‘He sees her playing wildly. She feels exposed. Ashamed’ – Jane Rusbridge

My guest this week was planning a novel about a cellist and imagined a romantic, melancholy instrument – until she sat in on a lesson at the Royal Academy. The young player’s gutsy ferocity was so electrifying that it threw the novel into a different pitch – an exploration of wildness and taming. She is award-winning novelist Jane Rusbridge and she will be here on Wednesday talking about the Undercover Soundtrack for Rook

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