Five authors offer their answers to the old question, What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?


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0101What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted?2003040720040328Written and read by Ian Sansom.
September is a month that can break any man's heart.
Written and read by Ian Sansom.
Five authors offer their answers to the old question.
0102Thirty One2003040820040404By Maureen Freely.
When you've been divorced for a few years and accustomed yourself to the trappings of failure, a moment arrives when you stop trying to be the person you never were.
Read by Rebecca Miles.
The time comes when you stop trying to be the person you never were.
0103The First Day Of Spring2003040920040411The day you lose all your possessions should be a good time to put the past behind you and make a new start.
But the first day of spring is lost on Sebastian.
Written and read by Paul Dodgson
0104The Stationary Cupboard2003041020040418By Sheila Yeger.
Susan's visit to St Philomena's as a distinguished Old Girl is memorable in a way she hadn't anticipated.
Read by Maggie Tagney.
Susan's visit to her old school is memorable in a way she had not anticipated.
Read by Jennie Stoller.
0105 LASTOut Of The Burning House2003041120040425By Marina Warner.
Read by David Collins.
What would you choose to save from a burning house? One of five stories on the subject of heart break.

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