The Snow Goose is the most moving film I've ever come across - tears roll down my face every time I watch it. The book is as good.
I've not been able to track down the copy that you heard but Jenny Agutter also read it on BBC radio back in 1992 - I'm still searching for a copy of that.
What I have done is extract the audio from the film and put it on cd so that I can listen to it either in the car or as I drift off to sleep. Of course, it isn't quite the same but does have the advantage of allowing me to listen to Jenny's voice like dripping honey on hot-buttered toast.
GUYS AND GALS, Isn't this great? And just what a site like this is all about....topics of conversation and one thing leading to another. As for Jenny Agutter's voice sounding like hot buttered toast, PR. (like the psudonym by the way,) I'm off for a cold shower!!!!!,
that's what I meant on another thread Chalkey, when someone quite rightly got a bit peeved because we had veered off a serious thread..conversation in a natural environment does meander like a stream, and in some very interesting direction! :-)just now it'll cost me money to go and get the snow goose because i now HAVE to have it...x