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Stephen Fry - The Fry Chronicles
Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres
Classic tale of an otter's eventful life in the Devon countryside
Radio 4 Extra
Finding Your Voice
Readings of acclaimed novelists' first stories for radio
The Kids Are Alright
Daljit Nagra presents a series showcasing the best new poetry and spoken word.
Readings from modern classics, new works by leading writers and world literature
Short stories by leading crime writers, recorded at the 2013 Bloody Scotland festival
More surreal poetic musings and ditties from Ivor Cutler and friends
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.
How salt cod helped create the British Empire. Omnibus edition read by Melody Grove.
Helen envies her neighbour's garden and her life, but things are not always as they seem.
In the Dark
Stories by Lynne Truss about the inhabitants of windy Meridian Cliffs.
Following the adventures of private detective Captain Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond
The Seventh Pullet
Short stories by Hector Hugh Munro, better known by his pen name Saki
Can two young robbers avoid the law by using a family bereavement as cover?
John Sessions reads from the playwright's journal, describing the final year of his life.
Omnibus editions of Amanda Craig's black comedy. Read by Amanda Lawrence.
A legacy from his uncle lets 13-year-old Thomas Gainsborough leave Sudbury to study art.
Nina recalls her friend Laurie and their cruel parting after the division of their country
Chilling tales by a variety of authors
People Are Life
A selection of tales from the English novelist's short story collection.
The Perfect Fit; Audience Q&A
The American essayist presents a series of audience readings.
Poetry series in which poet Helen Mort explores exciting voices from around the world.
Svetlana Alexievich's extraordinary oral history of Russian women's experiences in WWII.
An imprisoned criminal contemplates what story he might tell to a therapy group.
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