|01||From Sydney With Love||20070122||By Gill Edwards, read by Joanna David.|
A mother mourns the loss of her only child to a gap year, and wishes that she had not called her daughter Sydney.
|02||The Loft Room||20070123||Written And Read By Paul Dodgson.|
A father and son fail to communicate until it is too late.
|03||The Footstool||20070124||By Zita Adamson|
A former Greenham Common protester creates havoc in her retirement home, leaving her daughter to pick up the pieces.
Read by Jacqueline Tong
|04||Mines||20070125||By Linda Ruhemann, read by Richard Mitchley.|
A father tries to communicate with his grown-up daughter about the past when she was persuaded to have an abortion, and her inability to have children in the present.
|05 LAST||Mock Turtle||20070126||By Tracy Alexander, read by Katharine Rogers.|
A redundant housewife and mother seeks solace in her local supermarket.