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Dave has a pretty good life: his company is thriving, he's got a lovely wife, a big house, kids at private schools. But then he gets a bit careless and things start to go wrong.

Katie Hims is well-known to Radio Four listeners for her many original dramas and adaptations on that network. Most recently she dramatised some of the Martin Beck novels (with more to come); and she won an Audio Drama Award in 2012 for her play Lost Property - A Visit from the Queen, to name but two of her many successes. This is Katie's first Drama On 3. Directed by Mary Peate.

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  • 02-24-14

Excellent radio drama

Lee Ross deservedly won an award for his part as David in the recent radio drama awards and this drama is worth listening to for his perfornance alone. Katie Hims is an incredibly talented writer and although this is not as good as the amazing 'Lost Property' it is still a gripping, moving listen.

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