Wednesday, 23 September 2015
Here's episode 36 - a number that is pleasantly divisible - so we're bringing you something slightly diffrent: a little of the tale of how 'Stories from the Borders of Sleep' was born. It's personal and autobiographical, but I hope you like it. I trawled this up from some material I wrote about three years ago when we started the podcast.
Here's your direct link to the MP3. Check out the archives page for the back catalogue.
The gentle music in the background is from a firm favourite, Cari Live.
May your dreams be sweet!
Tuesday, 1 September 2015
A few months ago, a dear friend asked if I might read a 'bedtime story' to the guests at his wedding, right at the end of the evening, before they went home.
This is the story I wrote for the occasion, recounting what may be the strangest wedding night of all time. It is dedicated very affectionately to my friends, the happy couple (James and Marie), whose marriage I hope will be full of even more mystery and imagination than I could conjure for this little offering.
Your direct link to the MP3 is here. The music is from Cari Live's album 'Mindreader'.
It went down very well with the guests, and it was a real pleasure for me to try a story on a live audience - something I don't get to do very often.
I hope you enjoy it, too.
Wishing sweet dreams for you and all those you treasure,