A safari into the prehistoric past sparks unexpected results.
8/8 The Doctor and Sarah Jane confront the Morbius monster, and seek help from the Sisterhood.
5/5 The detectives are challenged by a 14-year-old who's more than a chip off the old block.
4/5 Ignoring his mother's fears, Barry goes out after dark to visit the sites of six murders.
10/10 More drama erupts, as Carole Seddon's murder investigation reaches a gripping climax.
6/6 As winter arrives on the rural railway, station master David gets an exciting job offer.
1/10 Agitate your grey matter with Chris Maslanka, David Singmaster, William Harston and more.
1/4 Robin Savage marches to Kabul, as Anne attends a dying man. With Bill Nighy.
5/5 Bittersweet recollections of a childhood friendship founded on pretending games.
Mrs Chatterley of Gravesend reveals similar interests to her famous namesake.
8/12 Juggling his cases and girlfriends, barrister Roger has trouble with toggles and gromits.
4/6 Confidentiality proves a headache for events manager Rosie in Brighton.
The men who serviced Japanese attack planes stir memories and plan a new mission.
Contrary views are swapped in a series of blunt exchanges between two park regulars.
2/2 How tricksters have tampered with the composer's musical legacy.
24/32 The funny man celebrates Shakespeare with guitarists Sergio and Odair Assad.
The late comedian, writer and broadcaster tells his own show business story.
11/16 Master spy Kenneth Horne battles for Britain, plus Bona Homes with Julian and Sandy.
1/2 Grazia Deledda's story of love, poverty, honour and retribution set in 1900's Sardinia.
Polly seeks help from an enigmatic customer in a London teahouse over her friend's killing
A legend told by the men of the coalfields from the Tyne to the Vale of Neath. From 1961.
Ed Byrne, Tim Minchin and Marcus Brigstocke from the Alps, plus reviews.
2/2 As the radioactive cloud approaches Australia, a desperate submarine mission is launched.
Selections include Hello Cheeky, King Cutler, and I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again.
Street poet Elvis McGonagall wows the audience at London's Albany. From 2010.
6/7 The Australian stand-up chats to Bruce Morton about her British stage career.
4/6 Dalgliesh's hunt for the Whistler seems to be over, so Hilary's killer is still at large.
Cruelty and silence lead a man to confront the horrors of his past in a vast house.
Sunday 1 April 2012