By Rachel Joyce. Faith decides to drive down to Devon to scatter her boyfriend's ashes.
BBC Radio 4
2/3 By Laura Wade. Ash, a displaced angelic spirit, meets Neil, a dragon who needs help.
BBC Radio 4 FM
1/3 Jack Thorne's touching story of how three young boys cope with the death of their friend.
Jonathan Davidson's play imagines how the land feels through centuries of exploitation. (R)
By Colin Bytheway. Two unlikely strangers meet on the eve of Princess Diana's funeral.
Can John and Leo rekindle their friendship after 30 years? (R)
By Mark Shand. Abigail contemplates her life as she falls off the top of her tower block.
2/2 As he struggles to win justice for his client, Rumpole's marriage comes under strain.
Can actor Chris Batty convert to Judaism and win the approval of his girlfriend's parents?
Thomas Hardy's classic short story is a masterful drama of psychological suspense. (R)
Olly Smith stars in his own play about his quest to reclaim an ancient ancestor's title.
The story of Elvis Presley's involvement in the Cold War.
1/2 Tiffany Khan calls on Rumpole after her husband is arrested on suspicion of terrorism.
Nicola Wilson's play explores the aftermath of an affair.
By Frances Byrnes. On a woman's 39th birthday, she recalls an earlier, more eventful one. (R)
Three old friends plan to meet up. But why are the two women feeling nervous? (R)
Comedy by Ian McMillan. What if Grimsby had been the cradle of pop music in the 1960s? (R)
The crew of a small Irish cargo ship decide to rescue 168 German sailors during WW2.
By Chrissie Gittins. On New Year's Eve 1854, 21 leading scientists enjoy a celebration. (R)
By David and Caroline Stafford. The story of St Anthony from his sister's point of view. (R)
By Robert Shearman. Every word in the English language seems to have changed its meaning. (R)
Drama-documentary by Howard Belgard exploring the world of the ambulance call centre.
By John Peacock, based on a true story about a soldier killed in Aden in 1965. (R)