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4/5 Mark Gatiss introduces Nicola Jones' strange tale of an imaginary friend.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/3 By Sarah Dunnakey. A wife discovers that her husband appears to be turning into marzipan. (R)
BBC Radio 4
4/4 Reynolds and Leon prepare for a battle of minds. Who will survive? Read by Rhashan Stone.
1/6 Charles Dickens once worked on a newspaper. How might he have covered a train crash?
19-year-old Vincent van Gogh's life-changing stay in London. Stars Dexter Fletcher.
1/2 In a squalid 1950s bedsit, single and pregnant Jane battles personal and social prejudices
4/4 Is it the final curtain for the children of the Blue Doors Theatre Company?
1/4 Eccentric gentleman Phileas Fogg's new valet Passepartout is hoping for a quiet life.
Matt paints a rosy picture, and Lynda breaks the bad news.
A journey home brings a middle-aged man face to face with his rebellious childhood.
2/2 Harris, unable to recollect words or tune, attempts a comic song - to the dismay of all.
The mounting wind proves to be an enemy for one man. Ray Bradbury's atmospheric tale.
Texts and music on the theme of the Low Countries. Readers: Maxine Peake and Samuel West.
BBC Radio 3
1/4 By HG Wells. Is Lionel Wallace brave enough to turn his back on the world he knows?
Drama newydd gan Dafydd Emyr.
BBC Radio Cymru
1/3 By Ann Cleeves. Detective Willow Reeves returns to her childhood home on North Uist.
August Strindberg's shocking play from 1890 about an imploding marriage, in a new version.
Monday 23 September 2013