Radio dramas which delight and surprise
Short stories or abridged books, often from new writers
When time was standardised in the 19th century, not everyone was convinced by the idea.
Passengers on a train uncover the story that linked their families 150 years ago.
Captain Kidd is just a game to Harry, until it turns into a battle for his life.
Charles Chilton's sci-fi drama starring Nicky Henson, Nigel Stock and Barry Foster
Warm and humorous tale of unforeseen happiness, set on the Lancashire moors in 1939.
Suspense thriller about a thief who gets over his head in Turkey. Read by David Westhead.
Joseph K is an unexceptional man. Then one day he is arrested, but what is his crime?
Dramatisation of the classic novel set in a Midlands village
Dramatisation of the novel by George Eliot
Drama serial charting life on the home front during the First World War.
Set in the India of the British Raj. His Highness plays one April Fool's joke too many.
Young Briony witnesses a moment by a fountain, and three lives are changed forever.
The inquest into the death of a female soldier reveals she has been sexually assaulted.
After a plane crash, Hugh Conway claims to have stumbled upon the utopian Shangri-La
Pursuing smugglers down the Ridgeway, a troop of hussars are drawn into a deadly plot.
Classic family drama novel set in 19th-century New England
A country house and a corpse, and the butler is not to blame.
Short stories by well-known authors
The adventures of writer and amateur private detective, Paul Temple.
Sci-fi drama set in the virtual world of a futuristic game
Strange and chilling tales from the master of thrillers.
Adaptations of five tales by a leading figure of English-language Indian literature
Strange people are found on a remote Scottish island. With Peter Cushing and Vincent Price
Rumpole uncovers more mysteries, in these adpatations of John Mortimer's short stories
Cautious Kath is carrying on with her planned girlie weekend, despite a minor hitch.
Tales of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective
Short tales from the prolific and often controversial English writer
Jamil is old school. Hassan isn't. Then there's Samara, with her puppets.
Short stories by the Irish writer William Trevor
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