|LS||01||The Wardrobe, The Old Man And Death||20000327||20000604||by Julio Ramon Ribeyro, read by Anton Lesser. A huge, mirrored wardrobe, central to family life, is damaged in a football game, bringing the narrator's childhood to an abrupt end.|
|LS||02||The Queen||20000328||20000611||by Jose Emilio Pacheco, read by Gemma Saunders. Adelina dreams of becoming the next carnival queen, but then reality intrudes and spoils her carefully laid plans.|
|LS||03||Don't Tell Her You Love Her||20000329||20000618||by Senel Paz, read by Joseph McFadden.|
A passionate story about politics and young love set against the backdrop of the newly formed Cuban Republic.
|LS||04||Love||20000330||20000625||by Clarice Lispector, read by Haydn Gwynne. Anna thought she had left the rebelliousness of her youth behind, but then the chance sighting of a blind man chewing gum throws her world into disarray.|
|LS||05 LAST||Taxi Driver Minus Robert De Niro||20000331||20000702||by Fernando Ampuero, read by Stephen Tompkinson. A taxi driver desperate to make some extra money is introduced to the bizarre trade of selling drunks to the highest bidder.|