|LS||01||The Wardrobe, The Old Man And Death||20000327||20000604|
by Julio Ramon Ribeyro, read by Anton Lesser. A huge, mirrored wardrobe, central to family life, is damaged in a football game, bringing the narrator's childhood to an abrupt end.
by Jose Emilio Pacheco, read by Gemma Saunders. Adelina dreams of becoming the next carnival queen, but then reality intrudes and spoils her carefully laid plans.
|LS||03||Don't Tell Her You Love Her||20000329||20000618|
by Senel Paz, read by Joseph McFadden.
A passionate story about politics and young love set against the backdrop of the newly formed Cuban Republic.
by Clarice Lispector, read by Haydn Gwynne. Anna thought she had left the rebelliousness of her youth behind, but then the chance sighting of a blind man chewing gum throws her world into disarray.
|LS||05 LAST||Taxi Driver Minus Robert De Niro||20000331||20000702|
by Fernando Ampuero, read by Stephen Tompkinson. A taxi driver desperate to make some extra money is introduced to the bizarre trade of selling drunks to the highest bidder.