Our relationship with computers is intimate, but what would they say if they could speak? Read by Neve McIntosh and John MacKay.
An original short story for radio by A.L. Kennedy.
Our relationship with computers is an intimate one. What would they say about us if they could speak? The last of three stories about computers finding their voice.
A.L.Kennedy was born in Dundee in 1965. She is the author of 16 books: 6 novels, 7 short story collections and 3 works of non-fiction. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. She was twice included in the Granta Best of Young British Novelists list.
She has won awards including the 2007 Costa Book Award and the Austrian State Prize for International Literature. She is also a dramatist for the stage, radio, TV and film. She is an essayist and regularly reads her work on BBC radio. She occasionally writes and performs one-person shows. She writes for a number of UK and overseas publications and for The Guardian Online.
Producer: Mair Bosworth
Readers: Neve McIntosh and John MacKay.
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