|01||The Darkest Hour||20020826||20040201|
By Yvonne Brissett.
In the heart of Birmingham, a young woman succumbs to jealousy when she fears her boyfriend is seeing another woman.
She takes radical action, which leads to more trouble than she could ever have anticipated.
Read by Janice Acquah
By Naylah Ahmed.
A British Muslim woman finds solace in prayer until one small action changes the way she feels forever.
|03||One Last Time||20020828||20040215|
by Kavita Bhanot A young Muslim girl feels she must go to the arranged marriage of her 'ex boyfriend'; it may be the only way she can move on.
Read by Shaheen Khan.
Produced by Rosemary Watts
By Ava Ming.
Wearing the clothing of a devout Muslim woman is supposed to make one inconspicuous - but not Aisha.
|05 LAST||Grandfather's Feet||20020830||20040229|
By Barrington Gordon New Black and Asian voices from Birmingham.
Arriving in England in the 50s, a strong, young African man, full of enthusiasm and hope, is keen to run for his adopted country.
Read by Neil Reidman.