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Linda Cracknell & Dan Richards

Linda Cracknell travels to France in the footsteps of Robert Louis Stevenson, considering the effects of motion and travel on writing and discovering that sitting beside a river can be as much of a journey as sitting on a long distance train.

Dan Richards visits the beautiful archipelago that provided both part-time home and profound inspiration for one of Finland’s best-loved writers.

Episode: 323
Date: 17-06-2021
Length: 31:24
Linda Cracknell & Dan Richards

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