4/10 The crew's Astra and Darv are taken to a neighbouring moon for cross-examination.
By Bertram Chandler. Captives must prove rationality. Read by Catherine Cusack.
4/5 In 19th century Ireland, Cecilia rejects the Squire's advances. But can she escape him?
4/4 The Leonides family are still in danger, and can Charles trust Sophia?
1/2 Back from the Crusades, detective monk Brother Cadfael faces treachery.
4/6 Chesbury FC is in dire straits, but Lady Mayoress Graham is determined to save the day.
4/4 Dentist Marty has high hopes for a relationship, and the zoo brings out the animal in Pete
2/2 Scandalous revelations and a missing pig. Can peace and harmony be restored to Blandings?
1/3 By Eleanor Thom. An old woman at the end of her life is cared for by her young nurse.
3/5 Investigating the heir to a fortune, a lawyer is drawn towards a woman haunted by a curse.
4/4 A phone call gives Phonsie the ammunition to deal with Packy McGoldrick.
5/6 Roy decides celibacy is the answer. But can he remain true to his principles?
1/7 Not satisfied with Agatha Dawson's post-mortem, the smooth sleuth investigates.
2/2 Tackling a case of treachery, detective monk Brother Cadfael misses his friend Alard.
5/6 Even Edward's allies find themselves absorbed by AmJap. Orwellian sitcom with Hugh Laurie.
4/4 Tom Wrigglesworth corporate lunacy and asks why we still bother with estate agents.
10/13 Harold's plans for a bathroom upset Albert. Adapted from TV. From September 1966.
An ad in the local paper lands Richard a job as his father's office boy.
3/6 Thynne finds a way to avoid the Devil's vegetables. Civil War comedy from October 1990.
2/6 Desmond Olivier Dingle and the National Theatre of Brent recreate the Renaissance.
As a diplomat, Simon Shaw must reconcile his family with the villagers of Butterdale.
2/3 By Christopher Priest. Replying to an email, Mr Frogle is sure nothing will be the same.
4/5 An English girl, fresh to Salem, faces the malicious accusations of a Puritan family.
10/10 With the baby due, expectant single mother Jane receives unexpected financial help.
4/10 How society is now being analysed online in cartographic mash-ups and crowd-sourced data.
5/10 As Natalia struggles to come to terms with her grandfather's past, the tiger is hunted.
5/5 Vincenzo Peruggia is arrested and the painting is returned. End of story? Not exactly.
We follow the flight patterns of some geese, and hear the story of the pips. BEEEEEEP.
1/4 William and Dorothy settle in their sublime cottage. Sue Limb's Lakeland poets parody.
5/10 The starship closes in on Zelda 5, where Darv and Astra face death as captives.
The sci-fi author's own meaty tale, and Eric Frank Russell's story of scientific creation.
5/5 A dispute between sisters 200 years ago means a gift must be cared for in the present.
4/13 The fourth heat of the 2013 BBC Radio New Comedy Award, hosted by Jo Enright.
Arthur Smith chats to Alexei Sayle.
The double double acts tackle buskers and January sales. With Mark Thomas.
Saturday 28 September 2013