5/5 Derek Jacobi introduces another tale. Why doesn't Doctor Anderson's hotel have a room 13?
5/10 Lenina is horrified by the Savage Reservation, until she meets John.
16/20 Captain Jet Morgan and the Discovery crew ambush the Lunar Controller.
5/5 Captain Hastings and DI Japp are bewildered by Hercule Poirot's antics at Styles Court.
5/5 Will Sid Halley dare to reveal the truth behind the doping and phony racing syndicates?
5/6 The town's media makeover excites the islanders, so can Irene really leave now?
3/6 Which generation is the funniest? With Jon Richardson, Ed Byrne and Johnnie Casson.
5/5 Vengeful Heathcliff has wickedly schemed to force Catherine to marry his ailing son Linton
A new friendship makes 60-something Lena wonder if there's more to life than housework.
Five 11-year-olds are shocked to learn they are too old for their activity centre.
2/6 The grandsons of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson probe the mysterious theft of a necklace.
1/6 Events organiser Rosie plans a viewing for an odious art dealer.
Beatrix Potter is now a farmer, but two visitors make her face a troubled past.
Gyles Brandreth explores the creative connections between five Victorian authors.
Charles Parker's ballad documents the prejudice faced by those who lead the gypsy life.
Including Castle's on the Air, Jimmy's Cricket Team and Bernie Clifton's Comedy Shop.
Rebecca Front introduces listeners to five incredible women with the help of her brother.
The actor and writer opens up about love, self-loathing and contemplating suicide.
Sara Parker meets the judges and medal winners of the Best Student Radio Feature.
3/4 Tim FitzHigham recreates an 18th-century bet, attempting to outrun a racehorse.
2/6 Zaphod's encounter with the Frogstar and the Total Perspective Vortex is finally explained
The Man in Black reveals the fallout for a niece determined to plunder her aunt's trunk.
1/4 Neil Innes ruminates wryly on the nature of civilization.
6/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore exhume a murder case on a luxury liner.
5/6 Can the country singing sensation gain a better understanding of the German capital?
1/3 John Humphrys gives 28 performers 60 seconds each to entertain. With Shappi Khorsandi.
4/6 The family saga of Big Ben, opium dens and men in frocks. Improvised comedy.
Sunday 27 April 2014