Drama series. Faced with conflicting explanations of her husband's past and a startling revelation about his work, Alison finds herself questioning everything she thought she knew. Show more
Julien and Emma must do everything they can to stop another attack. If they can follow the clues and find Will, perhaps they can succeed.
Alan Yentob talks to acclaimed and curiously divided Irish writer Colm Toibin. Loud and affable in person, Toibin writes sombre stories of grief and quiet heartbreak. Show more
A multilingual sound collage from international theatre director Robert Wilson, inspired by the story of the Tower of Babel. Show more
Composer Robin Holloway talks to Tom Service as he celebrates his 70th birthday. Tom also visits Glyndebourne to meet director Fiona Shaw and explores brass band competitions. Show more
Villanelle gets sprung from prison, Carolyn follows a lead to Havana, Konstantin gets to know the new recruit he is training, and Eve finds something she has been looking for in Paris. Show more
Christopher Eccleston stars in Anthony Burgess's adaptation of the great tragedy of Oedipus. A radio debut co-starring Fiona Shaw, Don Warrington and Adjoa Andoh. Show more
Villanelle agrees to a job that will take her back to London. Carolyn’s Moscow contacts come in useful when Eve and the team uncover a potential lead.
Eve tries to patch things up with Niko, and Villanelle receives good news about her upcoming promotion. Show more
Carolyn finds out that information is being withheld by those close to her, and Eve finds a lead which might bring her closer to Villanelle. Show more
Eve finds a clue to Villanelle's whereabouts in the most unlikely of places, Villanelle and Dasha work together on a kill, and the pressure is getting to Konstantin. Show more
Konstantin makes a break for it, while Eve and Villanelle try to work out what the future may hold for them - together or apart.
Having escaped from one bleak situation to another, things are not looking good for Villanelle. Show more
Villanelle makes a surprising amount of progress in her new role as a spy. But does a new breakthrough come with strings attached? Show more
Eve finds herself alone in Villanelle’s flat with nothing but a knife, her handbag and a rising sense of panic. Show more
Sophie Raworth's guests are foreign secretary Liz Truss MP, shadow foreign secretary David Lammy MP and actor Fiona Shaw. Show more
Robin Brooks's dramatisation of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's novel about the Russian army's defeat at the hands of Germany in 1914 as they advanced into East Prussia. Show more
Colette is persuaded to write up her semi-autobiographical tales which, published under her husband's name, become a sensation. Show more