3/5 The creepy raconteur's tale of a couple who find country life is far from peaceful.
13/17 More determined than ever to find his friend Josella, Bill Masen faces a tough decision.
3/5 Brother Cadfael's brave search for a woman leads him to an isolated medieval manor.
3/6 The detective investigates the case of a missing swimmer, and discovers a gruesome crime.
3/6 Back in his childhood, Blaze's first con was to help another pupil. Read by William Hope.
8/8 With Julian back on the scene, Clare is ecstatic. But her mother Sarah is worried.
3/6 Hack George Cragge's murder trail widens, as the BBC Chairman blunders. From June 1998.
2/4 As she settles in at Thornfield Hall, Jane's feelings grow for charismatic Mr Rochester.
By Elizabeth Buchan. A portrait sparks an epiphany in a young widower.
A gripping account of a 1911 expedition prior to Scott's doomed Antarctic trip.
'The theatre is a pack of lies' - music and sketches with Richard Stilgoe.
4/6 Major Kovalyov's nose vanishes and reappears in St Petersburg disguised as a councillor.
4/5 Brother Cadfael searches for his companions, who are missing in a blizzard.
4/6 A young man is accused of murder, but the crime scene compels the detective to look deeper
4/6 Baby Joe is crying. Can his kidnapper make the little child smile? Read by William Hope.
3/6 Keen to get in Jane's good books, Roy is delighted when she asks him to help save a tree.
3/6 Victoria Coren Mitchell is joined by Mark Steel, Bridget Christie and Matthew Norman.
6/20 Private Walker's van plan to get petrol coupons backfires.
Eth wants a busier social life, while Jim and Bentley go to the ballet.
6/6 As winter arrives on the rural railway, station master David gets an exciting job offer.
6/6 With Lucy Moore, Charles Collingwood, Anthony Holden and Simon Fanshawe. From 2004.
3/4 The wedding plans of Mr Rochester spark bewilderment for governess Jane.
By Maeve Binchy. 'My mother always told me life is a matter of luck'.
Clare still feels the loss of her husband. Is a handsome decorator the answer?
4/10 Jane and Prudence visit each other and meet some interesting people.
26/30 Heather Couper looks at William Herschel's discovery of infrared radiation 200 years ago.
From Joseph Roth's famous novel about musical aspirations going comically off course.
Will Self reflects on the effect of digital technology on his perception of time.
Mel continues Anne Fine's magical A Sudden Glow of Gold and flies 'panto-style'.
6/8 An angry visitor, a naughty boy and a girl with a 'problem' make for an uncomfortable day.
4/5 The tale of the terrifying impact of a medical trial for hypnosis. With Mark Gatiss.
14/17 As his hunt for Josella continues, Bill Masen also tries to help the orphaned Susan.
1/6 John locates a fancy new toaster on the internet, but will he be outbid?
1/6 The Scotsmen dig a suspicious hole for a coffin-shaped wardrobe.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Jon Holmes has more from Watson & Oliver.
4/6 Alan Titchmarsh reveals a dark side when his career is at risk.
2/6 Boothby Graffoe stays the night in a haunted Scottish castle.
Friday 7 June 2013