1/5 Mark Gatiss introduces a chilling tale of a helpline volunteer and a very sinister caller.
3/3 Ichabod Crane comes face-to-face with his worst nightmare.
14/28 From Detroit, the American funny man welcomes soul singers Mack Rice and Bettye Lavette.
1/3 War breaks out, and the Cazalet family are parted. The children face new realisations.
5/5 Back from shopping in France, detective Gwen's mother Joan learns of the death of a friend
A family faces the 1860s demise of Sicilian aristocracy. Adaptation stars Stanley Townsend
Comedian-adventurer Tim FitzHigham recreates a bizarre bet originally wagered in 1753.
5/5 Cosette worries over Marius, while Jean Valjean's good deeds pay dividends.
Exploring the linguistic origins and social history of the term and poem Half-Caste.
5/6 Pip and Harry pursue Mister Benevolent to France, where a dark and pungent fate awaits.
5/13 When Simon Sparrow is caught in a compromising position - twice - only Easter can save him
The bumbling civil servants investigate a phantom air force base.
2/4 As Marcus heads north with Esca, clues appear to the missing Eagle's whereabouts.
2/4 The incredible shrinking woman gets in big trouble at a Christmas market.
Oscar-winning actor Jack Lemmon shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley.
2/5 Peter White navigates buildings in his exploration of how blind people experience beauty.
2/6 Michael Bentine entertains with tales about hazards of live TV and working with animals.
2/5 The quintessential straight man and clown double act - cousins Jimmy Jewel and Ben Warriss
An actor's obsession with a bizarre Victorian murder sparks a deadly confrontation.
The pick of the week's 4 O'Clock Show, with Mel Giedroyc.
3/6 Mark Radcliffe profiles a performer who was equally at home in straight or comedy roles.
3/4 Professor Dunning is searching for Lionheart with Harry Crow, but a terrible truth awaits.
2/4 By Eudora Welty. Watery parallels with Greek myths, as life becomes too much for a woman.
4/6 Milford sets out to rescue the Crab Prince. Stars Mark Heap, Nick Frost and Kevin Eldon.
Plus Arthur Smith talks a little more with Mr John Shuttleworth.
2/6 BBC Radio 4 Extra's topical sketch show which anyone can write for. With Justin Edwards.
2/4 Handy hints on body language, in the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
Monday 25 February 2013