Telling Stories

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This week sees the publication of a second book of radio stories,

Telling Stories, and there is another opportunity to hear seven tales from the first collection.

I: Beyond the Blue Mountain by Penelope Lively.

Read by Hannah Gordon. Producer Duncan Minshull

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930311]

This week sees the publication of a second book of radio stories,

Telling Stories, and there is another opportunity to hear seven tales from the first collection.

I: Beyond the Blue Mountain by Penelope Lively.

Read by Hannah Gordon. Producer Duncan Minshull

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Unknown: Penelope Lively.

Read By: Hannah Gordon.

Producer: Duncan Minshull

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Unknown: Penelope Lively.

Read By: Hannah Gordon.

Producer: Duncan Minshull

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2: Ice Dancing by Rose Tremain.

Read by Harry Towb. Producer Duncan Minshull

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2: Ice Dancing by Rose Tremain.

Read by Harry Towb. Producer Duncan Minshull

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Unknown: Rose Tremain.

Read By: Harry Towb.

Producer: Duncan Minshull

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Unknown: Rose Tremain.

Read By: Harry Towb.

Producer: Duncan Minshull

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Continuing the series of six tales taken from the new radio anthology, Telling Stories.

3: To Tempt a Woman by Clare Boylan.

Read by Tony Doyle.

Producer Duncan Minshull

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Continuing the series of six tales taken from the new radio anthology, Telling Stories.

3: To Tempt a Woman by Clare Boylan.

Read by Tony Doyle.

Producer Duncan Minshull

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Unknown: Clare Boylan.

Read By: Tony Doyle.

Producer: Duncan Minshull

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Unknown: Clare Boylan.

Read By: Tony Doyle.

Producer: Duncan Minshull

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4: The Railings by Ronald Frame. Read by Nigel Anthony.

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4: The Railings by Ronald Frame. Read by Nigel Anthony.

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Unknown: Ronald Frame.

Read By: Nigel Anthony.

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Unknown: Ronald Frame.

Read By: Nigel Anthony.

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Rabbits by Lawrence Scott.

Read by Deborah Findlay.

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Rabbits by Lawrence Scott.

Read by Deborah Findlay.

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Unknown: Lawrence Scott.

Read By: Deborah Findlay.

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Unknown: Lawrence Scott.

Read By: Deborah Findlay.

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6: Abroad by Peter Regent.

Read by Nigel Anthony.

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6: Abroad by Peter Regent.

Read by Nigel Anthony.

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Unknown: Peter Regent.

Read By: Nigel Anthony.

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Unknown: Peter Regent.

Read By: Nigel Anthony.

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Five stories from the BBC's annual collection, published this week.

1: Poor Old Man by Clare Boylan. The park is a pleasant escape for her, in spite of the attentions of the old man. Read by Gillian Bevan.

Producer Duncan Minshull Rpt

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Unknown: Clare Boylan.

Read By: Gillian Bevan.

Producer: Duncan Minshull Rpt

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An opportunity to hear five stories from the BBC's annual collection, published this week.

2: Heroin Man by Tom Drury. He drives an orange pick-up truck through the green mountains. He delivers oil. His customers are strange types... Read by William Hootkins. Producer Duncan Minshull

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Unknown: Tom Drury.

Read By: William Hootkins.

Producer: Duncan Minshull

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Five stories from the BBC's annual collection, published this week.

3: The Pillow Goose by Jane Gardam. An "enchanting Ethiopian gypsy" visits the Thanet marshes and leaves a strange gift for sisters Maude and Angela. Read by Tessa Worsley. Producer Elizabeth Allard

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Unknown: Jane Gardam.

Read By: Tessa Worsley.

Producer: Elizabeth Allard

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950316]

Rve stories from the BBC's annual collection, published this week.

4: Bertram's Funeral by Allan Massie. Feed the cat, have a quick gin. Then it's off to pay some last respects. Read by David Burke.

Producer Duncan Minshull Rpt

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Unknown: Allan Massie.

Read By: David Burke.

Producer: Duncan Minshull Rpt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950317]

Five stories from the BBC's annual collection, published this week. Our Genius by Robert Cremins. For most families a child prodigy would be a gift from God. Unless the young genius turned his talents to hellish ends.

Read by Sean Campion. Producer Michael Quinn Rpt

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Unknown: Robert Cremins.

Read By: Sean Campion.

Producer: Michael Quinn Rpt