'Inside Out' is written by Lesley Ross. While at the height of his career, through his involvement with an obsessive fan, Ivor Novello became involved in a wartime petrol scam, resulting in his imprisonment at Wormwood Scrubs. "Inside Out" contrasts the glamorous backstage world of the West End Star with the stark reality of the prison cell. "Sex and Power at the Beau Rivage" is written by Lewis Davies. An invitation: 'Would you care to come here and be my guest at this small and inexpensive hotel for a few days? Bandol is on the Marseilles side of Toulon. My wife and I would both be pleased if you come.' And with the letter, Rhys Davies caught the train to Bandol to meet DH Lawrence and a place in literary history.