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6/6 Richard and Door finally discover who ordered the death of Door's family. Can they escape?
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/5 Jared Diamond asks what traditional societies can teach us about living healthier lives.
BBC Radio 4 FM
5/5 A parting of the ways for the Morel and Gren, but the search for a home goes on.
5/5 Where is Ross? Why is Paris important? And will Poirot finally unmask the murderer?
5/10 Confusion reigns. If Lorna isn't an addict, why does she seem to have a well-used syringe?
5/10 Evidence at victim Rhoda's flat leads Dalgliesh northwards, as the trail grows darker.
A young woman dismays her family by choosing to earn her own living as a governess.
5/5 Anxious not to be outdone, the registrar relates a story of treachery among thieves.
Adam Thorpe's play about Thomas Hardy and his strained marriage with second wife Florence.
As Carter Brandon struggles for love, the only person who understands is his baby cousin.
Against all odds, Rosie and Tom are together. What could possibly come between them?
2/6 The priest's quest to solve a university murder leads to unexpected literary revelations.
Elmore Leonard's classic western about John Russell, a white man raised by Indians.
BBC Radio 4
5/5 Mark Gatiss introduces a chilling tale of a couple's late-night meeting on a city street.
2/5 Polly's first child is shaped like a small blue pyramid. Will she be able to bond with it?
Drama in which a man hides in a cottage waiting for the death he knows is inevitable.
BBC Radio 3
2/2 Esther is determined to make her way and support her baby.
1/6 A disturbing murder on a Brighton beach is set to cause government shockwaves.
5/5 Confronting Alex's parents, Patrick learns what happened to their daughter in 1977.
1/3 By Mark Burgess. A man in his 60s, embracing retirement, remembers his teenage years. (R)
Sunday 24 March 2013