A selection of programmes celebrating 125 years since the birth of The Queen of Crime.
Belgian sleuth Poirot retires to a village where a treacherous killer is lurking.
Hercule Poirot must try to retrieve a priceless stolen ruby at a festive party.
Why was the genteel Agatha Christie so good at writing murder stories?
The casebook of Agatha Christie's Belgian detective and his little grey cells.
Cliff Michelmore presents an 85th birthday tribute to the Queen of whodunits. From 1975.
Hercule Poirot's train drives into a snow-drift, when a passanger is found murdered
Poirot investigates a young woman's death on Guy Fawkes night.
Excerpts from the crime writer's personal tapes introduced by her grandson
The Belgian detective hunts a ruthless millionaire's killer.
It is 1931 and in a remote house, six people gather round a small table for a seance
Miss Marple suspects a nursery rhyme is the key to a set of gruesome murders.
Rushing to France, Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot finds his client stabbed to death.
Miss Marple senses danger at a friend's manor house school for wayward boys.
The Pasadena Roof Orchestra's take on Agatha Christie's 1926 disappearance.
Can the Belgian sleuth solve the case of a father murdered 16 years previously?
The spinster sleuth visits Chipping Cleghorn just as a strange notice appears in the paper
Alex meets Terry and is coaxed to start a business out in the country.
Agatha Christie mystery about debutante Rosemary, who dies at her birthday party
Legendary June Whitfield talks to Enyd Williams about her 60 years in radio. From 2011.
Miss Jane Marple ponders an outbreak of hate-mail and a trail of death.
Martin Jarvis reads three stories written by Agatha Christie in the 1920s
When a local church-goer is found dead, Miss Marple investigates. June Whitfield stars
Stephen Fry on the mysterious life of the much-loved comedy great Margaret Rutherford.
The sleuth is on holiday. Then he encounters a young woman, a hat and a bullet.