99 Words - Episode 2
In the second of two programmes, Liz Gray asks friends, colleagues, artists and political figures, 'If you had breath for no more than 99 words, what would they be?'.
When Liz Gray found herself forced into a strange period of enforced retreat by a whiplash injury, the following question came to her mind: if you had breath for no more than 99 words, what would they be?
She began asking friends, colleagues, artists and political figures she admired, gathering together a collection of 99 responses.
In the second of a pair of programmes, she introduces contributions from, among others, the artist Keith Critchlow, the human rights campaigner Helen Bamber, the writer Ariel Dorfman and film maker Sally Potter.
Produced by Alan Hall
A Falling Tree production for BBC Radio 4.