3/3 Nature takes her own stand against petty bureaucracy in this canny tale of revenge.
BBC Radio 4
Roger McGough on the poetry of John Donne.
Matt Baker reads The Lamb Who Came for Dinner, by Joelle Dreidemy and Steve Smallman.
5/10 Increasingly alone, self-loathing Lewis makes a dramatic gesture of despair.
5/5 Gertrude Bell's energies turn to the establishment of a museum in Baghdad.
5/5 Captured and left in the company of killer Tom Chaney, what fate awaits young Mattie Ross?
5/5 An artist and his art threaten to come between a couple on a romantic outing.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Sally Dynevor reads George Flies South, by Simon James.
2/3 By Julie Mayhew. A story of very long hair - and head lice. Read by the author.
4/10 Unwelcome at home, Lewis finds his anger and hurt hard to control.