Peter Flannery had had enough of his epic play about the left-wing in Newcastle long before the BBC expressed interest in turning it into a TV series.
Yes, I’ve found the whole of Mark Lawson’s interview with Peter Flannery, author of Our Friends in the North. And it was as interesting as I recalled.
Now I’m slightly disturbed by the sheer volume of material Radio 4 have made available online. The website for Front Row alone is bewilderingly large, before you even consider the rest of the station’s output. Isn’t radio meant to be ephemeral?