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Dramas that explore contemporary takes on future dystopias
Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations
Eight Months on Ghazzah Street
Readings from modern classics, new works by leading writers and world literature
Dorothy, a Manager's Wife
Dramas and comedies from the popular British TV and radio writer and novelist
Radio 4 Extra
The Wireless Set
Three short stories by one of Orkney's finest writers
Dramatisation of the Wilkie Collins classic, first published in 1859.
By Christopher William Hill. 1930s comedy set on St Martin's, one of the Isles of Scilly
The Finger of Suspicion
The gentleman sleuth attends a wedding, but is soon investigating a crime
Long Day's Journey into Night, by Eugene O'Neill
Series of drama performances, ranging from experimental works to the classics
Three university students make a podcast about a cold case that happened 14 years earlier
Contemporary drama in a rural setting
Michael Stewart - Dead Man's Suit
Radio dramas which delight and surprise
Canada 150: From Sea to Sea to Sea
A sequence of classical music mixed with well-loved and less familiar poems and prose
A Place of Greater Safety
Radio 4 drama
Indira Varma reads Arundhati Roy's sweeping tale that takes you from Old Delhi to Kashmir
The week's events in Ambridge
Gerda and Pam are two women who find themselves emotionally frozen in the past.
Elizabeth Bradley stars as 80-year-old Marjorie in Dave Sheasby's tale
The Lost Stories: Point of Entry
Specially recorded audio dramas and readings from the time-travelling adventure series
The monologues of Marriott Edgar, performed by actors and comedians
Sumayya Hilmi must decide the future of the family-run hospital.
Comedy about the culture clash between the British and natives on the island of 'Samolo'.
Vampires, a mad Scots librarian, a handsome Englishman and a countess - all in Dacia.
Original short works for radio.
Cyfres ddrama wedi'i sgwennu gan Ian Rowlands.
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