By HG Wells. A man encounters a troubled spirit. But could this meeting lead to tragedy?
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1/5 In Tuscaloosa, map-gazing, Paul Theroux meets Lucille - 'You lost, baby?'. (R)
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1/3 Tales about food and drink from Fleet Street's cantankerous, comically opinionated legend.
1/5 Recalling a love of swimming, the husband of novelist Iris Murdoch tells his wife's story.
2/5 In Greensboro, the author meets the Rev Eugene Lyles, who gives him a haircut.
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2/6 Dorothy L Sayers and Agatha Christie contribute to the 1930s whodunit.
2/3 The cantankerous columnist reveals his first food memory, Miss Cowie's uneatable porridge.
2/5 Iris Murdoch's husband recalls falling in love with the lady on the bicycle in Oxford.
By Ray Bradbury. Marion's pet dog keeps her in touch with the outside world. And beyond.
Edith Bowman reads On My Way to the Bath, by Sarah Maizes. (R)
7/10 Marian and Absolon get closer, but who is using who? And who else knows about them?
2/5 In Greensboro, the author meets the Rev Eugene Lyles, who gives him a haircut. (R)