BBC 3 Radio: The Verb
Alone for BBC 3 Radio Programme, The Verb examined the idea of 'Alone' on whether it means revelling in solitude or drowning in loneliness.
Joining the presenter Ian McMillan in discussion were debut novelist Okechukwu Nzelu, whose 'The Private Joys of Nnenna Maloney' examines finding yourself and where you belong, and Will Taylor who will be presenting an excerpt of his audio drama 'Black Boys Cry', produced as part of the BBC's New Creatives scheme. DJ Taylor takes us on a tour of the loneliest characters, place and sentences in literature, as well as an examination of the 'The Lost Girls' - the subject of his new book.
With a specially commissioned sound piece from Kate Carr, co-supported by Forma.