Episodes

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01Alice After Wonderland2014031620220311 (R4)The first of three dramatic monologues by Sheila Yeger imagining the adult lives of characters from children's literature.

Decades after her adventures with the Red Queen and the White Rabbit Alice lives alone with her cat and her memories.

Alice is played by Marlene Sidaway; the producer is James Cook.

Decades after her adventure in Wonderland Alice lives alone with her cat.

02Belle's Blog2014032320220318 (R4)The second of three monologues by Sheila Yeger imagining the adult lives of characters from children's literature.

Decades after Neverland Tinkerbell the fairy is writing a sassy blog, doing panto and pining for PETER PAN. But the nights are lonely and she has terrible dreams about crocodiles.

Belle is played by Marcia Warren; the producer is James Cook

Decades after Neverland, Tinkerbell the fairy is online, in panto and pining for PETER PAN

03Yellow Brick Road2014033020220325 (R4)The last of three monologues by Sheila Yeger imagining the adult lives of characters from children's literature.

Dorothy de la Rue has become a Grande Dame of Romantic Fiction. But this sharp-tongued southern empress holds a terrible, wonderful secret.

Dorothy is played by Sandra Dickinson; the producer is James Cook.

Dorothy de la Rue has become a waspish Grande Dame of Romantic fiction.