When Hugh was 5 years old, Auntie Jane came to stay and he really loved her. Then one day Auntie Jane disappeared. Written by Geoffrey Parkinson.
Director Shaun MacLoughlin. Stereo
The Melbourne Times serves a downtown community where
Greeks, Vietnamese and Okkers rub shoulders with counter-culture greens and opera buffs. In the second of six programmes,
Tony Wilkinson reports on a week that features feminist theatre as well as Crackers Keenan 's tales of Aussie Rules Football.
Producer Julian Hale. Stereo
Haroun and the Sea of Stories
In Salman Rushdie 's new novel, dark forces are poised to wipe out a world of stories. So, can the boy Haroun save the day? Zia Mohyeddin reads the first of six episodes. Abridged by Neville Teller Producer Duncan Minshull
Simon Brett has kept a diary since he was 9, and is an avid reader of other people's. In the fit st of six programmes, he takes a vertical slice out of history to see how other diarists have spent their
October 10ths, and adds his own entry for the day. Producers Kate Whitehead and Kate McAII. Stereo
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