2/5 Davy has settled in well to school life at Bamfylde and his wife Beth is expecting twins. (R)
BBC Radio 4
One morning in September 1957, Philip Larkin receives a very official looking letter.
By Jane Rogers. A charming play about a writer suffering from writer's block.
4/4 Jack asks his nephew to take care of things so that he can get away for a few weeks.
Comedy by Carolyn Scott-Jeffs about a couple who can neither live together nor apart.
1/5 Davy Powlett-Jones, invalided out of the trenches in 1918, faces a new start in life. (R)
Comedy about climate change and how to combat it.
Grace, a champion of atheism, is faced with the decision of son Tom to become a priest.
3/4 The dark tale of the twisted eel seems about to repeat itself.
What happened when Charlotte Bronte headed to Brussels to study at a girls' school.
Comedy by Christine Marshall. Volunteer worker Anne is organising a party for her husband. (R)
By Lizzie Nunnery. Alison was born with hugely limited movement and responses.
How Oxbridge men Bennett, Cook, Miller and Moore changed the face of British comedy.
2/4 Warwick can't help interfering in the kitchen and is driving his son mad as a result.
Comedy by Lavinia Murray. Tarzan attempts to save a garden centre from financial ruin.
By David Pownall, specially written for Paul Scofield. Michelangelo returns to Florence. (R)
By Tom Ray. A week after his wife leaves him, a man discovers an extraordinary secret. (R)
By Christopher Ralling. James Cameron visited Albert Schweitzer in Gabon in 1953.
1/4 By Nick Warburton. Trevor Peacock stars as idiosyncratic chef Warwick Hedges.
By Anne-Marie O'Connor. Four Blackpool residents seek refuge in an empty promenade cafe. (R)
After ten years, Joe clearly remembers everything about Ally, but she recalls nothing.
By Annie McCartney. An Ulster politician's family begin receiving anonymous messages.