|AR||01||The Most High Tea||20060828|
By Candia McWilliam, read by Tamara Kennedy.
An unusual family visit their favourite sweet shop and leave with far more than just a pleasant taste in their mouth.
By Merryn Glover, read by Gary Lewis.
Helping out at his local soup kitchen, a man reflects upon his childhood.
Amid these memories, a tired old man sits down and begins to eat and, in doing so, reveals far more than he could have imagined.
By Joanna Blythman, read by Gerda Stevenson.
The award-winning food critic and writer shares her passion for mangoes, savouring the sticky sweetness of Indian and Pakistani mangoes, and exploring the subject of how one eats a mango.
|AR||04||The Ghosts, The Astronauts, The Tipsy Cake And The Turks||20060831|
Written and read by Finlay Welsh.
A penniless man wanders the streets of Vienna fantasising about eating tipsy cake.
As his hunger grows worse, he is haunted by the city's ghosts and a strange scratching sound at his door.
|AR||05 LAST||Skin And Bones||20060901|
By Sophie Cooke, read by Laura Fraser.
Francis likes to sew, write and cook, but she doesn't much like eating.
When she invites her newly discovered half-brother to dinner, she finds a whole new kind of fullness.