By R Chetwynd-Hayes. Could Roland possibly be haunting his wife while he is still alive?
BBC Radio 4 Extra
7/10 Dragged into an artificial black hole, the Challenger crew face Spaceguard Six.
5/8 Steve's acting ability is called for as a notorious counterfeiter heads for London.
3/6 After a spell in prison, the Roman detective discovers that his reputation is at stake.
Searing tale of how the Second World War was fought in the North Atlantic.
1/3 By AL Kennedy. A man reaches out to a stranger for help in the small hours.
1/4 A forensic psychologist tackles a scientist accused of killing her boss. With Jeremy Swift
6/8 The hunt for the counterfeiters leads Paul to a high-speed powerboat on the Thames.
4/6 After two murders in one night, the Roman detective is offered a job by the prime suspect.
1/3 By John Steinbeck. A family heads west in search of work, but thousands are on the move.
8/15 Zoe meets a horribly scarred young airman, while Neville's behaviour continues to decline.
BBC Radio 4
2/3 Back at his old bar, a man wonders why locals avoid talk of his dead wife.
2/4 A confused man claims to have witnessed a murder, so the police turn to Dr Joe Aston.
2/3 By Agatha Christie. Luke can no longer believe that so many deaths are a coincidence.
Pip asserts her independence.
3/10 Unable to work any longer for his tyrant of a brother, William Crimsworth leaves the mill.
3/3 A Syrian library, its owner and an aid worker - sharp debate about identity and politics.
By R Chetwynd-Hayes. A fire warden team are put to the test during a 1940 bombing raid.
8/10 An android built by the computers on spaceship Challenger suffers severe logic failure.
Brenda feels harassed.
3/10 Richard Middlestein feels he has no choice but to leave his wife, Edie.
Thursday 28 February 2013