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It's my three year old daughter waking in the middle of the night, frightened from the darkness, scared from a bad dream.

But it's also any one of us, anxiously waking up in the cold nights of our lives, fearful of uncertainties, apprehensive about our personal nightmares, calling out in our own small voices, expectantly and knowingly.

It's my three year old daughter waking in the middle of the night, frightened from the darkness, scared from a bad dream.

But it's also any one of us, anxiously waking up in the cold nights of our lives, fearful of uncertainties, apprehensive about our personal nightmares, calling out in our own small voices, expectantly and knowingly.

Night Voices is a poem written by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in the collected volume Songs of the Road on 16 march 1911.

Father, father, who is that a-whispering?
Who is it who whispers in the wood?
You say it is the breeze
As it sighs among the trees,
But there's some one who whispers in the wood.


Father, father, who is that a-murmuring?
Who is it who murmurs in the night?
You say it is the roar
Of the wave upon the shore,
But there's some one who murmurs in the night.

Laurie Macari is no longer the hottest thing on radio. His phone-in programme, Late Night with Laurie , is falling in the ratings and he’s in danger of being shunted off to the graveyard shift. Dr Roxy Rose is the American sex therapist whose provocative advice and sultry voice are exactly what Laurie’s boss reckons is needed to spice up his show.

At first, Laurie resents Dr Roxy muscling in on his airtime, but sparks fly between them, on-air and off. The more time they spend in the cramped studio, the more Laurie comes to realise the sex life that can benefit most from Dr Roxy’s magic is his own. Together they play ever more kinky games, as bratty Roxy submits to Laurie’s dominant demands, but what will Roxy’s ultimate reward be on the night of the big radio awards ceremony?

Laurie Macari sighed, and set his coffee mug, which bore a likeness of his face and the Late Night with Laurie logo, down on the desk. When he’d been called into Don’s office for ‘a little chat’, he’d been expecting the usual backslapping and praise for his show, not this almost forensic dissection of where he was going wrong.

It's my three year old daughter waking in the middle of the night, frightened from the darkness, scared from a bad dream.

But it's also any one of us, anxiously waking up in the cold nights of our lives, fearful of uncertainties, apprehensive about our personal nightmares, calling out in our own small voices, expectantly and knowingly.

Night Voices is a poem written by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in the collected volume Songs of the Road on 16 march 1911.

Father, father, who is that a-whispering?
Who is it who whispers in the wood?
You say it is the breeze
As it sighs among the trees,
But there's some one who whispers in the wood.


Father, father, who is that a-murmuring?
Who is it who murmurs in the night?
You say it is the roar
Of the wave upon the shore,
But there's some one who murmurs in the night.


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