Double Helix

A week of stories which dramatically explore the twists and turns of DNA.

Episodes

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AR01Turning It Round20030616

By Liza Cody

Read by Stuart Crossman and Lisa Coleman.

A late night dialogue between brother and sister, where the sins of a long-dead father pose a problem that only one of them can solve.

AR01Turning It Round20030616

By Liza Cody

Read by Stuart Crossman and Lisa Coleman.

A late night dialogue between brother and sister, where the sins of a long-dead father pose a problem that only one of them can solve.

AR02The Treatment20030617

By Paul McAuley.

Series of stories exploring the twists and turns of DNA.

A young woman's treatment for a childhood disorder singles her out from the rest.

AR02The Treatment20030617

By Paul McAuley.

Series of stories exploring the twists and turns of DNA.

A young woman's treatment for a childhood disorder singles her out from the rest.

AR03Misty Crossing20030618

By Lavinia Greenlaw Read by John Mackay When a man is caught in a train crash with someone he shouldn't be with, he faces a stark choice of two courses of action.

AR03Misty Crossing20030618

By Lavinia Greenlaw Read by John Mackay When a man is caught in a train crash with someone he shouldn't be with, he faces a stark choice of two courses of action.

AR04The Twin Business20030619

By Eugene Byrne Rebecca Smart and Anthony Smee read the story of an absentee father who has a disturbing confession to make when his daughter finds out that she is not an only child after all.

AR04The Twin Business20030619

By Eugene Byrne Rebecca Smart and Anthony Smee read the story of an absentee father who has a disturbing confession to make when his daughter finds out that she is not an only child after all.

AR05 LASTStop The City20030620

By Zoe Fairbairns When a middle-aged activist embarks on a late-night dialogue with her computer, she thinks she may have stumbled a new way to change the world.

Read by Jenny Coverack and Stuart Crossman

AR05 LASTStop The City20030620

By Zoe Fairbairns When a middle-aged activist embarks on a late-night dialogue with her computer, she thinks she may have stumbled a new way to change the world.

Read by Jenny Coverack and Stuart Crossman