Series of new short stories from Wales by established and lesser-known authors.
By Anna Smith, read by Matthew Gravelle.
Seventeen-year-old Gavin does not enjoy being a carpet fitter - especially when he has to placate Mrs Leopold, an unsatisfied customer with a swirly coffee-coloured carpet.
But when they feel the wool/nylon mix beneath their bare feet, both are surprised at where it leads them.
|02||Moving On||20090930||By Catrin Gerallt, read by Sara McGaughey.|
Now that Gareth has left, Bethan is on her own again, quietly terrified at finding herself in the category 'newly single mother-of-two'.
But an encounter in an Irish bar makes her realise that life is full of possibilities.
By Catrin Gerallt.
Now that Gareth has left, Bethan is on her own again.
|03 LAST||Hurry On Sundown||20091001||By Dan Anthony, read by Iestyn Jones.|
In a police cell, Cliff tries to work out just what is worst about his situation - the fact that he is about to be charged for drunk and disorderly behaviour or that he appears to have time-travelled nearly 40 years.
By Dan Anthony.
Cliff gets to grips with the fact he seems to have time-travelled 40 years