Joyce Bryant's satire on tertiary education, set in a far from elite university. (R)
BBC Radio 4
2/2 William and Sandy, accompanied by care assistant Karen, take on the world of celluloid. (R)
Two siblings are reunited with the father they cremated four years earlier.
Dark and moving comedy about love, money and desperation by Donna Franceschild.
One morning in September 1957, Philip Larkin receives a very official looking letter. (R)
Grace, a champion of atheism, is faced with the decision of son Tom to become a priest. (R)
1/2 William and Sandy are haunted by the return of two characters from the past. (R)
Two worlds collide, when ex-banker Tabitha knocks 'green' activist Will of his bicycle.
Dramatisation of Paul Gallico's romantic novella set during the Second World War.
Psychological thriller by Hugh Costello.
By Sarah McDonald Hughes. A family in mourning face a struggle to survive.
BBC Radio 4 FM
By Andrea Earl. Maggie is a grandmother with a dependency on prescribed tranquilisers.
The true story of one family caught up in the tragedy of the 1978 Jonestown mass suicide.
Poignant and witty drama by DC Jackson about love and memory.
4/4 The battle with Caleb Grant has heartbreaking consequences for Jean Brash's household.
After ten years, Joe clearly remembers everything about Ally, but she recalls nothing.
BBC Radio 7
By Elizabeth Lewis. Charlie's family decamp to Italy, leaving him with his father-in-law.
By Robin Brooks. The true story of the British-built fighter jet that never was.
By Katie Hims. Merle's sister Beth has been abducted by aliens - not for the first time. (R)
Dark thriller by Tajinder Singh Hayer about Asian identity in modern Britain.
3/4 Jean Brash plans revenge on a sadistic client but Caleb Grant is not to be crossed lightly
Redemption comes for a proof-reading dog-walking washout who made one album 20 years go.
Adaptation of Keats's sensual narrative poem. Narrated by Paterson Joseph.