The Restoration Of Otto Laird

Architect Otto Laird has been living a semi-reclusive life with his second wife in Switzerland. But he is forced to re-engage with the wider world when he learns that his landmark building Marlowe House – a 1960s tower block in South London – has been marked for demolition.

First Broadcast:

Monday - Friday, 27th October-7th November 2014 at 22:45 on BBC Radio 4

Production Credits:

Writer: Nigel Packer
Abridger: Jeremy Osbourne
Reader: Allan Corduner
Broadcast Assistant: Holly Slater
Sound Engineer: Jon Calver
Producer: Rosalynd Ward
Executive Producer: Karen Rose
Music: Piano Sonata No.20 in A, D.959_IV. Rondo (Allegretto) by Alfred Brendel, Criss Cross by Thelonius Monk, Blue 7 by Sonny Rollins, Ask Me Now by Thelonius Monk, Piano Sonata No.19 in C Minor, D.958_II. Adagio by Alfred Brendel, Piano Sonata No.20 in A, D.959_II. Andantino by Alfred Brendel & St Thomas by Sonny Rollins

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