|01||20040209||By Stephen Taylor.|
In June 1782, an East INDIA Company ship called the Grosvenor leaves INDIA for ENGLAND.
Two months later, off the coast of south-east Africa, disaster strikes.
The reader is Robert Glenister.
|02||20040210||The Grosvenor castaways find themselves stranded on the coast of south-east Africa, hundreds of miles from the nearest European settlement.|
Faced with a shortage of food and the warriors of the local Pondo tribe, they decide to march south to the Cape.
|03||20040211||A group of sailors from the Grosvenor decide to abandon their fellow castaways and take their chances in the African wilderness.|
But it's not long before the group divides a second time.
The reader is Robert Glenister
|04||20040212||The fragmented groups of castaways continue their desperate journeys south.|
|05 LAST||20040213||What happened to the women and children from the Grosvenor? Did they perish shortly after the shipwreck, or did they have a more remarkable fate?|