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01Female Company2000031320000717

A week of contemporary women's writing.

1: `Female Company' by Diana Hendry, read by Lisa Coleman.

A young woman's first excursion out of the house in two years is a journey which could lead her in one of two directions, with enormous consequences for her and those around her.

01Female Company2000031320000717

A week of contemporary women's writing.

1: `Female Company' by Diana Hendry, read by Lisa Coleman.

A young woman's first excursion out of the house in two years is a journey which could lead her in one of two directions, with enormous consequences for her and those around her.

02The Food Of Love2000031420000718

A week of contemporary women's writing.

2: `The Food of Love' by Gillian Tindall, read by Elizabeth Bell.

An elderly widow's nights are filled with glorious dreams of cooking and food as a refuge from the bleakness of her days, empty after her husband's death.

Then one day she understands that she needs to lay his ghost to rest.

02The Food Of Love2000031420000718

A week of contemporary women's writing.

2: `The Food of Love' by Gillian Tindall, read by Elizabeth Bell.

An elderly widow's nights are filled with glorious dreams of cooking and food as a refuge from the bleakness of her days, empty after her husband's death.

Then one day she understands that she needs to lay his ghost to rest.

03Matilda And One Of The Twelve Dancing Princes20000315

A week of contemporary women's writing.

3: `Matilda and One of the Twelve Dancing Princes' by Chrissie Gittings.

A romantic island, leafy avenues of diamond, silver and gold, the strains of Nat King Cole and Perry Como - could any princess ask for more?

03Matilda And One Of The Twelve Dancing Princes20000315

A week of contemporary women's writing.

3: `Matilda and One of the Twelve Dancing Princes' by Chrissie Gittings.

A romantic island, leafy avenues of diamond, silver and gold, the strains of Nat King Cole and Perry Como - could any princess ask for more?

04Learning The Ropes20000316

A week of contemporary women's writing.

4: `Learning the Ropes' by Rachel Bentham, read by Michael Wilson.

When his mum's boyfriend became ill, young Sam's world changed.

04Learning The Ropes20000316

A week of contemporary women's writing.

4: `Learning the Ropes' by Rachel Bentham, read by Michael Wilson.

When his mum's boyfriend became ill, young Sam's world changed.

05Unholy Joy20000317

A week of contemporary women's writing.

5: `Unholy Joy' by Julia Stoneham.

`It was not until sometime afterwards that Jake fully understood how much he hated the Master...'.

05Unholy Joy20000317

A week of contemporary women's writing.

5: `Unholy Joy' by Julia Stoneham.

`It was not until sometime afterwards that Jake fully understood how much he hated the Master...'.

01Female Company2000031320000717

`Female Company' by Diana Hendry, read by Lisa Coleman.

The story of a young woman whose first excursion out of the house for two years is a journey which could lead in one of two directions, with enormous consequences for her and those around her.

01Female Company2000031320000717

`Female Company' by Diana Hendry, read by Lisa Coleman.

The story of a young woman whose first excursion out of the house for two years is a journey which could lead in one of two directions, with enormous consequences for her and those around her.

01Female Company20000717
01Female Company20000717
01Learning The Ropes20000720

`Learning the Ropes' by Rachel Bentham, read by Michael Wilson.

Young Sam's world changes when his mum's boyfriend becomes ill.

It is difficult to realise that grown-ups get scared, especially when you have some important hurdles to get over yourself.

01Learning The Ropes20000720

`Learning the Ropes' by Rachel Bentham, read by Michael Wilson.

Young Sam's world changes when his mum's boyfriend becomes ill.

It is difficult to realise that grown-ups get scared, especially when you have some important hurdles to get over yourself.

02The Food Of Love2000031420000718

`The Food of Love' by Gillian Tindall, read by Elizabeth Bell.

An elderly widow's nights are filled with glorious dreams of food and cooking as a refuge from the bleakness of her days, empty after her husband's death.

02The Food Of Love2000031420000718

`The Food of Love' by Gillian Tindall, read by Elizabeth Bell.

An elderly widow's nights are filled with glorious dreams of food and cooking as a refuge from the bleakness of her days, empty after her husband's death.

02The Food Of Love20000718
02The Food Of Love20000718
03Matilda And One Of The 12 Dancing Princes20000719

`Matilda and One of the 12 Dancing Princes' by Chrissie Gittings, read by Anne Reid.

A romantic island, leafy avenues of diamond, silver and gold, the strains of Nat King Cole and Perry Como - could a princess ask for more?

03Matilda And One Of The 12 Dancing Princes20000719

`Matilda and One of the 12 Dancing Princes' by Chrissie Gittings, read by Anne Reid.

A romantic island, leafy avenues of diamond, silver and gold, the strains of Nat King Cole and Perry Como - could a princess ask for more?

05 LASTUnholy Joy20000721

`Unholy Joy' by Julia Stoneham, read by Bill Wallis

05 LASTUnholy Joy20000721

`Unholy Joy' by Julia Stoneham, read by Bill Wallis