People Who Knew Me

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People Who Knew Me

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A fiction podcast from BBC Radio 5 Live
Website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0fds1bs

Emily Morris uses 9/11 to fake her own death and run away to start a new life in California as Connie Prynne. Fourteen years later, now with a teenage daughter by her side, Connie is diagnosed with breast cancer. She will be forced to confront her past so that her daughter will not be left on her own if she does not survive. She must decide how to explain her lies, her secrets, her selfish decisions - and ultimately her 'widowed’ husband. Everything she thought she had fled from when she pretended to die in New York.

Starring Rosamund Pike and Hugh Laurie, Kyle Soller, Isabella Sermon and Alfred Enoch. The first audio drama from the makers of Bad Sisters, People Who Knew Me is a 10-part series, written and directed by Daniella Isaacs, adapted from the book by Kim Hooper.

Written and Directed by Daniella Isaacs
Adapted from the original novel and Consulting Produced by Kim Hooper
Produced by Joshua Buckingham

A Merman / Mermade production for BBC Radio 5 Live & BBC Sounds

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