Stories, poems and songs.
Patti Love, David Morrissey, Nicholas Le Prevost, Claire Skinner and John Hannah star in David Edgar's drama, based on real events, about schizophrenic artist and writer Mary Barnes (1923-2001), whose life changed by psychiatrist RD Laing (1927-89)
Another chance to hear the first five instalments of Mark Tavener 2005 comedy thriller High Table, Lower Orders, starring Geoffrey Palmer and Samuel West (1-5/6)
Ben Moor sci-fi adventure (4/6)
Mark Gatiss presents chilling tales, continuing with Mike Bartlett's story about a man preparing himself to pop the question, starring Carl Prekopp.
Billy Kay concludes a look at Scotland's historical contacts with Africa - from Roman times and slave traders to colonial plantations and religious missions (6/6)
Edward Long. Pam Ferris, Tim Mclnnerny and Peter Jeffrey star in Nigel Bryant's adaptation of Charles Dickens's 1838 novel (2/6)
Occasional "grumpy old woman" Jenny Eclair introduces her favourite radio comedies, with episodes of Radio Active; The Shuttleworths;
Knowing Me, Knowing You; Lee and Herring's Fist of Fun; People Like Us; and Hearing with Hegley
A November 2008 instalment of the US show titled in the States A Prairie Home Companion, from the Fitzgerald Theatre in St Paul, Minnesota, featuring gentle satire, sketches, and music by guest Emmylou Harris
Interactive drama written by Doctor Who scriptwriter Robert Shearman from storylines emailed in by BBC Radio 7 listeners, who can join the Chain Gang via bbc.co.uk/radio (7/13)
Robin Boyle looks back at the programmes and personalities that entertained the troops at home and overseas during the Second World War
James Naughtie talks to author Sebastian Faulks about his popular 1993 novel Birdsong, which details an Englishman's experiences during the First World War.