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Correspondence

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4 Extra Debut. Surprises in letters between a Pakistani father and British Asian daughter. With Deni Francis and Najma Khan.

Under the Skin is a celebration of the second ever South Asian Literature Festival, which was staged in London and across the United Kingdom in October. The relationship between the English language, its literary tradition and writers from South Asia has become an exciting and enduring part of British literary life.

The Festival celebrated writers from South Asia and British Asian writing, equally, reflecting the diversity of themes, subjects and literary forms that constitute South Asian writing in 2011.

Under the Skin features two original stories and one adapted from the collection Too Asian, Not Asian Enough which was published to coincide with the festival. NSR Khan's story Correspondence is a touching and witty account of a Pakistani father coming to terms with the life of his British Asian daughter.

Under the Skin starts with Deni Francis, Lyndam Gregory and Najma Khan reading a story in letters between a father and daughter.

Producer: David Roper
A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

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Mon 15 Feb 2016 21:00

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Writer NSR Khan
Actor Deni Francis
Actor Lyndam Gregory
Actor Najma Khan
Producer David Roper

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