Welsh Rarebits

Series of new short stories from Wales by established and lesser-known authors.

Episodes

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01Afternoon Reading20090929 (BBC7)
20140331 (BBC7)
20140401 (BBC7)

By Anna Smith. Carpet fitter Gavin and customer Mrs Leopold enjoy a surprising encounter.

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.

02Afternoon Reading20090930 (BBC7)
20140401 (BBC7)
20140402 (BBC7)

By Catrin Gerallt. Bethan is quietly terrified at being a newly single mother of two.

Series of new short stories from Wales by established and lesser-known authors.

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.

03 LASTAfternoon Reading20091001 (BBC7)
20140402 (BBC7)
20140403 (BBC7)

By Dan Anthony. Cliff gets to grips with the fact he seems to have time-travelled 40 years

Series of new short stories from Wales by established and lesser-known authors.

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.

AR01Golden Swirls2009092920140331 (BBC7)
20140401 (BBC7)

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.

By Anna Smith. Carpet fitter Gavin and customer Mrs Leopold enjoy a surprising encounter.

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.

AR02Moving On2009093020140401 (BBC7)
20140402 (BBC7)

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.

By Catrin Gerallt. Bethan is quietly terrified at being a newly single mother of two.

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.

AR03Hurry On Sundown20091007

AR03 LASTHurry On Sundown2009100120140402 (BBC7)
20140403 (BBC7)

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

By Dan Anthony. Cliff gets to grips with the fact he seems to have time-travelled 40 years