Readings From Bath

Episodes

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AR01Knit One Purl One2009030320100919

An account of a marriage, a series of summer holidays and the importance of knitting.

The first of three new stories by Bath writers from the stage of last year's Literature Festival in the city is a funny and tender account of a marriage, a series of summer holidays and the importance of knitting.

Reader: Pippa Haywood

Producers: Sue Fry/Sara Davies.

Series of stories by Bath writers from the stage of the city's Literature Festival.

A funny and tender account of a marriage, a series of summer holidays and the importance of knitting.

By Pippa Gladhill, read by Pippa Haywood

AR01Knit One Purl One2009030320100919
20090303 (BBC7)
20131022 (BBC7)
20131023 (BBC7)

An account of a marriage, a series of summer holidays and the importance of knitting.

The first of three new stories by Bath writers from the stage of last year's Literature Festival in the city is a funny and tender account of a marriage, a series of summer holidays and the importance of knitting.

Reader: Pippa Haywood

Producers: Sue Fry/Sara Davies.

Series of stories by Bath writers from the stage of the city's Literature Festival.

A funny and tender account of a marriage, a series of summer holidays and the importance of knitting.

By Pippa Gladhill, read by Pippa Haywood

By Pippa Gladhill. A funny and tender account of a marriage, holidays and knitting.

AR02Inappropriate Dancing2009030420100926

Series of stories by Bath writers from the stage of the city's Literature Festival.

At the age of 81, Alice Garbutter has taken her first risk, and it feels so good that she is going to take more.

By Fran Landsman, read by Stephanie Cole.

At the age of 81, Alice has taken her first risk, and now plans to take some more.

Stephanie Cole reads the second of three stories from the stage of last year's Bath Literature Festival.

At the age of 81, Alice Garbutter has taken her first risk, and it feels so good she's going to take more.

Inappropriate Dancing by Fran Landsman

Producers: Sue Fry/Sara Davies

AR02Inappropriate Dancing2009030420100926
20090304 (BBC7)
20131023 (BBC7)
20131024 (BBC7)

Series of stories by Bath writers from the stage of the city's Literature Festival.

At the age of 81, Alice Garbutter has taken her first risk, and it feels so good that she is going to take more.

By Fran Landsman, read by Stephanie Cole.

At the age of 81, Alice has taken her first risk, and now plans to take some more.

Stephanie Cole reads the second of three stories from the stage of last year's Bath Literature Festival.

At the age of 81, Alice Garbutter has taken her first risk, and it feels so good she's going to take more.

Inappropriate Dancing by Fran Landsman

Producers: Sue Fry/Sara Davies

By Fran Landsman. 81-year-old Alice has taken her first risk, and wants to take more.

AR03 LASTThe Successor2009030520101003

By Rachel Fixsen.

An ex-wife looks on in disapproval at her husband's choice of successor.

Pippa Haywood reads a third story recorded on stage at last year's Bath Literature Festival.

An ex-wife looks on in disapproval at her husband's choice of her successor, but her criticism turns to helplessness as danger threatens.

The Successor written by Rachel Fixsen.

Producers: Sue Fry/Sara Davies.

Series of stories by Bath writers from the stage of the city's Literature Festival.

An ex-wife looks on in disapproval at her husband's choice of successor, but her criticism turns to helplessness as danger threatens.

By Rachel Fixsen, read by Pippa Haywood

AR03 LASTThe Successor2009030520101003
20131024 (BBC7)
20131025 (BBC7)

By Rachel Fixsen.

An ex-wife looks on in disapproval at her husband's choice of successor.

Pippa Haywood reads a third story recorded on stage at last year's Bath Literature Festival.

An ex-wife looks on in disapproval at her husband's choice of her successor, but her criticism turns to helplessness as danger threatens.

The Successor written by Rachel Fixsen.

Producers: Sue Fry/Sara Davies.

Series of stories by Bath writers from the stage of the city's Literature Festival.

An ex-wife looks on in disapproval at her husband's choice of successor, but her criticism turns to helplessness as danger threatens.

By Rachel Fixsen, read by Pippa Haywood

By Rachel Fixsen. An ex-wife looks on in disapproval at her husband's choice of successor.