Robin Daniels is a Jungian analyst, a musicologist, writer and broadcaster. He has written books of conversations with Yehudi Menuhin and Donald Coggan, and the official history of Blackpool Football Club. He lives in his home county of Lancashire with his wife Katherine. When he was 20 - and a young music critic seeking advice - he began corresponding with Neville Cardus. As their friendship deepened, they began work on the book Conversations with Cardus, which was finished six weeks before he died in 1975. It was one of the Sunday Times's best books of the year. This memoir tells us more about a gifted writer and a special friendship.