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Performed by Miranda Hart & Emma Henderson
Marjorie is trying to reboot her friendships after saying things she really didn’t mean. Or perhaps did.
Performed by Tim Bentinck
How do you know if you’re a Suffolk man? A man from Poland and a man from Suffolk take issue.
Performed by Huw Brentnall
A nightclub encounter with a jealous guy.
Performed by Lucy Mangan
Shall I? Shan’t I? All those emails waiting in my inbox.
Performed by Diana Quick & Helen Atkinson Wood
Two old friends ponder the eternal question milk before, or after? The answer can mean life or death.
Performed by Juliet Stevenson
If you’re going to name your baby after every dead relation where will it end?
Performed by Alice Redmond
One minute you’re having a one-night stand, the next… well who could have guessed?
Performed by Martha Loader
Just because you don’t theoretically exist in this space time continuum, doesn’t mean you can’t have attitude.
Performed by Helen Atkinson Wood, Penelope Rawlins, & Nigel Havers
Mum’s age-old passion for Nigel Havers may have unexpected consequences.
Performed by Tessa Wojtczak
The time to be quiet can be the most helpful but also the hardest part of waiting.
Performed by Melissa Dean
Nan has picked up her knitting needles and done something beautiful and unexpected.
Performed by Barbara Horne & Paul Hegarty
A pair of birdwatchers gently chide each other at twilight.
Performed by Alexandra Ewing
The statue of a little dog perched on a plinth by the yacht pond in Aldeburgh is not all he seems.
Performed by Molly McGeachin
A woman waking in darkness reaches for the fabrics and needle that will bear witness to her life.
Performed by Sarah McGuinness & Joe McArdle
Dana’s food experiments on the customers don’t go down well with the cafe manager.
Performed by Adrienne Grant
What is it that keeps us believing in Christmas, love, and second chances?
Performed by Penelope Rawlins & Dugald Bruce Lockhart
Publisher’s advice to the author about the adjustments needed to make Pride and Prejudice suitable in a time of Covid.
Performed by Justin Marosa
Things have changed on the ‘murder mile’. But the ghosts are still there.
Performed by Lucy Mangan & Sam Rix
The right answers to a divine quiz are arguably life’s cruelest trick.
Performed by Isabella Inchbald & Yiannis Vassilakis
What is it with men and wine? They always want to over-complicate things.
Performed by Ann Bryson & Felix Uff
An overprotective mum can’t help spooning out advice to her child.
Performed by Samuel Lawrence
A stargazer is brought to earth by reality and circumstance.
Performed by Dean Graham
The plan to seduce a beautiful commuter falls short on puns.
Performed by Charlotte Parry
A daily run with a woman who can’t escape the thought of what’s going on at home.