2/5 The tale of a neuroscientist who tries to revive the victim of a dubious experiment.
12/17 Bill and Coker check out of Tynsham Manor and track down the rest of the University group.
2/5 Amid bitter civil war, the detective monk makes headway in his medieval crime hunt.
2/6 The detective tackles a mysterious problem, a strong-room lock with a fatal combination.
2/6 The small-time con acquires equipment to honour George's kidnap plan. Read by William Hope
3/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a topical selection of stand-up, sketches and song.
3/6 Will is no street-fightin' man. Can American rapper 10 Shot turn him into a tough guy?
1/4 Unhappy Jane applies to be a governess at Thornfield Hall and meets Mr Rochester.
By Jojo Moyes. A surprise weekend away after 14 years of marriage.
Sarah collects voices on tape, but her microphone is taking over her life.
3/6 Can Bernard keep his job and his fiancee, while opposing a new bypass? Stars Su Pollard.
2/6 It's Your BBC phone-in, and a surprise for Snow White.
3/5 Brother Cadfael's brave search for a woman leads him to an isolated medieval manor.
3/6 The detective investigates the case of a missing swimmer, and discovers a gruesome crime.
3/6 Back in his childhood, Blaze's first con was to help another pupil. Read by William Hope.
4/6 Major Kovalyov's nose vanishes and reappears in St Petersburg disguised as a councillor.
1/4 It's the works day out for the staff of Blakeley Industrial Museum.
The lad is getting a new car, so Sid makes the most of the opportunity.
2/13 An apocalyptic weather forecaster and oyster walkies.
8/8 With Julian back on the scene, Clare is ecstatic. But her mother Sarah is worried.
3/6 Hack George Cragge's murder trail widens, as the BBC Chairman blunders. From June 1998.
2/4 As she settles in at Thornfield Hall, Jane's feelings grow for charismatic Mr Rochester.
By Elizabeth Buchan. A portrait sparks an epiphany in a young widower.
A gripping account of a 1911 expedition prior to Scott's doomed Antarctic trip.
3/10 The life of the village is beginning to be revealed, and Jane receives an invitation.
25/30 Heather Couper looks at arguments over the laws of physics and the universe's creation.
An elegy to the narrator's Russian home town that was destroyed in the First World War.
Alain de Botton on why pessimism is the key to happiness.
Mel presents a man who has flown on a real magic carpet (he really has!).
'The theatre is a pack of lies' - music and sketches with Richard Stilgoe.
3/5 The creepy raconteur's tale of a couple who find country life is far from peaceful.
13/17 More determined than ever to find his friend Josella, Bill Masen faces a tough decision.
1/4 The thinking idiot's anthropologist reveals what is next in the future of mankind.
1/6 Sergeant McGurk reveals why the English won the Battle of Culloden.
1/6 The comedian goes on a mission to investigate bad customer service.
2/6 Faye fancies a day under her duvet, but perhaps it would be more peaceful at the office?
Thursday 6 June 2013