2/5 Seventeen-year-old Guled has been kidnapped by al-Shabaab. He fears for his life. (R)
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7/10 As Natalia recalls her grandfather's past, the truth about the failed tiger hunt emerges.
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2/5 On a summer evening in 1929, Winnie goes to her first dance at the Miners' Welfare Hall.
3/5 Porter Nisho is almost at the bottom of the pile, but he harbours ambitions for the future
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3/5 Nichola McAuliffe reads extracts from essays written by food writer Elizabeth David.
8/10 There is a bid to save the tiger's wife, but it has an unwanted outcome.
3/5 Winnie's pregnancy, the catalyst for her marriage, turns out to be a false alarm.
Floella Benjamin reads Baby Badger's Wonderful Night, by Karen Saunders. (R)
8/10 The oppressive 19th-century dawns, and an extraordinary encounter takes place on the moor.