|AR||01||Rose Honey Rust||20060213|
By Kathryn Simmonds, read by Eve Matheson.
'Her Ronny understood women.
He just used to shrug when he saw the bags, he knew she liked to have pretty things.
If she'd bought something extra pricey, she'd cook him a nice meal and make a fuss of him'.
As one family tradition comes to a close on a Yorkshire farm, it opens the way for a reconciliation between father and son.
|AR||03||Her Drug Of Choice||20060215|
A cautionary tale for travellers.
|AR||04||Do The Math||20060216|
Read by author Ian Sansom.
A story about one young woman's addiction to the sweeter things in life.
|AR||05 LAST||Look At Me, I'm Beautiful||20060217|
By Ben Rice, read by Eve Matheson.
'She was lying in the steaming pond on her front with her face in the water and her ams dangling down at her sides, and she was entirely naked.
They were sure that she was dead because some of Mike's carp were nibbling at her toes'.