Rosemary, Sandra and Brenda pose outside a red door, smiling at the camera

When Jane is diagnosed with cancer, she has an airline ticket in her pocket to the UK, to be at the birth of her grandchild. Lillian her partner finds herself waiting in doctor’s rooms with Jane through their journey together. Full of wit, warmth and poetry and bringing tears and laughter.

A radio play by Sandra Shotlander with poetry by Joan Eaton-Stubbings, performed by Brenda Palmer and Rosemary Johns.


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