Recent productions include:

Dombey And Son.  Charles Dickens's rollicking epic of money, ambition and family ties.  Read by Owen Teale.  

The Restless Girls.  Jessie Burton's feisty, sassy retelling of a classic fairy tale.  Read by Thandie Newton.

Written in History.  Simon Sebag Montefiore's fascinating selection of letters from 4,000 years of history.  Read by Juliet Stevenson, Rupert Penry Jones, Tuppence Middleton, Simon Russell Beale.  

Quidditch Through the Ages/The Quidditch World Cup for Pottermore/Audible, with Andrew Lincoln (Kennilworthy Whisp), Imogen Church (Ginny Potter) and Annette Badland (Rita Skeeter).  Extra magic sprinkled by the sound team at Pinewood Studios. Further details: Pottermore History of Quidditch.

In a House of Lies.  Inspector Rebus and Malcolm Fox return in Ian Rankin's latest bestseller.  Read by James McPherson.

Wise Children.  Angela Carter's rumbustious comic novel about an unruly theatrical dynasty.  Read by Tracey Ullman.

The Magic Toyshop.  Angela Carter's coming of age story about three orphans and a sinister family of toymakers.  Read by Fiona Shaw. 

A Tale of Two Cities.  Charles Dickens's tale of love and self-sacrifice in the shadow of the guilloutine.  Ready by Simon Callow.

In Another Country.  David Constantine's haunting, delicate short stories.  Read by Juliet Stevenson and Sir Derek Jacobi.