09/02/2022

09/02/2022

By BBC Radio 4

The Archers

Wednesday, 9 February

Amy takes matters into her own hands with Chris and starts to tidy his flat. Chris is grateful, and apologises for his rudeness when she last visited. Amy brushes it aside but Chris feels bad. Amy accepts his apology and suggests they move on. She’s enjoying having some space to work out a life plan, and is feeling happy. Chris admits to still missing Martha like a physical pain. He finally feels ready to watch the video of her that Amy had tried to show him last week. Kirsty calls Tom to apologise for how she took the news of Natasha’s pregnancy. Tom for his part feels equally to blame for handling it badly. He tells Kirsty he intends to visit the Remembrance Garden where Wren is, and they agree to go together. Kirsty shows him where she scattered Wren’s ashes, near a brook that flows to the Am. It’s a location that gives her comfort; the Garden makes her feel less alone. Tom admits he’d been afraid to hold their baby that day five years ago. In the end it was hard, but really amazing. Kirsty agrees; that’s how she felt about it too. They speculate on how their boy would be now if he’d lived, and Kirsty explains why she named their baby Wren: they’re so tiny, but their song is so loud. When Tom gets home he shares with Natasha how brilliant it was to be at the Garden, and they hug.
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