|01||The Town Is Full Of Ghosts||20000626||Terence Davies, director of films such as `Distant Voices' and `The Long Day Closes', reads a five-part account of his working-class Liverpool childhood in the 1950s.|
1: `The Town Is Full of Ghosts'.
|02||For The First Time I Was Aware That I Was Not Only Capable Of Being Loved, But Also Of Being Loathed.||20000627||Written and read in five part by Terence Davies.|
2: `For the first time I was aware that I was not only capable of being loved, but also of being loathed.'.
|03||Hollywood Was My Solace, My Refuge From The Torment Of School.||20000628||Written and read in five part by Terence Davies.|
3: `Hollywood was my solace, my refuge from the torment of school.'.
|04||We Prayed With A Religious Vigour Found Only In 5th-century Saints.||20000629||Written and read in five part by Terence Davies.|
4: `We prayed with a religious vigour found only in 5th-century saints.'.
|05||For The Very Last Time We Hand In Our Exercise Books And Do Not Care What The Marks Are.||20000630||Written and read in five part by Terence Davies.|
5: `For the very last time we hand in our exercise books and do not care what the marks are.'.