4/4 Solicitor Arthur Kipps tries to finally unravel the mystery of the haunted house.
9/10 Can Thor save planetoid Nano from the Vogons and their Quite Unwieldy Torpedo?
4/8 Rick Deckard closes in on 'retiring' the second rogue android on his hit-list.
9/13 The Old Bailey hack deals with dubious alibis in court and chambers.
4/10 Superintendent Dalziel receives a tip off about Waterson, his missing key witness.
4/10 Can the detective's discovery about Iris Dawkins' tragic childhood solve her suicide?
4/6 Landing a job performing in a prison, will Robert finally get a captive audience?
2/6 John Lloyd is joined by guest curator Dave Gorman, with Ruth Padel, Suggs, Leigh Francis.
2/4 The fleeing young prince faces some surprises, but vows to reclaim his rightful throne.
6/20 Musings on the structures built by New Guinea's Vogelkop bowerbirds to attract mates.
4/5 Can a statue maker's wife help her neighbours and herself? Read by Niamh Cusack.
1/2 A young refugee's brave escape from a labour camp sparks a courageous lone journey.
2/6 The last five people left on Earth try to elect a head of the household.
5/6 Pierce Egan tries to get Tom, Bob and Jerry's adventures onto the stage.
10/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls the case of a GP accused of killing his wife.
5/10 Superintendent Andrew Dalziel's key suspect asks to change his statement.
5/10 News from Poona makes Dawkins think his wife was mad, but the detective isn't so sure.
1/6 Stella is planning her retirement, but will her grown-up children survive without her?
2/4 Damien finds himself reluctantly writing for a supermarket's online magazine.
All the Troutbridge crew have to do is tow a barge. What could possibly go wrong?
Albert's kung fu club tackles some extortionists. Adapted from TV. From March 1976.
2/6 As Marcia adjusts to the Paradise Island diet, a ministry man snoops about.
4/10 Brainteasers galore with Chris Maslanka, William Hartston and Professor Angela Newing.
3/4 The lost children turn to Aslan for help, and Peter suggests a bold plan to the Prince.
8/20 A 150-million-year-old feather from an animal that lived before birds had evolved.
5/5 The touching and compassionate story of a man's love for two women. Dermot Crowley reads.
2/2 The young refugee is in despair - until he meets Signora Bang, who changes everything.
5/15 Anne's fallen for Lyon Burke, but her friendship with Helen is put to the test.
114/216 A new King takes the throne and Walpole attempts to keep stability. Anna Massey narrates.
5/10 With only women and children allowed on lifeboats, panic and friction spreads.
5/5 Whatever happened to Jean Francois Sudre's universal language? Read by Andrew Sachs.
We mark Vaisakhi, the Sikh New Year, and hear from Elena Gagarina, Yuri Gagarin's daughter
10/12 Both of barrister Roger's girlfriends, Sally and Joy, attempt to get him some work.
In a dark Snow White fantasy, the Queen sets out to rescue her stepdaughter.
10/10 Will the Vogons wipe out Nano? Is this The End, or just the end of a middle?
5/8 Rick Deckard has been arrested by a rogue android posing as a police inspector.
2/6 The Professor believes societies evolve and mature. Satan introduces him to Bill Clinton.
5/5 Phillip Schofield re-lives Going Live days, with Nick Golsen and Tim de Jongh.
4/6 Disraeli arrives to deconstruct the characters and folk in Ben's life. Stars Neil Pearson.
Saturday 14 April 2012