|01||Victoria Bess||20051226||Paul Vaughan discovers what five classic stories about dolls reveal about the real childhood worlds of their readers.|
Victoria Bess is a beautiful wax doll whose adventures take her on a tour of the social classes of Victorian London.
|02||Coppelia||20051227||is the beautiful mechanical doll-girl from Hoffmann's 19th century story.|
Paul Vaughan investigates our darkest fears about dolls when they stop being our silent playmates and exert a will of their own.
|03||Racketty-packetty House||20051228||Dolls of property come to the fore in an early twentieth century story about dolls houses by Frances Hodgson Burnett.|
|04||Impunity Jane||20051229||Paul Vaughan looks at the work of the writer Rumer Godden who wrote several stories devoted to dolls, and one in particular about a spirited pocket doll called Impunity Jane.|
|05 LAST||Maggie Gumption||20051230||Maggie longs for escape from her doll's-house world and certainly doesn't have time to do the housework!.|