
ProducerGemma Jenkins

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