An inventor's machine is guaranteed to make everyone happy, except his wife.
2/3 Ichabod Crane sets out to win the heart of Katrina Van Tassel.
13/28 The American funny man welcomes Maria Jette, pianist Denis Evstuhin and singer Andra Suchy
Members of Phyllida Lloyd's all-female Donmar group re-enact the first ever radio drama.
Comic and heartfelt drama about a couple with learning disabilities. Darleen wants a baby.
4/5 On a murder mystery weekend, the charades take a realistic turn.
Queen Flavia writes a fateful letter to her true love Rudolf Rassendyll.
Another beautiful story of everyday life from John Osborne, creator of John Peel's Shed.
4/5 Heartbroken Marius throws himself into the revolution - but at what cost?
5/5 Leslie Forbes meets the artists who hung a 'living tapestry' among 15th-century textiles.
4/6 The Victorian comic adventure continues. Pip and Harry travel to a mysterious evil island.
4/13 Seasick ship's doctor Simon Sparrow attempts emergency surgery using cutlery and brandy.
The bumbling civil servants tackle traffic trouble and town planning. From March 1967.
1/4 Can Marcus recover his father's reputation and the lost Eagle of his legion?
1/4 The adventures of an incredible shrinking woman who's always in trouble.
Oscar-winning actress Shirley MacLaine shares her castaway choices with Roy Plomley.
1/5 Peter White describes how going for a walk can offer him an 'aural relief map'.
1/6 Michael Bentine recalls visits to Australia and New York and some outrageous friends.
1/5 The wireless age of Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen. Stuart Maconie on British comedy duos.
Dramatisation of the Poirot novel that made Agatha Christie a household name.
The pick of the week's 4 O'Clock Show, with Mel Giedroyc.
2/6 Mark Radcliffe on the career of one of the most successful comedians of the 1950s and '60s
2/4 As Professor Dunning and Harry Crow search on, a dead music-hall star makes a return.
1/4 By RL Stevenson. A thief's eerie encounter with a stranger forces him to reassess his life
3/6 The magical quest is helped by a tiny gold samurai, who points. Stars Mark Heap.
1/6 The return of the topical sketch show which anyone can write for. With Justin Edwards.
1/4 A special wartime edition of the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
The Comedy Club offers the best comedy around. Arthur Smith catches up with Alex Horne.
Monday 18 February 2013