Incline an inviting ear. Because what you’re about to hear will bring the sunshine breezing back into your life. “Through love’s eternity – with the breath, smiles, tears of all my life – love me for love’s sake, that evermore thou may’st love on – Yet love I will, till I but ashes prove…” Perfection on an Easter Sunday morning. Perfection in the selection: two love sonnets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning and one by Lady Mary Wroth. Perfection in the performance. They’re read by Ruth, she of the voice with the divine fire. (Beautiful young actress – reads for the BBC and audiobooks, lots of stage work [Shakespeare’s Globe, Young Vic, etc.], professionally qualified guide, etc. When she’s resting, she guides for London Walks. Our Oscar Wilde walk, for example.) She’s good news. Big big talent combined with the gift of that beautiful voice. Bears repeating, listening to Ruth re-sunshines your life. Prediction: you hear these you’re going to be getting in touch with us, “When’s Ruth next doing the Oscar Wilde walk?” She’s that good.