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.
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.
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?
6/8 An angry visitor, a naughty boy and a girl with a 'problem' make for an uncomfortable day.
3/6 Keen to get in Jane's good books, Roy is delighted when she asks him to help save a tree.
5/5 Detective monk Brother Cadfael discovers outlaws have taken Ives Hugonin prisoner.
5/6 A death piques the detective's curiousity, but is it murder, or something much stranger?
5/6 The small-time con recalls happy times, love lost and when he nearly escaped.
1/6 Edward Wilson gets embroiled in mysterious government machinations.
With guests Sue Limb and Mark Watson. This week's author is Dorothy Parker.
7/13 Taking part in a joint forces exercise, can HMS Troutbridge make it to the landing zone?
From an old colonial to a herd of operatic cows, it's the ultimate one-man show.
5/6 The meddling social worker takes a homeless survey, and Brian arranges a stag night.
4/6 Nigel stutters, Michael proposes, and Zorro seeks the meaning of life in a dessert.
4/4 Jane settles into village life, but still she thinks of Mr Rochester.
By Josephine Cox. A young man assumes he will never find his heart's desire.
A climber reminisces as he escorts a group of honeymooners up Alaska's highest mountain.
5/10 Prudence goes to the whist drive, and Fabian Driver is there. Mr Manifold causes trouble.
27/30 Heather Couper looks at research that shows stars are like controlled nuclear explosions.
The infamous Lizzie Borden, imagined as a four-year-old having an encounter at the circus.
Mel presents the last chapter of Anne Fine's magical A Sudden Glow of Gold.
5/8 Culinary chaos is on the menu when Faith's Aussie friend Esther visits.
5/5 The creepy raconteur tells of something evil stalking stranded soldiers in Afghanistan.
15/17 Bill Masen works hard to make a new home for his new family.
5/6 Mark records a show in Merthyr Tydfil, celebrating the town and its people.
5/6 The Adventure-Bakers make a time-strudel and travel through history.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Arthur Smith is joined by Ardal O'Hanlon.
5/6 Comedy, music and revolution, as the truth guerilla speaks to The People. In a Pub.
Saturday 8 June 2013