David Tennant Recording Every Seventh Wave Today For Valentine's Day Broadcast

David Tennant is back in the recording studio today, this time to record an adaptation of the Daniel Glattauer novel Every Seventh Wave for BBC Radio 4.
Every Seventh Wave is the sequel to Glattauer's Love Virtually, which was also adapted by BBC Radio 4 last year. David will once again reprise his Love Virtually role as Leo and will again be joined by Emilia Fox as Emmi.
Every Seventh Wave will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Valentine's Day, Thursday 14th February 2013.

About Every Seventh Wave:

Love Virtually ends as Leo leaves Austria for America. He and Emmi have still not met, but the intensity of their e-mail correspondence has been threatening Emmi's marriage. Leo returns from Boston and gradually resumes his e-mail contact with Emmi. But he has plans to settle down with Pamela, the woman he met in America. In an attempt to draw a line under their relationship, Emmi and Leo at last agree to meet in person.

If you missed Love Virtually you can listen to it in our audio section here.

If you'd like to read Every Seventh Wave before you listen to the play, the book is released in paperback on 31st January and can be pre ordered here.

Thanks to @LoveVirtually


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