Laura feels uneasy when she gets a card with the cryptic message 'One day to death'.
1/4 By Melissa Murray. Lovecraft tells of two sisters confronting childhood demons in Cornwall
Kirsty Young explores the choices of the actor and dramatist in a series on playwrights.
The venerable entertainer on singing with Nat King Cole and reinventing yourself.
2/3 A tin of pineapple takes on a starring role as the story of the Thames holiday continues.
2/4 How did a monk keen on standing in freezing cold water become the Patron Saint of Wales?
The perils of worker relations, and Ron Glum needs a new suit.
On his second honeymoon, Adam sees his dead mother and is plunged into a dark world.
2/3 Hugh and the Strolling Players meet a strange Pilgrim.
4/5 Mary's friendship with sickly Colin is producing some startling results.
1/5 Posh sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey probes a poison-pen campaign at Oxford University.
1/7 Master of disguise Flambeau is on the run from the police. Andrew Sachs stars.
1/6 Trapped in a parallel universe, Robin is set for divorce from the woman he never married.
3/8 Sue Perkins, Paul Merton, Julian Clary and Charles Collingwood join host Nicholas Parsons.
Kenneth Horne flicks through his diary, and Hornerama probes love and marriage.
1/6 The shady lawyer stays in a haunted mansion. The Marx Brothers radio shows recreated.
Alex Horne and his band learn to speak 'jazz' and head into space. With Benedict Allen.
5/6 Eliott tries to encourage US investment in the NHS - 'where there's pain, there's gain'.
3/4 David Balfour has witnessed the murder of the Red Fox and must flee from the redcoats.
1/5 A family friend has a look at ten-year-old Julia and decides that she needs companionship.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
16/30 Alfred Mantallini's melodrama increases when he asks for more money. With Alex Jennings.
80/216 With his new powers and godly duties, Cromwell is asked to become King.
3/5 It's Carter's first look at Soho exotic dancers, but not Uncle Mort's.
1/5 The playwright's moving and funny account of coming to terms with his terminal cancer.
Mel Giedroyc grows a bushy beard, seeks storytelling tips, and goes mad with March hares.
To encourage tourism, the dear ladies revive an old custom. From April 1983.
3/4 The epic Tolkien parody sees one defender of Albion making a startling discovery.
5/17 Josella is devastated when she returns to her home with Bill. Cult novel read by Roger May
2/6 Topical comedy with Jon Culshaw, Mitch Benn, Jon Holmes, Laura Shavin and Paul Sinha.
The comedian presents a selection of some of the finest comic songs. With guest Neil Innes
Tuesday 28 February 2012