Island Tales

Five tales by Scavel An Gow, a group of Cornish writers who create live events, put stories on pasty wrappers, postcards, and shop notice boards.

A residency on the Isles of Scilly inspired these five salty tales.

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20060723

Scavel An Gow are a group of Cornish writers who create live events, and put stories on pasty wrappers, postcards and shop noticeboards. A residency on the Isles of Scilly inspired five salty tales.

1/5. Dancing with Angels

By Pauline Sheppard, read by Charles Barnecut.

20060730

Scavel An Gow are a group of Cornish writers who create live events, and put stories on pasty wrappers, postcards and shop noticeboards. A residency on the Isles of Scilly inspired five salty tales.

2/5. Lucy Wildhair

By Annamaria Murphy, writer in residence at the Eden Project.

20060806

Scavel An Gow are a group of Cornish writers who create live events, and put stories on pasty wrappers, postcards and shop noticeboards. A residency on the Isles of Scilly inspired five salty tales.

3/5. Locals

By Stephen Hall.

Read by Charles Barnecut.

20060813

Scavel An Gow are a group of Cornish writers who create live events, and put stories on pasty wrappers, postcards and shop noticeboards. A residency on the Isles of Scilly inspired five salty tales.

4/5. Blind Russian

By Paul Farmer, read by Mary Woodvine.

An ex-teacher takes her revenge.

20060820

Scavel An Gow are a group of Cornish writers who create live events, and put stories on pasty wrappers, postcards and shop noticeboards. A residency on the Isles of Scilly inspired five salty tales.

5/5. Selling the Wind

By Simon Parker, read by Carl Grose.

Fishermen turn against a wise woman.

AR01Dancing With Angels20040719

Five tales by Scavel An Gow, a group of Cornish writers who create live events, put stories on pasty wrappers, postcards, and shop notice boards.

A residency on the Isles of Scilly inspired these five salty tales.by Pauline Sheppard.

AR02Lucy Wildhair20040720

by Annamaria Murphy, writer in residence at the Eden Project.

AR03Locals20040721

by Stephen Hall.

Read by Charles Barnecut.

AR04Blind Russian20040722

by Paul Farmer

An ex-teacher takes her revenge

Read by Charles Barnecut.

AR05 LASTSelling The Wind20040723

by Simon Parker.

Fishermen turn against a wise-woman.