A frightened young girl escapes the clutches of her new Dad in Going Home, a haunting piece from the pen of Clydebank writer Jack O’Donnell.
Fear of leaving home is at the heart of To Her Door, another drama inspired by a Paul Kelly song title from Ayrshire author Angus Shoor Caan.
‘Be very afraid if you can’t make the coffee’ is the message behind Greek Coffee In An Emergency, a brief lesson by ex-pat Andrew McCallum Crawford.
And fear of an uninvited house guest turns to affection in Mary, a ghost story with a happy ending by another ex-pat, Cyprus-based Ron A. Sewell.
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