4/5 Now using the name David Motsamayi, Mr Mandela is asked to set up a military wing.
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2/6 David expounds on the guilt he feels as a result of writing stories about his family.
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5/5 After 20 years imprisonment on Robben Island, the political situation is changing.
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9/10 Out on a stroll, two BBC staff make a discovery in Trafalgar Square.
10/10 The story draws to an end with a cautious romance and an unexpected bang.
5/5 A young poet sets out across a continent and finds more than she imagined.
1/3 An Edwardian house party takes a comic and playful turn. Read by Maureen Beattie.
Ted Robbins reads The Gigantic Turnip, by Aleksei Tolstoy and Niamh Sharkey.
5/5 Buddy is invited to New Orleans to spend the festive season with his estranged father.
5/5 After 20 years imprisonment on Robben Island, the political situation is changing. (R)