Beyond The Iron Curtain

Stories from Eastern Europe

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01Shadows20051211

By David Albahari from Serbia

An acclaimed writer arrives in Loznica to give a reading of his work in the local library.

He unwillingly agrees to a meeting with a mysterious young man.

Read by Sladjana Vujovic.

01Shadows20051211

By David Albahari from Serbia

An acclaimed writer arrives in Loznica to give a reading of his work in the local library.

He unwillingly agrees to a meeting with a mysterious young man.

Read by Sladjana Vujovic.

02Night Time20051218

By east German Monika Maron, translated by Brigitte Goldstein and read by Alice Dvorakova.

Johanna takes her dog for a night time walk in a snow-covered East Berlin.

02Night Time20051218

By east German Monika Maron, translated by Brigitte Goldstein and read by Alice Dvorakova.

Johanna takes her dog for a night time walk in a snow-covered East Berlin.

03Scissors Of Gold And Handfuls Of Snow20060101

By Ukranian writer Andrey Kurkov, translated by George Bird.

Vanya prepares for imminent fatherhood by reading Teach Yourself Midwifery.

Read by Boris Isarov.

Producer Emma Harding.

03Scissors Of Gold And Handfuls Of Snow20060101

By Ukranian writer Andrey Kurkov, translated by George Bird.

Vanya prepares for imminent fatherhood by reading Teach Yourself Midwifery.

Read by Boris Isarov.

Producer Emma Harding.

04The Twins20060108

By Bulgarian writer Zdravka Evtimova, ready by Madlena Nedeva.

Abridged and produced by Emma Harding.

Nora stands up to a stranger, who arrives on her doorstep with an unexpected load.

04The Twins20060108

By Bulgarian writer Zdravka Evtimova, ready by Madlena Nedeva.

Abridged and produced by Emma Harding.

Nora stands up to a stranger, who arrives on her doorstep with an unexpected load.

05 LASTThe Dream Bearer20060115

By Albanian author Ismail Kadare, translated by Guido Waldman, produced by Emma Harding.

A new story from Albania's leading poet and novelist.

05 LASTThe Dream Bearer20060115

By Albanian author Ismail Kadare, translated by Guido Waldman, produced by Emma Harding.

A new story from Albania's leading poet and novelist.