A planet spurned is no friend to man. Ray Bradbury's surreal space tale stars Max Robinson
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/3 An eccentric writer-explorer leads his bemused amanuensis over the island. (R)
BBC Radio 4
1/3 Washington Irving's classic tale of two love rivals and a headless horseman.
Omnibus. San Francisco, and the residents of Barbary Lane's are on the move.
3/5 The detective probes the theft of a valuable church painting.
Epic historical tale of subterfuge and doppelgangers, set in an East European province.
3/5 Jean Valjean gets nervous about Marius's pursuit of Cosette and an evil plan is hatched.
Peggy is lost for words, and there's a fleeting meeting for Lilian and Paul.
A small dog called Hector comes to dominate his mistress's life while her fiance is abroad
Alan is furious, Michael is provoking, Usha is hopeful and Rachel is apologetic.
The spinster sleuth suspects a nursery rhyme is behind a set of gory murders.
1/2 Ministry of Truth worker Winston Smith awakens to new possibilities in Orwell's classic.
1/4 For Professor Dunning to find old ally Lionheart, he must ask Harry Crow for aid.
Texts and music on the theme of concealment and the invisible.
BBC Radio 3
2/2 Kate's attempt to bring her new gene discovery into the public domain doesn't go to plan.
Clarrie plays peacemaker.
1/3 By Carol Farrelly. A young woman reflects on a summer of love affairs in Venice.
A play about the relationship between American writer John Updike and his mother.
Monday 11 February 2013