3/4 Lionheart and Bright believe they've tracked down the deadly object. But have they?
In a dark Snow White fantasy, the Queen sets out to rescue her stepdaughter.
Sue Lawley meets Helen Bamber of the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture
A cuckolded husband intends to murder his rival. What could go wrong with his plan?
4/6 A secret tonic formula is stolen from the brothers' hair salon.
When over-worked Alan takes on more work, it leads to disaster and Usha is not pleased.
5/5 From Perrin and Pratt to 'Going Gently', writer David Nobbs reads from his autobiography.
1/13 Freshly qualified doctors Sparrow, Evans and Benskin's medical mishaps go on and on.
A medieval village discovers the price of resistance when a debt is collected.
The tale of a car saved from the scrapyard, that takes a family on a magical adventure.
6/8 The private investigator gets closer to revealing the identity of the mysterious Jonathan.
1/10 Did amateur sleuth Albert Campion attack a police officer? Roger Allam reads.
1/10 The newly promoted Bombay policeman is sent to probe the suicide of a British memsahib.
5/6 Dave and Cathy face a hectic weekend of visitors to their cottage.
4/6 With Tony Hawks, Ed Byrne, Lucy Porter and Charlie Higson. David Mitchell hosts.
7/16 Captain Horne tackles a tricky case as 'Edwin Braden Is Missing'. With Kenneth Williams.
5/8 Who is Erasmus? Why is the last King now a Chancellor? It's all to do with Europe.
2/6 Pip and Harry try to rescue Ripely, only to find evil Mister Benevolent got there first.
5/6 The couples need to talk, but is a cosy chat really what's on the agenda? With Jim Sweeney
1/4 Gerald and Rupert are two very different gentlemen, with very different responses to love.
1/5 Emily and Edmund know more about each other than anyone in the world, but have never met.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
6/25 Jean Valjean sets out to rescue Cosette from the clutches of the Thenardiers.
18/30 What 18th-century home life held for spinsters. As many as one in five women never married
6/10 Sophia and Jan's plan to conceal their affair now depends on tulip mania in Amsterdam.
1/5 Michael Palin talks Python, challenging railway journeys and his daughter starting school.
Mel takes a tour of Elvis Presley's home Graceland, plus The War Diaries of Alistair Fury.
6/6 Terry and Sandra face the threat of the community centre being closed.
6/6 On the day of the festival, Saul and the Guardians prepare to fight.
6/8 What will Rick Deckard do with his bounty money from retiring some rogue androids?
By Phillip K Dick. A paranoid scientist's identity crisis. Read by Peter Marinker.
2/4 The young, aspiring politicians take their Party campaign to the internet.
6/8 An extended edition of The News Quiz, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
5/8 From St Francis to Buddhism, the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.
Tuesday 29 January 2013