|01||Angel On The Roof||19990322||Ten stories - five Book At Bedtime and five others - about London and its inhabitants by writers participating in `The Word', London's first festival of literature.|
Lewis Brown leads a solitary life until he discovers that an angel is living on the roof of his parents' house.
|02||Best Wishes From Jemima Shore||19990323||by Antonia Fraser, read by Patricia Hodge.|
During a rather unsuccessful book-signing tour, TV presenter and amateur sleuth Jemima Shore is suddenly presented with an alarming request from an admirer.
|03||Furniture||19990324||by Michael Moorcock, read by Maggie Steed.|
Vi Corren's love of well-made, second-hand furniture proves to be a life-saver on more than one occasion.
|04||The Melting Bed||19990325||by Emily Perkins.|
Lies can be hurtful but they can also be exciting.
Dishonesty and its different effects are explored in this compelling story.
|05 LAST||Dr Johnson's First Cat||19990326||by Richard Holmes, read by John Rowe.|
The little-known story of fair Esther and her cat, and the profound effect they were to have on the work of Dr Johnson, especially his great `Dictionary of the English Language'.