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Horses - Thriller by Keith Ridgway - BBC Radio Audiobook - cheops
A unabridged thriller by Keith Ridgway, read by Owen Roe.
Horses by Keith Ridgway, read by Owen Roe is the story of a storm, of grief, of arson and revenge. A doctor, a priest and a policeman, one wild stormy night, struggle with the grief of a teenage girl, the unpredictability of a vagrant and the terror of an arsonist.
This is a thriller told with skill and a thoughtful use of language. The final twist brings a feeling of relief and the satisfaction of the best outcome.
`This beautifully taut tale conjures up the elemental, rural Ireland that, understandably, still haunts much of the country`s sensibility and literature` ( The Independent )
Five episodes of approximately 30 minutes each - episode summaries witheld to avoid spoiling the plot.
Keith Ridgway is from Dublin. The novella Horses was published in 1997 and was followed in 1998 by his critically acclaimed first novel The Long Falling, which has since been awarded both the prestigious Prix Femina Etranger and Premier Roman Etranger in France.
His short stories have appeared in various anthologies in Ireland, Britain and the United States. His collection Standard Time, won the Rooney Prize in 2001. His most recent novel The Parts, is set in Dublin and he is currently writing his next novel which is set in London where he currently lives.
Owen Roe has appeared in numerous productions at the Abbey and Peacock Theatres, most recently appearing as Fluther Good in The Plough and The Stars directed by Ben Barnes. Owen recently appeared as Neil Bohr in Rough Magic’s Irish premiere of Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen (for which he received an Irish Times/ESB nomination for Best Actor). Television credits include Paul Dooley in Ballykissangel (BBC), Kevin Flaherty in The Ambassador (BBC), The Broker’s Man (ITV) as well as the BBC/RTE series Anytime Now. Film credits include When The Sky Falls, Frankie Starlight, Undercurrent, Arthur Griffith in Neil Jordan’s Michael Collins and Mr. Adamson in the forthcoming Intermission directed by John Crowley for Company of Wolves. On radio he has performed in numerous plays for RTE and BBC most notably at Superintendent Rynne in Radio 4’s popular `Baldi` series.
Produced by Heather Brennon
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