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The third of five tales.
The Moon Lady by Amy Tan.
Read by Pui Fan Lee.
The spoilt and pampered
Ying Ying has heard that on the night of the Chinese Moon Festival the Moon
Lady will fulfil a secret wish. Greed and impatience take Ying Ying on an adventure she'll never forget, to meet the Moon Lady.
Abridged by Ravi Randhawa
Halfway through the opening week of Wimbledon, and Britain's last men's singles semi-finalist, Roger Taylor , invites three guests to join him in the studio to talk about the state of the game and answer your questions. Plus a look behind the scenes at what could be yourtennis club.
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