1/4 Dunning has literary trouble, while Lionheart searches for a mysterious object.
2/3 By Robert Louis Stevenson. A convalescing soldier finds love in a sinister Spanish house.
From Eminem to Elgar - children's campaigner Camila Batmanghelidjh's choices.
A young man takes his beloved Rose to climb a mountain, with alarming consequences.
2/6 The brothers' salon is swamped by kids and some uninvited visitors. From November 1999.
The two Berts, Jim and Joe find themselves on an intriguing quest.
3/5 David Nobbs recalls Peter Cook, David Frost and his part in the Sixties' satire boom.
12/13 Medic Simon Sparrow must cope with both his hangover and a bad case of cold feet.
South American republic Olifa is rich in minerals and ripe for revolution.
Gerda sets out to find her playmate Kay, who has been lured to a faraway ice palace.
2/6 Private eye VI Warshawski's investigation into a girl's death drags her into gangland.
1/5 Sadie and Reggie are walking home from the shops in Mary D'Arcy's tale of revenge.
3/6 Dave tackles the local traffic problem, but will the villagers support him?
2/6 Lloyd Langford, Henning Wehn, Celia Pacquola and Rhod Gilbert join host David Mitchell.
5/16 Saluting a puddings inventor - and Gruntfuttock's after a BBC job. From April 1965.
2/6 The King needs to entertain the peasants - what about a lecture on ecology?
6/6 The panellists are Arthur Smith, Michael Bywater and David Mitchell.
3/6 Patrick rashly agrees to babysit, and Billy actually gets some work.
3/4 Francis Herries pines from unrequited love, and his son prospers. With Gavin Muir.
1/5 A penny whistle and a tramp unleash a transformation within a disillusioned clergyman.
Clive Anderson meets Angus Deayton, Frances Barber and John Lanchester.
1/5 1913: Karen travels to Kenya to start a farm with her new husband. Stars Emma Fielding.
12/30 The importance of music-making at home - and the chances it created for finding a partner.
6/10 Can anyone stop Valentina? Marina Lewycka's wry portrait of a marriage of convenience.
1/5 The author celebrates the highs, lows and hilarities of a life in the acting profession.
Mel Giedroyc starts listening to chapter 1 of 'Dustbin Baby' by Jacqueline Wilson.
4/6 Ex-convict Terry comes a cropper when he tries to stop a mob of vigilantes.
A tough battle as the Ice Warriors head homewards, and someone threatens the Web of Time.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
4/8 An extended edition of The News Quiz, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
3/8 From Troy to Rome, the National Theatre of Brent offers their definitive history of Earth.
Tuesday 15 January 2013