3/6 Edna faces her childhood possessions and probes London's Low Quality Expedition.
1/3 By Ray Bradbury. Written 50 years ago, anticipating virtual lives and avatars.
1/3 By Toby Litt. It is 2068 AD, and local application 13/13 has mysteriously vanished.
3/4 DI Cromwell warns the nuns on crime prevention, but gets suspicious of Sister Paula.
2/6 Lord Peter Wimsey probes the mysterious Mr Oliver and a pair of tricky wills.
1/6 Newly in love, Nancy is not too keen on recalling past events with the old rogue Winston.
4/6 Hack George Cragge thinks an unrelated murder may be connected after all. From June 1998.
2/3 Edward's power is prey to his passions, but his queen and ally find a passion of their own
By Freya North. An inheritance by the sea broadens a young woman's horizons.
Why did an Elizabethan star give up the theatre to found a school for orphans?
1/6 The Royal Dingle Company versus the Bard. Theatrical spoof with Patrick Barlow.
5/6 St Petersburg's most high-minded young artist makes a pact with the devil.
4/4 As Mother Helen's nuns face declining numbers, the detective tackles an unsolved murder.
3/6 Probing the general's last movements, Lord Peter Wimsey seeks out his grandson.
4/6 Roy tries to impress Jane with some campaigning local journalism.
4/6 Victoria Coren Mitchell is joined by Julia Hartley-Brewer, Richard Coles and Giles Coren.
7/20 Confusion reigns when Mrs Pike reveals her news of a 'new arrival'. From March 1974.
King Charles II samples Nell Gwynn's oranges, while Pa Glum's got a black eye. From 1958.
1/6 Garden centre owners Pam and Gordon argue over how to grow old.
1/6 The former Labour Party Deputy Leader quizzes a panel about himself. From December 2006.
3/3 Richard II struggles to introduce culture to the war-based English court.
1/3 By Sophie Hannah. Mel makes a new friend and learns about different types of ghosts.
Olivia finds a troll under her mother's kitchen sink. A troll to whom she made a promise.
9/10 Miss Doggett needs to be careful what she is looking for. She might just find it.
1/10 David Thomson explores how cinema has changed him and us. Do we need a map for the dark?
4/10 Hope sees chimp violence, but Eugene refuses to believe her. The past still haunts her.
4/5 Aged 56, it's suddenly all change for Dahl with the arrival of Liccy on the scene.
Afternoon chat with Mel Giedroyc.
7/8 Who'd be a crime reporter? Young Rafat learns the hard way. Starring Karl Howman.
4/6 Edna and Tankerton traverse the Tube to stop someone changing the realities.
2/3 By William Gibson. A tale of virtuality, second lives and online culture.
2/3 By Scarlet Thomas. Algorithms usually solve problems, but not always.
2/6 Ken asks John to write a pop song for a star, but his DIY duties get in the way.
2/6 The Scotsmen are desperate to utilise Mrs Naughtie's hidden talents. Stars Barry Cryer.
Isy Suttie has more from her chat with Josh Widdicombe.
3/6 David Beckham tries to hire a rainbow for a party.
3/6 Boothby Graffoe meets a man with a replacement tongue and a man in a washing machine.
Friday 14 June 2013