A Few More Actors' Words

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01Afternoon Reading20110222

The latest series of short stories by actors features James Wilby, Sarah Winman and Kerry Shale reading their own work. From the jungles of 1970s Sri Lanka (when it was Ceylon) to a luxury boutique hotel in Seville, from the devastation a death causes - and comfortable lives confronted by something shocking - to the adventure of following a wild elephant, these stories are as varied as the performers who have written and read them.

Producer: David Roper

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

02Afternoon Reading20110223

03Afternoon Reading20110224

AR01An Elephant At Trincomalee20110222

The latest series of short stories by actors features James Wilby, Sarah Winman and Kerry Shale reading their own work.

From the jungles of 1970s Sri Lanka (when it was Ceylon) to a luxury boutique hotel in Seville, from the devastation a death causes - and comfortable lives confronted by something shocking - to the adventure of following a wild elephant, these stories are as varied as the performers who have written and read them.

Producer: David Roper

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

In James Wilby's new story a wild elephant makes a surprise appearance in 1970s Sri Lanka.

AR02It's Chinatown20110223

The latest series of short stories by actors features James Wilby, Sarah Winman and Kerry Shale reading their own work.

From the jungles of 1970s Sri Lanka (when it was Ceylon) to a luxury boutique hotel in Seville, from the devastation a death causes - and comfortable lives confronted by something shocking - to the adventure of following a wild elephant, these stories are as varied as the performers who have written and read them.

Producer: David Roper

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Kerry Shale's new story features a nasty surprise for married couple Dave and Polly.

AR03 LASTThe Scent Of Washing Powder And Care20110224

The latest series of short stories by actors features James Wilby, Sarah Winman and Kerry Shale reading their own work.

From the jungles of 1970s Sri Lanka (when it was Ceylon) to a luxury boutique hotel in Seville, from the devastation a death causes - and comfortable lives confronted by something shocking - to the adventure of following a wild elephant, these stories are as varied as the performers who have written and read them.

Producer: David Roper

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

In Sarah Winman's new story, a death leaves a father and son alone.