Tales celebrating some diehard pedestrians.
|01||The Rigi Klum||20040816||20051211||by Mark Twain.|
He thought it would be an easy journey to the top, but the walker is duped.
Read by Stuart Milligan.
|02||Bed And Breakfast||20040817||20051218||by Helen Simpson.|
To walk and court is the aim.
But the countryside is full of challenges.
Read by Claire Skinner
|03||The Good Soldier Svejk||20040818||20060108||by Jaroslav Hasek|
Time to re-join the regiment - hup, two, three, four.
But where is it?
Read by Dermot Crowley
|04||The Walk||20040819||20060115||By Merle Collins|
An easy walk for a young girl is complicated by the need to go at night and her accompanying cousin offers little protection when they encounter the 'thing' that beckons.
|05 LAST||The Pedestrian||20040820||20060122||By Ray Bradbury, read by David Horovitch.|
There will come a time when we won't be allowed to walk, by order of the authorities.
by Ray Bradbury.