In tribute to Belfast-born C.S. Lewis who died fifty years ago on 22nd November 1963, three new short stories take us though doors and portals into unexpected worlds and situations. While novelist and playwright Lucy Caldwell charts a defining moment in the life of someone struggling with their sense of identity, a woman gets to know her neighbours a little more intimately than she could ever have expected in a story from novelist and screenwriter Glenn Patterson. And finally in a new story from Frank Cottrell Boyce we discover what might happen if C.S. Lewis himself were to discover an opening to another world. What might such a world contain?
Tilly's Tale by Glenn Patterson
Read by Michelle Fairley
Produced in Belfast by Heather Larmour
A couple grab a moment of passion in their bedroom cupboard with unexpected consequences.