By Ray Bradbury. Marion's pet dog keeps her in touch with the outside world. And beyond.
3/10 The crew members believe they've outwitted the Angels and can wait out the flood.
1/8 A mysterious watch-chain sends Paul and Steve in pursuit of a gang of counterfeiters.
3/4 John sends a letter summoning Sophia to Naples, where she learns a terrible secret.
7/8 Sarah is irritated by her mother Eleanor's opinions on TV and every other subject.
4/4 The Yorkshire builders are warned over a dodgy landlord, and a birth is imminent.
8/10 Back in Cambridge, a scandal threatens the reputation of Lewis Eliot's old college.
3/3 A romanticising couple rehearse possible future scenarios for their life together.
Martyn Wade's comic tale of greed and corruption in Victorian London. With James Grout.
2/6 Victoria frets over Roger, Charlotte misbehaves badly and Anna is stuck in the middle.
2/5 Graham finds himself dating two women, and there's a surprise for the other slimmers.
2/8 When warned not to interfere, our hero becomes even more determined to investigate.
4/4 John's friend Gaskell penetrates the secret of Adrian Temple's malign spell on John.
4/6 As Izzy's love-life grows ever more complicated, she's in for a big surprise. From 1993.
5/6 Comedian Stephen K Amos and guests compile an Idiot's Guide to having your midlife crisis.
Pike and Uncle Arthur tackle a tricky situation with an inflatable dinghy. From 1983.
Plane capers in South America, and Eth is shocked at Ron's criminal record.
3/6 Mr Zizz, the bad cartoonist, is not really capable of murder. Or is he?
3/6 Lucy Porter, Milton Jones, Lloyd Langford and Chris Corcoran in Rhod Gilbert's comedy quiz
9/10 Post-war politics throws up surprises for Lewis Eliot, as a rising star enlists his help.
1/3 A husband on holiday with his wife is tested to the limit by the tantrums of a young boy.
4 Extra Debut. When Luke acquires a valuable sketch, he plans to make a killing.
24/25 Valjean tells Marius about his criminal past, while Thenardier prepares blackmail plans.
2/10 Historian Sir David Cannadine enjoys Winston Churchill's prodigious appetite for food.
4/5 As the Bubonic plague reaches Florence, the scientist faces a backlash for his theories.
4/5 Lemn Sissay meets the drinkers of Amlwch on the island of Anglesey.
With the 500 Words deadline tomorrow judge Malorie Blackman shares her 'Inheritance Books'
1/6 A school inspection is due, but the visitor in the playground is not from Ofsted.
By Rosemary Timperley. Young cellist Janet meets a confused old man. And he seems familiar
4/10 Bran wants the crew to destroy an artefact floating in space. Will they cooperate?
2/6 BBC Radio 4 Extra's topical sketch show which anyone can write for. With Justin Edwards.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs. Jon Holmes has more chat with comedian Zoe Lyons.
1/6 From John Humphrys to Alan Carr, Jon Culshaw explores the private lives of famous folk.
2/4 Marketeer John Weak's got a chocolate bar crisis: How to improve sales - fast?
Friday 22 February 2013