By Fiona Kidman, read by Susan Curnow.
With all the frantic arrangements taking place for a family wedding, the only burning question seems to be whether to wear a hat or not.
By Philippa Freshman, read by Janet Dale.
A young girl becomes fascinated by a beautifully cut dress and its owner - an old Jewish lady.
By Daphne Glazer, read by Sunny Ormonde.
The sight of a woman wearing a thong at the swimming baths sets Jayne off on a quest to find some sexy underwear to give her confidence on a blind date.
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By Penelope Lively, read by Vanessa Rosenthal.
Will Miss Carlton find kindred spirits among the young people attending the pop concert in the park, or are their fine feathers an illusion?
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By Virginia Woolf, read by Teresa Gallagher.
Mabel has a new dress for the party, but it is not until she encounters the stares of her friends that she thinks she has made a terrible mistake.