Three more short stories which capture the atmosphere of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Recorded live at The Pleasance last week, leading comedians perform their own work in front of a packed audience. The Woman Who Sniffed, written and read by Susan Calman, is a wry look at office politics. Just When You Thought It Was Safe to be Green, written and read by Patrick Monahan, warns against paying too much attention to government crime statistics. Finally, On The Dot features Mrs Pims, who is always mysteriously late for everything. Then one day, the reason for her tardiness becomes apparent... Written and read by Shazia Mirza. Series produced by Kirsteen Cameron.