|01||01||Interval At Ouchy||19980706||19990530|
|01||02||Cuckoos Are So Selfish||19980707||19980712|
Gregor Powrie reads Allan Massie's `Cuckoos Are So Selfish'.
|01||03||Never The Bride||19980708||19980713|
|01||04 LAST||That Innocent Bird||19980709||19990531|
Oliver Twist and Jack Dawkins - alias the Artful Dodger - are reunited in middle age.
Read by Michael Mackenzie
|02||02||Thank God It's Friday||20010227||20030622|
Arch-schemer Iago plots to keep his place in the `Big Brother' house.
Read by Steven Mcnicholl
By Frederic Lindsay.
At a criminology conference in Edinburgh, an authority on detective fiction comes face to face with one of the genre's first heroes.
Read by Hilary Neville
|02||05 LAST||Round Ireland With An Inanimate Household Object||20010302||20030713|
A non-fictional end to the series, as comedian Ian Macpherson recounts the heroic tale of his travels Round Ireland With An Inanimate Household Object.
|03||01||Trimming The Hat||20020722|
by Fay Weldon.
Ibsen's Nora Helmer has left `A Doll's House' to start a new life in New York.
|03||02||The Perfection Of Nature||20020723|
A Houyhnhnm, one of the noble horses from `Gulliver's Travels', meets a lesser species - mankind.
|03||03||Dr Johnson At The House Of Shaws||20020724|
The great man of letters stops off for dinner with the heroes of Stevenson's `Kidnapped'.
|03||04||Life After Mars||20020725|
In a corner of England, one of H G Wells's Martian invaders has survived the virus which killed his comrades.
|03||05 LAST||Paradise, Some Of The Time||20020726|
by Marianne Carey.