By Annamaria Murphy. Jamaican street musician Pickard is given shelter by Molly Pinks. (R)
BBC Radio 4
2/2 Rumpole hopes to become a QC, whilst defending a young man on a charge of murder.
1/2 Rumpole is uneasy about Hilda's continuing friendship with a high court judge.
Ewa Banaszkiewicz's fresh perspective on the lives of Polish people living in England.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
By Sue Eckstein. Arriving in Nigeria in 1929, Charles strikes up an friendship with Louisa (R)
Three New Yorkers imagine people whom they would have liked to know better. (R)
By Frances Byrnes. In May 1940, the young dancer Margot Fonteyn is trapped in Holland.
5/5 Davy cannot work with the new Headmaster Alcock. One of them will have to go. (R)
2/2 Adam uses technology to find perfection, but there's a price. Intense romantic drama.
1/2 Comic thriller by Steve May. Different people plan for the future in different ways.
By Mike Walker and John Dryden. A city worker is caught up in in an unfolding catastrophe
By Peter Kesterton. Nigel meets Kat, who spins coins to decide what to do with her life. (R)
4/5 Davy is determined to give the new head Alcock his full support, but this proves difficult (R)
By Rony Robinson and Sally Goldsmith. A funny touching play about the menopause.
Joyce Bryant's satire on tertiary education, set in a far from elite university.
Famed Jacobean actor Edward Alleyn believed he saw a devil on stage. What really happened?
Two short plays by Harold Pinter.
3/5 Davy has immersed himself in school life to try to forget the death of his wife. (R)
By Margaret Heffernan. Four American businesswomen share their stories over an evening.
By Louis Nowra. A boy and his young mother take to the road across Australia.
A playwright and a retired civil servant confront one another over a Radio 4 microphone.
By Peter Ackroyd. A literary historian discovers much about himself during his research.