by Ruth Thomas: A young woman tries to come to terms with her unplanned pregnancy.
Read by Emma Currie
By Robert Douglas, read by Tony Roper.
A policeman on the verge of retirement pays his childhood 'crush' a surprise visit.
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By Jules Horne, read by Julie Austin.
An old man with Alzheimer's is brought home to spend the festive season with his family.
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By John Heraghty, read by Simon Tait.
Moving from the city into a small seaside town, a man decides to invent an imaginary wife for himself.
But one day, she turns up.
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By Sue Rulliere, read by Michael Mackenzie.
'Monsieur Cadet thought life was pointless.
Pointless since he had crushed his left leg under a ton of concrete'.