Vincent Price tells of two emasculated husbands, and their plot to escape domestication.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/4 By Lizzie Nunnery. Victoria can't sleep at night. Then bad dreams haunt her waking hours.
3/6 Do Uncle Brian and Auntie Vi have the Jago children's best interests at heart?
1/2 A new world opens up for Magnolia Hawks aboard the Cotton Blossom Floating Palace Theatre.
1/3 A mean-spirited comment about her deaf family shakes Beth's world.
4/6 The Jago children escape the clutches of Brian and Vi, but are they now out of danger?
2/5 Edie links recent deaths to a growing outside interest in Craig Island.
2/2 Parthy has shocking news about Gaylord, and Kim receives a telegram.
2/5 Jess is struggling to understand why she is at the school, when a new friend arrives.
BBC Radio 4
2/3 Sculptures about voice and silence give deaf window cleaner Christian pause for thought.
Alf's memories come in flashes, returning him to his youth and his troubled marriage.
Rhys feels surplus to requirements.
2/10 Celie is at the mercy of her cruel husband 'Mister'. His son Harpo weds feisty Sofia.
2/3 Drama mewn tair rhan gan Wil Roberts. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
By Phil Gladwin. The voices in 15-year-old Rose's head come to a noisy climax one weekend.
2/10 After her marriage breaks down, Nadine is fuelled with bitterness towards her ex-husband.
An explicitly horrific tale of a boorish film director and a vengeful feline.
1/4 Retired solicitor Arthur Kipps recalls his visit to the house of the reclusive Mrs Drablow
It's Peggy's birthday.
2/10 Miryam puts her village of Nazaret in danger by continuing to shelter the young man Gidon.
Wednesday 14 November 2012