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SOMETHING FRESH: 3pm, BBC Radio 4, Sunday 29th March

A two-part dramatization of  c’s comic novel, with Ioan Gruffudd, Helen McCrory, Hector Elizondo and Martin Jarvis. Continues at theFull story »

MY BROTHER GOD AND THE BAN YAN TREE: 8pm, BBC Radio 3, Sunday 3rd May

A play set in India in the 1910s against the backdrop of the struggle for independence from British rule. WrittenFull story »

MURDER UNPROMPTED: A CHARLES PARIS MYSTERY: 11.30am, BBC Radio 4, Wednesdays throughout May

A four-part dramatization of Simon Brett’s 1982 murder mystery novel by Jeremy Front, with Bill Nighy starring.

THE PURSUITS OF DARLEEN FYLES: 7.45pm, BBC Radio 4, Monday 13th July to Friday 17th July

Esther Wilson‘s new five-part radio series airs on Woman’s Hour.

NORMAL AND NAT: 2.15pm, BBC Radio 4, Thursday 6th August

NORMAL AND NAT, Debbie Oates’ new play in collaboration with musician/composer Carol Donaldson, will be the Afternoon Play on ThursdayFull story »

THE SONG THIEF: 2:30pm, BBC Radio 4, Saturday 8th August

Michael Chaplin’s new radio play, produced by Catherine Bailey Productions, will be airing on BBC Radio 4 as their SaturdayFull story »

I AM EMMA HUMPHREYS: 9pm, BBC Radio 4, Friday 25th September

Shelley Silas’s new radio play, the true story of prostitute Emma Humphreys, imprisoned for life at the age of 17Full story »

THE STANLEY BAXTER PLAYHOUSE – FLYING DOWN TO GRENNOCK: 11:30am, BBC Radio 4, Wednesday 7th October

Michael Chaplin’s new radio play, produced by Catherine Bailey Productions, airs on BBC Radio 4 on Wednesday 7th October.

PICK UPS: 11pm, BBC Radio 4, Thursdays from Thursday 15th October

Ian Kershaw’s hilarious PICK UPS will be returning to BBC Radio 4 for a second series from Thursday 15th OctoberFull story »

PICK UPS: 11pm, BBC Radio 4, Thursday 5th November and Thursday 12th November

The second series of Ian Kershaw’s comedy set in a Manchester cab company continues.

FROM FACT TO FICTION: 7pm, BBC Radio 4, Sunday 5th December

Jeremy Front creates a fictional response to a story in the week’s news.