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Writer Ian Sansom reflects on the role of swimming in life and literature. (R)
BBC Radio 3
Bill Nighy reads a summery tale of love and friendship by Guy de Maupassant. (R)
Simon Townley celebrates the Broadway and footballing anthem You'll Never Walk Alone.
Michael Goldfarb gives a personal recollection of where he was on September 11, 2001.
Joseph Roth's short story about a provincial Austrian stationmaster's coup de foudre.
AL Kennedy recalls her first holiday abroad, aged six, arriving in Paris with her parents.