3/5 Who is the strange woman that Tom sees? Why can he sense other people's emotions?
3/5 Professor Jeffrey Richards examines the appeal of Agatha Christie's spinster detective.
5/6 The bruised Roman woos his girlfriend, who also turns detective.
3/5 Tensions start to grow on the holiday island as a murder investigation gets underway.
3/5 A thought-provoking, generous celebration of life’s dark seasons and fallow times
3/5 O'Connor and his cat settle down together swimmingly but bee trouble beckons.
Frank Gardner joins a military winter exercise where all the participants are disabled
1/2 Sherlock Holmes probes the curse of a 'hellhound' stalking a noble family on Dartmoor.
4/6 James Walton chairs the literary quiz, discussing horror master Stephen King.
5/6 A TV stars reaps what she's sown, when Rosie helps launch a new garden centre.
2/4 Alexei Sayle considers the causes and fallout of the 2008 financial crash.
3/4 Comedian Ellie Taylor takes a swipe at the news and why it might be good to cancel it.
6/6 The Roman detective realises the lengths that a lover will go to for revenge.
4/5 With the island's murder tally now standing at two, the spinster sleuth needs an ally.
3/4 Alice's mum has a new boyfriend, and Bob doesn't like him.
4/4 Comedy set in a Scots-Asian corner shop. Written by Sanjeev Kohli and Donald Mcleary.
Civil servant Lamb is inconvenienced over collecting takings from the public loos.
7/8 Sarah tries keeping her affair secret, but her mother Eleanor can sniff out deceit.
1/6 Crime writers Lady Antonia Fraser and Anthony Price probe the death of a top jockey.
2/6 Colours nailed to the mast, Robert Wilson gets his party politicals in a pickle.
2/2 Watson is pursuing the 'hellhound'. But who is the mystery figure he spots on the moor?
Gary Barlow, musician and Take That front man, is interviewed by Lauren Laverne
4/6 Where did the Moon come from?
4/5 A thought-provoking, generous celebration of life’s dark seasons and fallow times
4/5 O'Connor is asked to look after a horse in the summer, bringing new adventures.
David Goldblatt discovers how one snowless Yorkshire city turned out Olympic skiers
4/5 When a vivid premonition comes true Tom, seeks expert advice.
Helen Arney, scientist and geek songstress, nominates pioneer physicist Hertha Ayrton.
3/6 Brian has stories to tell, including his trip to a land where marriage is outlawed.
3/4 More radio ridicule from Jon Holmes, including Thought for the Day... for Satanists.
1/6 Surreal zookeepers Howard and Vince try to catch an animal thief.