All That Fall
Reading, as much as I love it, has always come second. Second to Radio Drama. Even through my flirtations with the Skandy thriller brigade or a year or more of Oliver Sacks and what his clinical work means for human interface design. But radio broadcasts of dramatised books or plays haven't really been that popular for decades and it's certainly 40 or more years since the glory days of radio when families gathered around the wireless to tune in for the latest installment af a Paul Temple or Inspector West mystery - cue cliff-hanger music.