Listen to half an hour of short stories and more. Written and read by Nigel A. JAMES. Listen to this programme of short stories. Stories about Prester John, a mystery king from the east who was nowhere to be found when needed the most. The history of Apple Crumble, a sensational English sweet. Bruno Hope's wartime journey home that took longer than expected; he nearly didn't make it! Doris Kallus's way of saving starving cats in the middle of very hard winters. Birds that wobble along in a row for a meal. An essay about the interesting subject of walls. And, a visit to President Kennedy in 1962; he had an English guest for his inauguration. Please enjoy yourself!
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