BBC Radio 4's three-part Liars' League short story series, produced by Heavy Entertainment, will conclude this weekend with a story from LL London, The Wallet by Joshan Esfandiari Martin, read by David Mildon. This will be broadcast at 7.45pm this Sunday April 19th so make sure you tune in!
All three stories were picked out of literally hundreds of entries and are without exception great, so we sincerely encourage you to cosy up to a radio this Sunday and listen. If you missed the first two, Listen Again links are below: if you're interested in modern fiction from around the world, there's really no excuse not to set 15 minutes aside to catch them.
The series kicked off on Easter Sunday April 5th, at 7.45pm UK time. The first story to be broadcast was Peng Shepherd's The Last Curse, (read at Liars' League Hong Kong), a brilliantly haunting story about the HK "villain hitters" who lay curses on their customers' enemies. Listen Again to The Last Curse here until May 4th.
The Last Curse was followed by Liars' League New York's Do Days by Vito Racanelli at 7.45pm on Sunday April 12th. You can Listen Again to Do Days until May 11th.
A villain hitter's equipment laid out for performing a curse: the paper image is beaten to destruction with a shoe.