Flowers in Water
The everyday routine of a film-maker in a small provincial town is thrown into disarray by the sudden arrival of his nine-year-old daughter.
An original short story specially commissioned by BBC Radio 4 by the Irish writer Cathy Sweeney. As read by Roísín Gallagher.
Cathy Sweeney lives in Bray, County Wicklow. She has published short stories in ‘The Stinging Fly’, ‘Southword’, ‘The Dublin Review’, ‘Icarus’, ‘Meridian’ and in the 2015 anthology ‘Young Irelanders’ published by New Island Press. This is her first story for BBC Radio.
Writer ….. Cathy Sweeney
Reader ….. Roísín Gallagher
Producer ….. Michael Shannon