Weird is wonderful. Normal is nowhere. From the slightly quirky to the downright impossible, our June stories feature tree gods, disappearing dogs, suburban centaurs, psychopathic doppelgangers, aural stalkers, a memory palace and a cynical mermaid.
A bewildering array of stories covering birth, death, fiery apocalypse, Aussie fishermen, rodent kebabs, eidetic lovers and what to do when you're stuck in a lift with a movie executive. CONTENTS: Birth Plan by Uschi Gatward, read by Beverley Longhurst; The Job by Maggie Veness read by Silas Hawkins; Memory Man by Jim Cogan read by Suzanne Goldberg; The Rat Pie Man by Stephanie Brann, read by Tony Bell; Elevator Pitch by Mike Clarke, read by Sarah Feathers.
Six stories, some with a Shakespearean twist, to celebrate the Bard's 450th birthday. From paintball to zombie porn via Elizabethan sailors, PTSD, knights in armour and hangings, you'd have to be madder than Hamlet to miss it.
Snipe hunters, coups, booze, Hoxton tw*ts, kitchen nudity, forgetful murderers and Death personified ... twice.
Kicking off 2014 with five love-themed stories for two voices, we've got unicorns, mass murder, internet dating, ballads about highwaymen and lovers living in paintings. Enjoy1
From a coke-snorting Santa to a heat-sucking alien, via guiding stars, phantom hounds and talking to chairs, check out these five fantastic festive stories for the most wonderful time of the year. Featuring Mr Frost by Liam Hogan, read by Lin Sagovsky; About Christmas by Carolyn Eden, read by Carrie Cohen; Obviously 3 Believers by Darren Lee, read by Paul Clarke, First Foot by Brindley Hallam Dennis, read by Ben Crystal, and Santa's Christmas Snowstorm by Alan Graham, read by Sarah Feathers.
Featuring secrets, lies, tails, trails, poisonings, stabbings, double-lives, eavesdropping in cafes, sinister doctors and even actual cloaks and daggers.