2/3 By Paul Cornell. Sceptical scientist James moves to Standlake, famous for its lake monster
2/3 By Louise Welsh. Photographing the deserted tower block means going to its 30th floor.
1/5 Ex-prisoner Jean Valjean begins a new life as the Mayor of Montreuil.
3/4 Patrick Muirhead visits Belloc's house. From December 1999.
1/2 Made for 4 Extra. Hattie Morahan reads Sarah Hall's novel about family, power and love.
2/3 AA Milne relives the agony and ecstasy of amateur dramatics.
How Mary Wollstonecraft's elopement with Percy Shelley sparked Frankenstein's creation.
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3/6 The ex-variety star is convinced he can play Malcolm's grandpa in a toffee commercial.
1/5 The detective superintendent probes a grisly murder on a railway track.
1/3 Paul Jackson traces the rise of TV's independent producers, from minnow to global giant.
5/5 The sketch show about modern life with people who have lived a bit of it.
1/8 Panellists Paul Merton, Tim Rice, Liza Tarbuck and Graham Norton join Nicholas Parsons.
19/20 When Frazer loses a Lewis gun's butterfly spring, he must track down a coffin.
4/6 As Jean's sister-in-law and husband visit, Lionel acts like a psychiatrist.
6/6 Ian McMillan's literary game with Miles Kington, Mark Thomas, Roger McGough, Dillie Keane.
1/4 Ex-lovers turned cafe-bar owners Pam and Merv discuss love, life and a revamp.
4 Extra Debut. Wary Edie works in a library and just wants to write a Gothic romance.
1/5 A gunman walks into a vegetarian restaurant in Edinburgh.
1/5 Invalided out of the trenches, Davy Powlett Jones must face a new start.
1/10 It's 1968. The tale of four generations of Patel-Joneses.
16/30 Johann Sebastian's recurring choral theme had a profound effect on the history of music.
6/25 Jean Valjean sets out to rescue Cosette from the clutches of the Thenardiers.
1/5 Poet Jackie Kay traces her biological parents, in a journey from Scotland to Nigeria.
1/5 Dandy secret agent Lucifer Box investigates drug-related dealings in 1920s Manhattan.
Bel Mooney, John Sergeant and Hunter Davies discuss Evelyn Waugh and Alfred Wainwright.
7/8 John invites poet Christopher Logue and 'actor of sorts' Andrew Bailey into his home.
3/4 Looking at conventional living, Andrew Lawrence investigates full-time jobs.
2/7 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
2/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore review the murderous case of Charles Sparrow.