Passport to Hell by Robin Hyde
Reissued in 2015 after more than seven decades, Passport to Hell is a visceral portrait of a true New Zealand anti-hero.
James Stark ('Starkie') was in Mt Eden gaol when he first met Robin Hyde. The "queer, true, terrible story" of his life and experiences in World War I inspired a book about a man honoured for his courage. He was also a veteran of nine courts martial. Starkie was, like Hyde's book, unique.
Passport to Hell was adapted for radio by Pat Sandbrook with Mary Paul and produced by Prue Langbein
The audio for this adaptation is no longer available online.