|01||Down And Out In Paris And London||19970730|
Washing up at Hotel X takes the aspiring writer out of the poverty trap in 1930s Paris.
|02||Biting The Dust: The Joys Of Housework||19970806|
by Margaret Horsfield.
Flapper or scrubber - which kind of cleaner are you? Read by Brenda Blethyn
|03||Gregory Gladwell - Blacksmith||19970820|
by Ronald Blythe.
An extract from `Akenfield' which describes a hot, emotionally taxing life at the forge.
Read by David Horovitch
by Sinclair Lewis.
Una embarks on office life in 1930s New York.
Read by Barbara Barnes
by Douglas Coupland.
Toiling away in computerland - how to make sense of it all? Read by William Hope
|06 LAST||In Praise Of Idleness||19970910|
by Bertrand Russell.
A final reflection on the world of work for all who have ever thought, `There must be more to life than this'.
Read by Hugh Dickson