Wireless Connections

Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

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20080609Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

1/5. The Restless Home

By Helen Cross, read by Eileen McCallum.

An octogenarian former magician's assistant transcends her physical infirmities and the boundaries of her care home by secretly podcasting to a worldwide audience.

20080610Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

2/5. The Second Life of Jenny Durham

By Mark Lawson, read by Greg Powrie.

When Philip receives a text message from his dead wife, his bafflement turns to anger. Who could perpetrate such a cruel hoax?

20080611Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

3/5. Kimble and Phillp

By Edward Dock, read by Nick Underwood.

A loss adjuster finds himself embroiled in a beguiling mystery involving the abduction of his friend's nose.

20080612Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

4/5. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now

By Kate Pullinger.

A man's good intention to send a birthday greeting to a popular colleague results in his becoming a worldwide laughing stock.

Read by Billy Boyd.

20080613Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

5/5. The Inter-Not

By Stella Duffy.

A powerful yet invisible force, the internet has a voice, all-seeing, all-knowing and very weary of human frailties.

Read by Gabriel Quigley.

AR01The Restless Home20080609By Helen Cross, read by Eileen Mccallum.

An octogenarian former magician's assistant transcends her physical infirmities and the boundaries of her care home by secretly podcasting to a worldwide audience.

1/5. The Restless Home

By Helen Cross, read by Eileen McCallum.

AR02The Second Life Of Jenny Durham20080610By Mark Lawson, read by Greg Powrie.

When Philip receives a text message from his dead wife, his bafflement turns to anger.

Who could perpetrate such a cruel hoax?

Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

2/5. The Second Life of Jenny Durham

When Philip receives a text message from his dead wife, his bafflement turns to anger. Who could perpetrate such a cruel hoax?

AR03Kimble And Phillp20080611By Edward Dock, read by Nick Underwood.

A loss adjuster finds himself embroiled in a beguiling mystery involving the abduction of his friend's nose.

Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

3/5. Kimble and Phillp

AR04Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now20080612By Kate Pullinger.

A man's good intention to send a birthday greeting to a popular colleague results in his becoming a worldwide laughing stock.

Read by Billy Boyd

Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

4/5. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now

AR05 LASTThe Inter-not20080613By Stella Duffy.

A powerful yet invisible force, the internet has a voice, all-seeing, all-knowing and very weary of human frailties.

Read by Gabriel Quigley

Short stories exploring the phenomenon of personal broadcasting.

5/5. The Inter-Not