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A Voyage in a Lost Son's Wake

After his son committed suicide aged only 23, television presenter Paul Heiney set sail on a voyage to Cape Horn to connect with his son's 'voice'. Not only a hugely challenging experience physically, it turned out to be an emotional journey of much more importance. Les mer
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After his son committed suicide aged only 23, television presenter Paul Heiney set sail on a voyage to Cape Horn to connect with his son's 'voice'. Not only a hugely challenging experience physically, it turned out to be an emotional journey of much more importance.

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Paul Heiney has been a TV and radio broadcaster for over 30 years, starting on Radio 1 before working on Radio 4's Today programme. He was a presenter on That's Life! from 1978 until 1982, and more recently has presented Watchdog on BBC 1. He currently presents the ITV primetime show Countrywise. He wrote a weekly column for The Times and has written over a dozen books, both fiction and non-fiction. His popular science book, Can Cows Walk Downstairs?, has been a bestseller in 15 languages.