Four acclaimed novelists write their first stories for radio.
The Coup by Tom Rachman describes how a protest threatens to turn into a coup, in London's genteel Kensington, which is next door to where the two Geralds have just moved in.
Steak by Evie Wyld, describes how a group of male barflies in small town Australia are unsettled by the appearance of Mariella.
She Wiped The Surface, Louisa Young, describes how a mother happily arranges her daughter's birthday party, but this masks a family bereavement. How to cope?
In Holding On by Ross Raisin, a woman stands at the end of a cliff, which is at the end of her garden - which means what, exactly?