9/10 The starship Challenger's crew act on suspicions in their battle to find Earth.
4/5 By Mary Wilkins Freeman. A New England beauty has a deadly effect on all who care for her.
Our whole 2009 listener-led Chain Gang story, with all its twists and turns.
5/7 Unravelling property rules throws up fresh clues for Lord Peter Wimsey's probe.
4/5 Our hero makes it to Romania, but trouble is in store on the way to Istanbul.
5/6 The argy bargy of Chesbury politics presents a brand new Chestnut and a spot of blackmail.
1/4 A wedding party en route to Exeter is delayed by a car on the track.
Joseph Millson reads Alfred, Lord Tennyson's 1855 dark and lyrical poem Maud.
3/3 By Kirsty Logan. A spoilt princess craves possession of the one thing she can't have.
2/3 In the 1600s, Henrietta has been abducted. In the modern day, Sophie visits the island.
1/6 Stella is planning her retirement, but will her grown-up children survive without her?
6/6 The airing of Roy's video diary is merely the prelude to an apocalyptic finale.
6/7 Smooth sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey's murder trail leads him to a shocking seaside discovery.
5/5 Fuelled by vengeance, the English hero's personal war with the Third Reich comes to an end
6/6 Edward and Tabitha finally face their foe, Colonel Brad.
1/4 Comedian Alex Horne and his five-piece jazz band are joined by guest David O'Doherty.
11/13 The rag and bone men get an irresistible offer.
Barbara and her boyfriend Derek struggle to enjoy some time alone on a river trip.
4/6 The household needs a new steward, and Lady Anne is desperate for a drink.
3/6 The National Theatre of Brent recreates 17th-century India's greatest love story.
A chance meeting at work means an awkward family reunion for a young man and his father.
The arrival of a swan ruffles feathers in a village where pride has been forgotten.
3/3 When Henrietta's fate looks positive, Sophie and Ben's holiday must come to an end.
5/10 Irene emails about her grandchild's early arrival, but Vera is getting impatient.
9/10 Mike Parker looks at cartography in the digital age and asks if the paper map can survive.
10/10 Natalia connects her father's childhood, the tiger's wife and the deathless man.
5/5 Soaking up culture and off to a pub, the American author concludes his journey.
Mel Giedroyc uncovers the secret life of the mysterious British slow worm.
2/4 William pledges to protect his sister from the philandering Lord Byro.
10/10 The crew locate an earth-like planet, but the Angels are not beaten yet.
5/5 By Theophile Gautier. A priest spots a beautiful woman and a battle for his soul commences
5/13 The fifth heat of the 2013 BBC Radio New Comedy Award, hosted by Joe Lycett.
The Comedy Club offers two hours of laughs. Arthur Smith is joined by Johnny Vegas.
David Baddiel, Rob Newman, Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis address east European revolution.
Saturday 5 October 2013