|01||Pan For Pockot||20000131|
by Lionel Seepaul, read by Burt Caesar. A vivid and disturbing story of Trinidadian street life, focusing a young man at carnival time who can do nothing right - except play tenor pan like an angel.
|02||Miss Joyce And Bobcat||20000201||20000813|
by E A Markham, read by Yvonne Brewster. A story of courtship between a retired nurse who has finally returned home from abroad and Bobcat the builder, whose powerful male presence disturbs her to distraction.
|03||Song Of Roland||20000202||20000820|
by Jamaica Kincaid, read by Josette Bushell-Mingo. A sensual and magical love story about an Antiguan stevedore and the women in his life.
|04||Major Bonnett's Buccaneer Beach||20000203||20000827|
By John Gilmore, read by Kara Miller. A dreamy reflection on the unsavoury brashness of life in the tourist trade told by a young Barbadian woman.
|05 LAST||Mrs Da Silva's Carnival||20000204|
by Pauline Melville, read by Mona Hammond. A hilarious account of one woman's carnival in Notting Hill. She is too big for any leotard but hugely desirable to timid widower Mr Foster.