|AR||01||Gone With The Wind||20060515||20071118|
Radio 4 goes back to the book to find the passages from literature that inspired iconic movie moments.
Producer Lisa OsborneBy Margaret Mitchell, read by Megan Dodds.
Scarlett and Melanie are paid a visit by looting Yankee soldiers.
|AR||02||Ice Cold In Alex||20060516||20071125|
By Christopher Landon, read by Ben Miles.
'They served it ice cold in Alex'.
And it's the prospect of an ice cold beer at the end of the journey that keeps Captain George Anson and his team just this side of sanity through the insane desert heat.
|AR||03||The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz||20060517||20071202|
By L Frank Baum, read by Lorelei King.
A cyclone sets Dorothy and Toto gently down in the land of the Munchkins - an awfully long way, as the girl said, from Kansas.
By Daphne Du Maurier, read by Emma Fielding.
It's the morning after the ball and the young Mrs de Winter is determined to confront Mrs Danvers, and find out why the housekeeper hates her so.
|AR||05 LAST||Zorba The Greek||20060519||20071216|
By Nikos Kazantzakis, read by Alex Jennings.
In the seclusion of the Cretan countryside, Zorba dances for the sheer joy of living.