|AR||01||Will You Love Me Tomorrow?||20080922|
By Kathryn Simmonds.
A brief encounter at a party leads to a date and the first awkward kiss, followed by the agony of waiting for the all-important next phone call.
Read by Isabel Brook.
|AR||02||Ha Ha Ha||20080923|
By Joan Osbaldeston.
From childhood, Suzy has collected interesting words.
However, she has forgotten the glamour of the word 'epiglottis' for 43 years, until she meets the inimitable Stanley Manley.
And Stanley has an interest of his own.
Read by Jenny Coverack
|AR||03||After The Snow Queen||20080924|
By Diana Hendry.
A modern conclusion to the famous fairy story reveals what happened next for Gerda and her true love Kay after his release from the Snow Queen's spell.
Read by Phyllida Nash
|AR||04||You're Not Ann Laurenson, Are You?||20080925|
By Frank Dunne.
On a train out of Waterloo, a middle-aged man becomes fascinated by the woman sitting opposite him.
As the train rattles through the countryside, he is trying to devise a way of introducing himself which cannot fail to intrigue her.
Read by Philip Franks.
|AR||05 LAST||Echo *||20080926|
Rosie Jackson's modern take on the old myth of Echo and Narcissus.
When a woman finds herself in love with a busy executive, her initial subservience turns to self-preservation and quiet revenge.
Read by Bonnie Hurren