Host Iain and the team are reaching back to the start of the last century in this episode of “Reading Between The Lines”, as they sit down for a chat about “The Story Of A Masterpiece: An Artist’s Romance” by Agnes Grozier Herbertson.
First published in “The People’s Friend” in 1905, this slightly darker story leaves Alex, Mairi, and archivist David struggling a little to sympathise with any of the main characters; pondering the meaning of the word romance; and exploring the relationship between artist and muse.
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The Dear Old “People’s Friend” theme: Words by Charles J Cunningham Music by Arthur Harold Performed for piano and clarinet by Neil Brand Sung by Jennifer Phin