Join Dr Heather Richardson, Facility of Arts and Social Science at The Open University and Paul Bassett Davies, British actor and writer, as they discuss their latest work and their interesting life stories on the road to publication.
In 'Dead Writers in Rehab' by Paul Bassett Davies, literary reprobate Foster James wakes up in a country house assuming he's been consigned to rehab by his dwindling band of friends and growing collection of ex-wives. But he soon realises there's something different about this place when he gets punched by Ernest Hemingway.
Heather Richardson’s 'Doubting Thomas' is a story of sex, drugs and blasphemy in late seventeenth-century Edinburgh told through the viewpoints of Dr Robert Carruth, his wife Isobel, poet Mungo Craig and Thomas Aikenhead.
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