|AR||01||The Universal Aunt||20050321|
By Candy Neubert.
In her stiff grey Harris Tweed coat, 11 year old Beverley is making the long journey back to her dreaded boarding school.
As she passes through the sliding doors at the airport exit, she scans the crowd.
Then a woman steps forward, smiling.
Read by Jacqueline Tong
|AR||02||The House That Jack Built||20050322|
Written and read by Phyllida Nash.
After Jack's sudden death in Italy, his wife meets up with three of their old friends.
But will Susie, Paula and Karen ever discover what really happened that night in Amalfi?
|AR||03||The Kitchen Front||20050323|
by Stella Goorney.
A perfect gastronomic moment is ruined when the sirens go off.
Read by Rebecca Smart.
|AR||04 LAST||The Night Singers||20050324|
By Valerie Miner
Henry wonders if the retirement home will be too confining for the once vigorous woman who used to be his college professor but Cecilia, though older and physically diminished, still has the promise of music to keep her spirit soaring.