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3/4 Can the Time Lord's companions save him, or is the Mara's influence too much to resist?
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/6 Fresh from incarceration, George Smith has attracted the attention of OAP terrorists.
3/5 Amateur sleuth Miss Marple assists police with the murder inquiry at Stoneygates school.
8/10 Mason tries to get through to Lorna, but what is wrong with Gregory Wicks?
8/10 A 17th-century witch burning at Cheverell Stones provides a link to the recent murder.
3/12 Provoked by Parliament, the resolute army aim to get higher ranks on their side.
3/3 Every Sunday an awkward, fiddle-playing coffin-maker comes to play for his mother.
2/4 Two ambitious young doctors tackle a yellow fever epidemic in 19th-century Cuba.
4/5 The spinster sleuth investigates the attempted poisoning of her friend Carrie Louise.
9/10 As the law finally catches up with the master criminal, his true identity is revealed.
9/10 Commander Dalgliesh encounters a bonfire near sacred stones at Cheverell Manor in Dorset.
4/12 1674, and a spontaneous revolution in army ranks sees troops heading towards London.
4/5 The bailiffs are back, and there are cracks appearing in the walls of house.
BBC Radio 4
1/3 The tale of a tender moment among the spring flowers for Pacey and her young charge.
3/4 A strange epidemic sweeps through the inhabitants of a quiet Essex suburb.
Pip receives a wake-up call.
14/20 Jem is arrested for murder, while Mary is accused of bringing about his downfall.
By Nicola McCartney. Drama about the IRA's attempted assassination of the Queen in 1981.
4/12 Lecturer Dixon wakes up to trouble. Can disaster be averted by a quick-thinking friend?
4/4 The power of the Mara is released on the unsuspecting Manussans. Stars Peter Davison.
4/6 Armed with a new face and OAP gadgets, George Smith prepares to take on Central Admin.
Iftikar is tempted.
4/10 Learn from a master. Read by Paul Bhattacharjee.
Friday 29 March 2013