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.
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.
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.
7/8 Who'd be a crime reporter? Young Rafat learns the hard way. Starring Karl Howman.
4/6 Roy tries to impress Jane with some campaigning local journalism.
1/6 Why does a Cambridge master need a plodding Health and Safety executive?
4/6 Lord Peter Wimsey awaits the doctor's verdict, and there's a revelation at a party.
2/6 Sub-Officer Edward Wilson probes a mysterious incident in Cumbria.
With guests John O'Farrell and Jane Thynne. This week's author is William Blake.
8/13 Uncle Ebenezer's booking agency creates havoc for Commander Murray as he courts Heather.
From Russian spies to a tour of BBC sound effects, it's the one man show.
6/6 The bossy social worker sticks her oar in Helen's wedding and Megan's home birth.
5/6 Michael aims to dump his fiancee, Nigel suffers, and Zorro wields some murderous crutches.
Impoverished sisters struggle to choose lives governed either by emotion or intellect.
2/3 By Louise Welsh. Photographing the deserted tower block means going to its 30th floor.
Living in a castle in Austria, lonely Laura is captivated by a beautiful visitor.
10/10 Mr Manifold comes to the rescue. Comedy of rural relationships narrated by Penelope Wilton
2/10 David Thomson explores the power of cinema. What is the special power of music and sound?
5/10 Hope tries to understand the violence of the chimpanzees, and recalls John's behaviour.
5/5 Charting Dahl's final years, and how his extraordinary spell on children has endured.
Afternoon chat with Mel Giedroyc.
6/8 Bill tries to disrupt Liza and Richard's affair, and gets involved with 'Emma Peel'.
5/6 Edna sees a hypnotherapist, as her friends take up the worlds-protecting slack.
3/3 By Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. The towering double act's funny-sinister sci-fi story.
3/3 By Anita Sullivan. A medically trained Companion-series humanoid watches over Eunice.
6/6 Stand-up from the Isle of Portland, Dorset, celebrating what makes the island distinctive.
6/6 Crossword challenges and dinner with the devil. Offbeat songs and sketches.
The best laughs around. Plus Arthur Smith has music from Jonny and the Baptists.
6/6 Last hurrah for the Che Guevara of radio, with contraband comedy, music and Mark E Smith.
Saturday 15 June 2013