Radio dramas which delight and surprise
Classic stories by the mistress of the whodunit.
Arthur Vezin enters a sleepy French town where the locals act in a strangely feline manner
Adaptations of tales from the great science fiction author and inventor
A series of classic American 1950s sci-fi tales
The Franciscan priest and philosophy lecturer turns amateur sleuth to solve mysteries
Will the creation of the Ultimate Machine wreak havoc on the universe?
Science-fiction comedy about two men who encounter aliens
The lives on Pitcairn Island of the HMS Bounty mutineers and their descendants
Adaptations of popular thrillers by the British steeplechase jockey turned crime writer.
Five originally French stories adapted to Irish settings by James Ellis
Bill Nighy reads George Orwell's famous cautionary fable
Judith Taverner defies brawling Regency London to make her claim on 'high society'.
Classic tale of an otter's eventful life in the Devon countryside
A law firm's copyist 'prefers' not to do parts of his job.
HP Lovecraft's tale of terror read by Richard Coyle, set high in the Antarctic
Sci-fi thriller, set in a future where human clones are farmed for their organs
Contemporary horror story set in a remote Scottish country house
Farcical tale by Gogol, adapted by Rene Basilico
Readings of stories by the Irish-born novelist, playwright, poet, critic and full-time wit
Dramas and comedies from the popular British TV and radio writer and novelist
More escapades from PG Wodehouse's most famous creations, Jeeves and Wooster
Matthew Broughton's virtual reality saga stars Tessa Nicholson and Adjoa Andoh.
Adaptations of Agatha Christie whodunits featuring the Belgian sleuth. Stars John Moffatt.
A selection of short stories by the Scottish author Ronald Frame
Radio adaptations of the award-winning fantasy author's novels.
Series of Scottish 19th-century tales of terror and mystery, dramatised by Marty Ross
A creepy raconteur, played by Mark Gatiss, introduces spooky tales
Adventures based on Somerset Maugham's experiences during the First World War
Martin Jarvis reads from Irving's spooky classic
The life and exploits of 18th-century Irish adventurer Redmond Barry