Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations
George Blake's daring defection made headlines. But what of life behind the Iron Curtain?
Radio dramas which delight and surprise
Short stories or abridged books, often from new writers
Unexpected adventure awaits Roland, Helen, David and Nicholas Watson in a derelict church.
After a year away, Steve finds all is not as it should be with his dead relatives.
In post-war Berlin, magic is in the air but death is being conjured up.
Contemporary drama from the writers of 'The Archers'
A celebration of a classic music hall duo and their immortal gossipy characters.
The story of a woman who makes a sudden change in her life
The Franciscan priest and philosophy lecturer turns amateur sleuth to solve mysteries
Readings from modern classics, new works by leading writers and world literature
Serialised book readings, featuring works from various genres
Time-hopping thriller with Robert Glenister
An isolated house. The discovery of children's graves. A large number of tagged infants.
Fourteen-year-old Holly can't believe her luck when she is asked out by 20-year-old Jay.
Adaptations of works which have achieved classic status
Readings of short stories by Colin Dexter
After moving into her family's inherited country house, is Emily being haunted?
A blind psychic unsettles a grieving couple visiting Venice. With Anna Chancellor.
A newcomer arrives at Marjorie's creative writing class to shake things up.
4 Extra Debut. King Richard I hears ballad singers recall tales of Robin Hood.
The classic story of a Nottinghamshire mining family. Stars Benedict Sandiford
Series of drama performances, ranging from experimental works to the classics
Tales from the American master of mystery and the macabre.
Darkly comic tales from the underground world of horse racing.
Dancer Margot Fonteyn and her lover are trapped in Holland during the German invasion.
Married 40 years, Dot tries to make Arthur fully appreciate her and show extra affection.
Sara Kestelman reads Helen Dunmore's novel of Cold War Leningrad
Therapist Martha encourages her clients to sip at the well of self-examination
Back from America, David makes a farcical, poetic rail crossing of England.
The novel by James Fenimore Cooper, written in 1826 and set in the Seven Years' War
Adaptations of remarkable tales by the multi-award-winning British author.
Promoted to detective after his boss's disappearance, Charles Unwin begins his search.
Joanna Trollope's novel about living with a step-family, read by Penelope Wilton
Three family generations symbolise post-war Britain's decline. Stars Bill Nighy.
Series about two Peelers, Pip and Tom, who solve crimes in Victorian London
Ghost stories, traditional folk tales and country legends from England and France.
Poetry sparks lust, ambition and rivalry at a residential writing course in Shropshire.
Working-class 19-year-old William Fisher spends his time indulging in fantasies
The diary doings of Charles Pooter, a London clerk and his long-suffering wife Carrie.
Panic strikes in a university drama department as a siege situation unfolds.
Comedy about two old flatmates who meet once a month for lunch.
Meera Syal's story about a young girl growing up in the Midlands during the 1970s
Meera Syal's story about a young girl growing up in the Black Country during the 1970s
Wartime evacuee Rusty returns to Britain, and meets a mother she doesn't recognise
Mary Wimbush stars as Gladys Mitchell's amateur sleuth Mrs Bradley
An old piano recalls the hands that played her, and the passion and pain she has observed.
Hugo Latymer's reunion with an old flame proves to be more than nostalgia.
In Paris 1956, artist Paul Sorodin dies. His hoax on the art world shocks his family.