By Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran. Graham Slater has 200 billion pounds to get rid of.
BBC Radio 4
3/5 The Angolan Navy occupy the British territory of St Helena.
BBC Radio 4 FM
By Louis Nowra. A boy and his young mother take to the road across Australia. (R)
Psychological drama by Trevor Preston. Thomas' dreams are like thriller plots. (R)
By David Hodgson. Greg's peace of mind is destroyed when his house is broken into.
By Lucy Caldwell. A family tries to come to terms with the loss of a daughter and sister. (R)
2/5 The new home secretary in the Labour-Lib Dem government is determined to stray off message
Alan and Jean Warburton decide to spend their holiday in their bedroom. (R)
A writer finds himself speaking on a mobile phone to a stranger in 1959 New York.
By Clare Bayley. Andy and Safi are getting married, but this is no normal wedding. (R)
Comedy by Katie Hims. Jess takes a day trip to kiss her dead first love, Danny, goodbye.
1/5 After a general election, the Tories have won more seats but Labour got the biggest vote.
By Jonathan Holloway. An architect encounters a garrulous guard on the overnight train.
By Dawn King. A teacher is detained for 28 days, after which he tries to rebuild his life.
By James Graham. The personal grief that haunted Albert Einstein in his final years.
By Carine Adler. A mother and her daughters gather at home after the death of the father.
By Michael McLean. The story of 60s footballer Tony Kay, who was convicted of match fixing
Comedy trio The Penny Dreadfuls tell the story of the Gunpowder Plot.
By Hattie Naylor. The true story of a boy adopted by a pack of wild dogs in Moscow.
6/6 By Mike Walker. Dickens and his team find themselves caught up in a web of espionage. (R)
Frances Byrnes' story of a young working-class girl and the woman who transforms her. (R)