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Daniel Tammet - Thinking in Numbers
Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres
Ian McEwan - Sweet Tooth
Readings from modern classics, new works by leading writers and world literature
A Chip of Glass Ruby
Three daring short stories by Nadine Gordimer, set in apartheid South Africa
Radio 4 Extra
Buddy, Can You Spare a Tie?; A Modest Proposal
The American essayist presents a series of audience readings.
Daljit Nagra presents a series showcasing the best new poetry and spoken word.
Three university students make a podcast about a cold case that happened 14 years earlier
A Kist o Wurds is our weekly Ulster-Scots magazine show.
The Observing Eye
Poetry series in which poet Helen Mort explores exciting voices from around the world.
Frank only sells vinyl, and he is never going to change. But then, everything does.
David Mitchell introduces this compelling book by a Japanese teenager with severe autism.
A personal tragedy leads a successful entrepreneur to reflect over past actions.
How It Stacks Up
Readings of five short stories by the English author
Examining our passion for watery worlds, Philip Hoare arrives in Cape Cod.
A story of increasing attachment between an author and two pigs in France.
Readings of works by the prolific author.
Readings from the short story collection by the Irish author
When Eddie Izzard was six, he and his brother Mark lost their mother.
A teacher faces the task of putting on Wagner's Ringcycle at a struggling school.
The monologues of Marriott Edgar, performed by actors and comedians
By Kit de Waal. A short story about emigration, backstory and new beginnings.
A couple are house-sitting when they meet an unappealing dog and a celebrity neighbour.
A waitress falls for a neurotic poet, except that sometimes she longs to find 'a real man'
The Masked Fisherman
Three short stories by one of Orkney's finest writers
Ian McMillan presents archive recordings of remarkable poets reading their own work
Nabokov's beautiful Christmas story of loss and redemption. Read by Robert Glenister.
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