|01||01||The Proceedings Of That Night||20031124||20040222|
By Lynne Truss.
Read by Will Keen.
Up a lonely lane in the back of beyond, an actor enters an unmanned studio to read a ghost story.
|01||02||Why My Grandmother Learned To Play The Flute||20031125||20040229|
Over a long summer holiday a young girl hears her grandmother's story in sound.
|01||03||Out Of Character||20031126||20040307|
When a writer's characters begin to come off the page and take charge of their own destinies, the experience can be unnerving.
|01||04||A High Profile Case||20031127||20040314|
by Nick Walker: On a cold night in NEW YORK City, a first time writer listens to his story on the radio.
It's his fifteen minutes of fame.
Read by William Hootkins
|01||05 LAST||Writers Block||20031128||20040321|
A writer stares at an empty page, waiting for the words to come.
Maybe a walk will bring inspiration?
|02||01||Turned Out Nice Again||20050801|
Written and performed by Ian Mcmillan.
In a world of fantasy anything is possible, even a TV reality show themed around the immortal George Formby
|02||02||Brother And Sister And Foot||20050802|
An invasion of the body snatchers? Only a foot remains, and the noises...
An unexpected meeting on a business trip leads a businessman into a dark place in his own mind.
|02||04||Loulou And Barbie And The Seven Deadly Sins||20050804|
A late summer day.
Soon Loulou will be 12 and it will be time to put away childish things.
But what will poor Barbie do then?
|02||05 LAST||Propaganda Airways||20050805|
There is more than one way to wage war.
And psychological warfare can be very effective.