|01||John Lennon In The American South||20001204||To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Lennon's untimely death, five new stories from five writers.|
by Roseanne Cash.
|02||Dark Corners||20001205||by Jeff Young.|
Liverpool in 1963 was a pretty desolate city, but the Beatles' arrival seemed to banish some of the gloom.
Read by Paul Mcgann
|03||Lennon's Music, Right From The Start||20001206||by AL Kennedy.|
A personal account, read by the author, of the day John Lennon was shot and its significance for her.
Off school with a cold, alone, her mother out at work, she hears the news on Radio 1.
|04||Take It Easy||20001207||by AL Kennedy.|
A star-struck fan gets carried away by the strange and inexplicable coincidences that link his life with those of the Beatles - and Lennon in particular.
Read by Philip Glenister
|05 LAST||The Original Air Guitar||20001208||by Charlotte Cory.|
In 1963, a six-year-old Charlotte stood transfixed before a TV rental shop window.
Exultant, she sang `She Loves You' all the way home, strumming a pretend guitar for all she was worth.
Read by Barbara Marten