A simple gift is treasured, and leads to many treasured memories, in this evocative story by Lydia Jones, as The People’s Friend Presents… Susie’s Bow.
Clive had told me the brooch was of
no value – in that he was mistaken…
Lesley Mackie reads this nostalgic story for us. Lesley was born and bred in Dundee, going to Hawkhill Primary School and Harris Academy. She has performed on stage, television – and even in one notable cult film, The Wicker Man. In 1986 she won a Laurence Olivier Award for her performance as Judy Garland in the West End play Judy written by her husband, Terry Wale, who she met in a production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Perth Theatre. Other favourite roles are Edith Piaf and Shirley Valentine. As well as radio work, she has recorded over 160 audio books. She and Terry now live in Perth.
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