By Ian McMillan. Unemployed Frank creates a doppelganger to help him fiddle the dole. (R)
BBC Radio 4
Stephen Wyatt's play follows moves during WW1 to set up an Imperial War Graves Commission. (R)
By Mike Bartlett. A woman fights to keep her dignity in a series of bizarre interviews. (R)
5/5 The Prime Minister has called an election and the polls do not look promising.
Shot on stage, a dying magician passes secrets of his act to his daughter. (R)
Comedy by DJ Britton. An inefficient airport ground services team are taken on an away day
True story set in WWI Germnay, by Justin Hopper. (R)
Irene threatens her neighbour when he suggests cutting down a tree.
4/5 The PM considers resignation when his chief of staff is attacked and seriously injured.
A story about making money in industrial quantities.
A fictional story based on an island legend about a wish sworn on a barn owl feather.
Rab has been hard hit by the decline of the Scottish fishing industry. (R)
A letter turns up 50 years after it was posted and threatens to upset a marriage.
3/5 The PM's wife draws media attention by meeting a recently jailed ex-party worker.
By Martin Meenan. A physiotherapist comes up with an unusual plan to motivate her patient.
3/3 Tragedy halts the ship's journey to the East Indies. Stephen makes a proposal of marriage.
2/3 Captain Jack Aubrey is ordered to convey a British ambassador to the East Indies.
1/3 Captain Jack Aubrey engages the Spanish and the French but falls victim to enemies at home
2/5 The Prime Minister falls out with the Chancellor and must decide if he should sack her.
Matthew Solon's story of lost love and broken promises.
Two research scientists find themselves in competition for a new goverment advisory role.
By Annie Caulfield. Aisha an Algerian artist, takes refuge from death threats in Margate.
By Dana Fainaru. Mel's idyllic life is turned upside-down when she suddenly stops sleeping (R)