Spencer bequeaths a piece of stinking furniture to son Dylan, and convinces ex-wife Tina to re-unite for a weekend break in Iceland. A volcanic eruption and fractured tibia ensue.
Psychotherapist divorcee Spencer Pandy attempts to reassert his presence in the family home by gifting son Dylan with his legacy, an ancient piece of stinking musical furniture made from the foul-smelling timber of the Gingki biloba tree.
Against her better judgement (and the advice of boyfriend Owen), ex-wife Tina agrees to a weekend break in Iceland with Spencer, Dylan and daughter Tilly. A volcanic eruption and fractured tibia ensue.
A Big Talk production for BBC Radio 4