Josh makes an horrific discovery while Michael writes himself out of the truth of the day's events. Read by Mark Bazeley.
Josh returns home to make a horrific discovery while Michael gets his story straight, writing himself out of the truth of that day's events.
Owen Sheers' compelling story of the search for truth, the burden of secrets and the desire for redemption. It explores how our lives are interconnected, even in today's increasingly depersonalised, globalised world.
After the sudden loss of his wife, writer Michael Turner moves to London and develops a close friendship with the Nelsons, who live next door - Josh, Samantha and their two young daughters Lucy and Rachel. The family seem to represent everything Michael fears he may now never have: intimacy, children, stability and a family home. The new friendship at first seems to offer the prospect of healing, but then a catastrophic event changes everything.
Written by Owen Sheers
Abridged by Lauris Morgan-Griffiths
Read by Mark Bazeley
Producer: Mair Bosworth
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2015.