|AR||01||A Leaf, A Life||20060626|
By Ruth Thomas, read by Paul Young.
John is perplexed when his wife Mary leaves him, apparently spurred on by sessions with a life coach.
|AR||02||Doctors Are Sometimes More Ill Than Their Patients||20060627|
By Ronald Frame, read by Joanna Tope.
Her no-nonsense style might be valued by her readers, but gardening columnist Sandy Loam recalls an upbringing that was anything but straightforward.
By Fay Weldon, read by Noreen Leighton.
A violent act intrudes upon Emma's journey to holistic wellbeing.
|AR||04||Ticking The Boxes||20060629|
By Ron Butlin, read by Sean Scanlan.
The patient on the couch is happy to wax lyrical about his many achievements in life - so why can't he sleep at night?
By Elizabeth Reeder, read by Deirdre Davis.
A woman tackles the clutter that has gathered at the bottom of her summer bag.