3/4 In the city of the Citadel, novice Brutha stands up to the devious Deacon Vorbus.
4/4 The reason for Mike's involvement with the Nablovski colony is revealed.
5/6 Losing the struggle to keep his job, Simon receives an intriguing offer.
2/8 Trying to clear a man of murder, the sleuth and wife Steve visit him in jail.
2/6 Adventure or caravan? Pam and Gordon argue over how to grow old.
2/6 Rock keyboardist Rick Wakeman quizzes a panel about himself.
2/3 Reardon and Milvain's personal and literary fortunes diverge.
3/3 By Alison Miller. Returning home to Orkney, lonely Jan seeks diversion in a blind date.
2/2 Tiny Arrietty Clock has escaped the ratcatcher, but how will she survive in her new world?
8/8 With summer holidays imminent, it's time for a museum trip. What could possibly go wrong?
5/6 In a rare moment, Miss Callaghan apologises to her ex, lovestruck pupil Roy.
6/6 Simon delves into his HSE background for one final ruse. Starring Geoffrey Palmer.
3/8 With key witness Mary dead, the suave sleuth worries for Steve's safety. Stars Peter Coke.
3/6 Edward Wilson finds his job title changing with alarming alacrity.
With guests Mark Billingham and Natalie Haynes. This week's author is Ian Fleming.
9/13 The navy's oldest sub-lieutenant gets ideas above his station. Stars Leslie Phillips.
From the Metropolitan Police to a dead newsreader, it's the ultimate one man show.
1/6 Daddy's not keen on his new orthopaedic mattress, so he and Maud try a crafty swap.
6/6 As Bugs Bunny makes an untimely appearance, Nigel and Michael go their separate ways.
2/3 Marian and Amy's inheritance changes their lives, but not in the way they imagined.
1/3 A cello and her owner have adventures.
A young magician is left alone in his master's workshop. Updated version of Goethe's tale.
5/20 The appointment of the Chaplain is imminent and there's a surprise encounter in Rome.
7/10 David Thomson looks at the cinema with the thrill of romance and a kiss as big as a house.
10/10 Pondering her past and future, Hope Clearwater takes action after she makes a discovery.
5/5 John looks to the future, revelling in radio's relationship with the internet.
Mel Giedroyc marks midsummer playing the ukulele and going to the Uffington White Horse.
7/8 Bill takes time off to help a friend, but Faith is already working at home.
4/4 Back in Omnia, Deacon Vorbis proclaims himself the One True Prophet. Brutha has concerns.
Jervas Dudley reveals how he came to be incarcerated in an asylum. Read by Ryan McCluskey.
Award-winning comics Howard Read and Josie Long head on a 'road movie for radio'.
1/4 Danny uses the power of music to help humanity - and a dormouse.
ur Smith talks to Benny Boot ahead of his run at the Edinburgh Fringe.
1/4 Featuring an array of comic characters, including a fame-hungry celebrity mother.
1/6 The late-night broodings of a Radio 4 continuity announcer.
1/6 Nat Segnit asks strange men about the jobs they do.
Saturday 22 June 2013