By Liz Rigbey. Stories from a village in the troubled and violent Pak-Afghan mountains
An Everyday Story of Afghan Folk homepage
By Elizabeth von Arnim. Four very different women spend a revelatory month in Italy.
The Enchanted April homepage
By Michael Symmons Roberts. A soldier is sent on a time-travelling journey of atonement.
The Blast of War homepage
Further journal material of Yorkshire farm labourer and writer Fred Kitchen.
Writing the Century 27 - The Journal of a Joskin homepage
By Chris Fallon. Third series of the crime drama set in contemporary Naples.
Le Donne homepage
By Mike Bartlett. A comic look at how the financial crisis feels on the street.
A Steal homepage
Following psychotherapist Martha and her dealings with a series of patients
How Does That Make You Feel? homepage
Anne Tyler's story about a suburban housewife who decides to reinvent her life.
Ladder of Years homepage
By Eoin McNamee. A police camera operator is drawn into a web of murder and revenge.
The Haunted Road homepage
By Sophie Radice. A mother fears that a child parenting expert is endangering his own son.
The Henry Experiment homepage
By Linda Marshall Griffiths. Unflinching drama about betrayal and the power of money.
The Embrace homepage
By Alexander McCall Smith. Drama following the residents of an Edinburgh tenement building
44 Scotland Street: The Blue Spode Tea Cup homepage
By Beatrice Colin. Tense thriller set on a British research station in Antarctica.
The Ice Wife homepage
By Lou Ramsden. Comedy drama about the life, loves and misadventures of wheelchair user.
Tinsel Girl and the Tropical Trip homepage
Jonathan Franzen's acclaimed family epic, dramatised by Marcy Kahan.
The Corrections homepage
Inventive adaptation of Nigel Slater's food memoir by dramatist Sarah Daniels.
Eating for England homepage
Nigel Molesworth, curse of St Custards, presents a guide to 'skool' life.
The Skool Days of Nigel Molesworth homepage
By Mark Davies Markham. How would you cope if your child was born into the wrong body?
Just a Girl homepage
By Fiona Evans. Funny and moving coming-of-age story of a 50-year-old suburban housewife.
Writing the Century: My Greenham homepage
By Patricia Highsmith. Love story about two women who risk everything to be together.
Tina Pepler's black comedy, set among aid workers in Syria.
Syria: Bread and Bombs homepage
By Richard Monks. Drama following the inquest into the death of a female soldier.
By Amanda Whittington. Brave and funny story inspired by collaboration with Home-Start UK.
Children in Need: D for Dexter homepage
The real-life experiences of two globetrotting nurses in the 1920s, in their own words.
Writing the Century: Passages from Empire homepage
By Sarah Woods. Jill's story is told across five decades. A love story - about flu.
My Life with Flu homepage
By Rachel Joyce. A dying woman reveals the shocking and beautiful truth of her life.
The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy homepage
Miranda Emmerson adapts Michel Faber's novel, set in the near future.
The Book of Strange New Things homepage
By Robert Forrest. Mystery thriller set in 10th-century Japan.
The Pillow Book homepage
Marcy Kahan's platonic romantic comedy. Bill and Bella meet for lunch every month.
Marcy Kahan - Lunch homepage
The music drama returns as the all-girl band Velveteens conquer America
Queens of Noise: Rip It Up homepage