An all-knowing computer seems to have an independent life of its own.
Science presenter Professor Brian Cox shares his castaway choices with Kirsty Young.
A tale of relationships and the insecurity that one woman feels when she replaces another.
The actor discusses with Derek Jones his love of the British countryside and its birdlife.
4/4 Mark Radcliffe profiles comedian Harry Worth, a miner in Barnsley before taking the stage.
A rare Australian outing for Archie Andrews and mentor Peter Brough. Recorded in Sydney.
The schooldays of young Guy Bennett could well have a major impact on his adulthood.
5/5 Mowgli leads the attack, but realises he must soon make a decision.
2/4 With his siblings disappeared into the Mound, King Malebron says only Roland can save them
1/5 Hercule Poirot is on holiday when a bullet lands at his feet on the hotel terrace.
1/5 The detective superintendent probes a grisly murder on a railway track.
6/6 Branded a wife-beater in his parallel universe, a joke backfires for bachelor Robin.
1/6 With Paul Merton, Pam Ayres, Kevin Eldon and Graham Norton. Nicholas Parsons hosts.
8/13 Kenneth Horne trails a giant mouse, while Julian and Sandy are feeling telepathic.
1/12 Newly qualified lawyer Roger annoys his girlfriend Sally by defending a wife-beater.
1/6 The showbiz legend decides to get some legal advice, but will he take it or give it?
4/6 Tamsin is infuriated by Josef's lack of commitment, and Nisha is up to something fishy.
2/3 The Major collates lodgers' stories for godson Jemmy, including tales of a heroic dog.
1/5 An abandoned wife sets out to fetch her husband from the watery spirits who lured him away
Emma Freud is joined by Tricky, Richard Bacon, Maria Friedman and Stephen Woolley for chat
6/10 Doctor's wife Emma embarks on a series of affairs to escape provincial life.
19/30 How did the discovery that the universe is expanding impact upon Einstein's theories?
1/5 4 Extra Debut. The Florentine philosopher's tour-de-force, read by Peter Firth.
1/5 Spies in scandal - two people meet at the Chelsea Arts Club Ball.
Mel Giedroyc introduces more brilliant short stories from this year's 500 WORDS contest.
1/4 The Italian priest is confronted by the local communist party, and a gunman.
1/5 Discworld comes to radio! Captain Sam Vimes confronts his past in a rather direct manner.
6/17 Avoiding the deadly plants and the blinded population, Bill gets to know Josella better.
2/6 A Brit blasts off, the French sound-off and the grassroots are brassed-off.
2/6 The team attempt their own radio charity fundraiser.
Tuesday 28 May 2013