An adaptation for radio of Robert M. Pirsig’s philosophical novel, which has become a modern classic with over five million book sales. This iconic story of a father and son’s motorcycle trip across America in the 1960s is also a personal and philosophical journey, asking questions about how to live a meaningful life. The narrator wrestles both with the ghost of his past and with some of the most important philosophical questions of the 20th century. Why has technology alienated us from our world? What are the limits of rational analysis? If we can't define Quality, or goodness, how can we live it? James Purefoy leads the cast in this adaptation by award-winning writer Peter Flannery.