It's good to talk, but not when you're called from beyond the grave. With John Shrapnel.
Formalised radio ritual with Mary Ann Sieghart, Mihir Bose and Tom Mitchelson.
5/8 The suave sleuth acts on wife Steve's hunch - and ends up meeting a ghost.
Joe Dunthorne's England Writers Football Team plays against the Scotland Writers Team.
5/10 Penny Downie reads Elizabeth Harrower's 1971 novel, published for the first time now.
10/12 Marina Warner looks at the world of contemporary storytelling.
10/10 Shardlake awaits his fate. Final episode of the dramatisation of CJ Sansom's crime novel.
5/5 The story of Robert Wyatt, celebrated as a cultish national treasure in the music world
An inept quartet of musicians' fervent aim is to improve.
6/6 Martin Young's famous people quiz. With Francis Wheen, Fred Housego, Geoffrey Durham.
4/7 George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows.
2/6 Defying his canny manservant, radical squire Fenton sets out to reform beetroots.
Trisha makes a special pudding for her first visit to Robert's parents' house.
An unnamed agent is ensnared in a sinister plot to brainwash scientists and trade them.
3/3 Paul Jackson explores the origins and legacies of TV Classics: BBC 1's Casualty
Pete McCarthy examines the work of Roger McGough, Brian Patten and Adrian Henri.
Poets Ian and Andrew McMillan talk father-and-son relationships, aided by archive clips.
1/6 Gyles Brandreth is joined by Anthony Holden, Stella Duffy, Jenny Colgan and Rosie Millard.
1/5 Graham attends Wendy Bottomley's weight loss class. Sitcom about fighting the flab.
2/2 Steve continues to investigate Zoe's murder ten years ago.
Stephen Poliakoff on The Forsyte Saga theme by Eric Coates and Willow by Joan Armatrading.
The Welsh journalist and newspaper editor answers the questions in the interview series.
4/5 A burglary has taken place, and Tina thinks she knows who may have committed the crime.
2/2 The Time Lord and Peri uncover the true, deadly purpose of the sinister resort vessel.
2/4 The chief mouser to the Cabinet Office, 1989-1997, reflects on life with New Labour.
2/4 The incisive reporter on the pros and cons of bank holidays.
6/6 War is now only two days away. Maybe three if it's wet.
Arthur Smith is joined by Shappi Khorsandi.
3/4 A trip round Wunderland, the Poundland of magical realms. Written by Alice Lowe.
3/5 The comedian discovers that Cape Town has some very posh monkeys.