A man who escapes from an asylum is apparently a threat to the state. Radio play from 1973
Peter White visits Dublin on the day the city pays tribute to Joyce's great novel Ulysses.
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In New York's jazz age, who was Maizie Phillips?
From high-end la-di-da gastronomy food shows, to a radio phone-in on fried chicken shops.
JB Priestley's tale of the music hall. With Tom Baker and Freddie 'Parrot Face' Davies
Three couples celebrating silver weddings discover they're not married.
Mary Stephenson remembers the novelist Jean Rhys in the final months of her life.
Sci-fi thriller, set in a future where human clones are farmed for their organs
Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import
A memoir of novelist Iris Murdoch, written by her husband John Bayley
Agent Richard Hannay hunts his nemesis, the head of a First World War German spy ring
Battling international kidnappers, agent Richard Hannay takes on a sinister adversary.
Dublin author John Connolly's supernatural tales.
The former prime minister reads from his book about cricket's past
When Lewis is confronted by visions of the Almighty, he wonders if he's in the wrong place
Tom Baker stars in reconstructions of dramatic courtroom tales from the past
Series of stories from Toulouse-Lautrec's Paris
Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life
Jon Ronson and guests examine a series of diverse stories and subjects
Professor Eric Hawkins tells of how he set off on his path of learning
Following the travels of the winners of the annual BBC/RGS's dream journey competition
The myth that inspired the Flying Dutchman. A classic tale of the power of love.
Miles Warde on Archaos, the touring French circus described as the sickest show on Earth.
Panel game in which players must speak for one minute on any subject asked of them