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01The Silt Path2014110920180424 (BBC7)A series of three specially commissioned stories taking our relationship with the land beneath our feet as a starting point.

The first story, The Silt Path by Togara Muzanenhamo, is set on a farm in Zimbabwe where the author grew up and is told from the perspective of an elderly farm labourer.

Read by Togara Muzanenhamo

Directed by Jill Waters

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

Togara Muzanenhamo's short story is set on a farm in Zimbabwe where he grew up.

Series of stories exploring our relationship with the land beneath our feet.

Commissioned for radio by Ellah Allfrey

Directed by Jill Waters
A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

02Are You Listening?2014111620180425 (BBC7)The second of three specially commissioned stories taking our relationship with the land beneath our feet as their starting point. 'Are You Listening?' by Laura Beatty takes place in a former mining community in Northumberland, not far from Newcastle.

Read by Joe Caffrey

Directed by Jill Waters

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

A tale from Northumberland exploring our link with the land beneath our feet.

Series of stories exploring our relationship with the land beneath our feet.

Directed by Jill Waters
A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

03 LASTDreamland2014112320180426 (BBC7)A series of specially commissioned stories - each taking our relationship with the land beneath our feet as a starting point. In 'Dreamland' by the Guyanese writer Fred D'Aguiar, the lack of land and the craving for space is the driving force which is overwhelmed by the events of the story.

Read by David Ajao

Commissioned for radio by Ellah Allfrey

Directed by Jill Waters

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

Directed by Jill Waters

A story exploring the lack of acreage and the craving for space in Guyana.

Series of stories exploring our relationship with the land beneath our feet.

Directed by Jill Waters
A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.