2/4 The travellers hit 19th-century Austria, with Freud set to reveal his views on telepathy.
2/4 By Eudora Welty. Watery parallels with Greek myths, as life becomes too much for a woman.
28/32 From Virginia, the funny man welcomes The Wailin' Jennys and humourist Roy Blount Jr.
Family Liaison Officer Jackie Hartwell continues her criminal investigations.
3/5 The detective duo's suspicions are aroused when a student asks them to find a wallet.
Lord Nelson's passionate affair with vulgar Emma Hamilton sparks family conflict.
4/4 Anthony's 'sensitive' goddaughter Libby comes to stay, and Damien is asked to make a pilot
3/3 In dazzling post-war New York, Anne, Jennifer and Neely move in together.
4/5 Roger Deakin looks at forest birdsong in France and hunts bush plums with Aboriginal women
5/6 Romance is in the air for social services colleagues, but the night ends in drama.
Tommy Handley tries to set up a newspaper with Mrs Mopp as domestic correspondent.
The family worries when Joe is seen calling in at the doctor's surgery.
5/5 Anne goes away to college, but her heart is still in Avonlea.
3/4 Hatty reveals the secret of the clock - but what does it mean? With Una Stubbs.
A chance to hear an extended edition of the actress and comedian's Desert Island Discs.
4/4 Humphrey Lyttelton tells June Knox-Mawer about his creativity and musical inspiration.
4/5 Mr Pooter is rising up the career ladder, but what about his son's engagement?
Hercule Poirot is on hand when a murderer strikes during a game of bridge.
Join Mel for some cake baking, jam making and propping up the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Reece Shearsmith tells the story of comedy sound effects on radio, from the 1930s on.
2/3 By Robert Louis Stevenson. A convalescing soldier finds love in a sinister Spanish house.
3/5 Robert Olmstead listens to local drunk Zadok Allen, who reveals the history of the town.
4/6 Transvestite George confuses Ken when he sees him in a dress.
Andi Osho and her guest chat about life and laughs.
4/6 Phyllis King and Ivor Cutler present offbeat humorous songs, stories and poems.
1/6 The footloose upper-class student finds himself slumming it with Scottish roughnecks.
Monday 30 April 2012