by Ali Smith. An anorexic girl is given a computer pet to nurture while she is in hospital. If she does not keep pressing the buttons, it will die. Reader Vicki Liddelle.
by Ellen Galford. Great-uncle Hugh goes to Blackpool and returns with a new wife. Her exuberant taste in clothes and exotic make-up make her a clear winner in her new family's `black sheep Olympics'. Reader Maureen Beattie
by Leila Aboulela. For a young journalist working for the World Service, the Christmas lights of shop windows in London spark off a series of memories of life - and death - in Sudan.
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By Bill Duncan. Michael Mackenzie reads the intriguing tale of the little-known marriage between Gaelic and Negro cultures in the 18th century and its impact on the music and songs of the Western Isles of Scotland.
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A comic story by Alexander Mccall Smith about an anthropologist who investigates a remote tribe in New Guinea that worships Elvis Presley. Reader Crawford Logan