In March Jeremy Howe (68-75), who is Commissioning Editor, Drama for BBC Radio 4, published Mummydaddy (Pan Macmillan, £7.99), in which he recounts the tragic murder of his wife, Elizabeth, in 1992, the immeasurable impact it had both on him and their two daughters, Jessica and Lucy, who were aged just six and four respectively at the time, and the story his life since that time as a single parent raising two children. The book has received widespread acclaim, having first been serialised in the Daily Mail in February. Jeremy also gave a number of interviews at the time of publication, in which he shared his moving story. A selection of these interviews may be accessed via the links below.
Mummydaddy on the Pan Macmillan website
The Guardian Interview from 25 February 2012
Mirror newspaper interview from 2 March 2012
Daily Mail extracts from Mummydaddy