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Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres
Three university students make a podcast about a cold case that happened 14 years earlier
Algernon Blackwood's Ghost Stories
Keeping His Promise
Readings from modern classics, new works by leading writers and world literature
A Kist o Wurds is our weekly Ulster-Scots magazine show.
Indira Varma reads Arundhati Roy's sweeping tale that takes you from Old Delhi to Kashmir
Radio 4 Extra
Gerda and Pam are two women who find themselves emotionally frozen in the past.
The monologues of Marriott Edgar, performed by actors and comedians
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Tamsin Grieg reads the author's tribute to the Hollywood star
Inexplicable moods and smells mar a friendly reunion. What can it mean?
Selections of poetry on various themes, chosen by listeners
Milton Farleigh is driven to distraction when badgers destroy his sweetcorn patch.
Selected short stories by award-winning author Helen Simpson
Poetry and alternative comedy with John Hegley
In the Dark
Stories by Lynne Truss about the inhabitants of windy Meridian Cliffs.
A woodland glade, a perfect picnic... a girl grows up, a woman grows old.
Three stories by F Scott Fitzgerald, including The Couple and Salute to Lucy and Elsie.
How we travelled, farmed and fought was once dictated by the horse.
The Judge's House
Chilling tales by a variety of authors
Back From Abroad; Three Stockings
The engaging stories of an English housewife. Read by Penelope Wilton.
Short tales from the prolific and often controversial English writer
Valdir Peres, Juanito and Poloskei
Short stories that shine a spotlight on Brazil's literary culture
Sound Walk to Hay-on-Wye
An immersive, 'slow radio' experience of the British countryside
Three short stories from leading writers exploring the contemporary feminist landscape
The adventures of a newcomer to 18th-century New York when it was still a fledgling town
Ian McMillan presents archive recordings of remarkable poets reading their own work
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