2/5 An electricity company official interrogates the museum guard, but is he an alien?
2/10 Trying to rid himself of an ancient book, Andrew MacLeod becomes drawn to a sinister group
2/5 Cavor and Bedford travel to the moon, where they encounter a strange new world.
4/6 Gillian Selby reveals she no longer requires help from the Honourable Richard Rollison.
1/5 The detectives get a murder case. Only it's a dog with a past.
5/7 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
5/8 The Luton poet is in Aldeburgh, and gets some help with limericks from Arnold Brown.
1/3 George finds himself back in harness to the circus when an old colleague is found dead.
7/10 The corporation's first fatality occurs, killed by a piece of drainpipe.
2/3 A hectic social visit to Bath with his family, from the diary of the Somerset parson.
6/6 Destiny calls the Pattersons and Father Benedict's team, but the post-match menu awaits.
3/6 Edgar Finchley gets locked up, wins a prize and hits the wrong note with an army band.
5/6 Amateur sleuth Richard Rollison refuses to be fobbed off, and receives some useful advice.
2/5 A robbery at a burlesque club leaves the duo looking at cherries in a different light.
1/6 Creepy goings-on with the curious tale of one who puts words in other people's mouths.
2/6 Stephen traces his ability to spin a yarn to an incident with his mum and the school fete.
3/20 The lad says women hold men back, so he forms a group to re-establish male superiority.
4/13 Tales of the circus, and Radio Prune's director speaks out. Stars John Cleese.
1/6 The old rogue and Nancy's idyllic return to Winterleaf Gunner proves to be short-lived.
6/6 Tracey Macleod, Andrew Collins, Anthony Wilson and Richard Curtis are the panellists.
2/3 On the trail of the killer, George is reunited with an old colleague.
8/10 Down in the concert hall, a startling event occurs in one of the booths.
Nigel Williams explores the practicalities of different people's daily journeys to work.
Annie Lennox introduces Muriel Gray's show about the 1988 'Free Nelson Mandela' concert.
8/10 Laura learns more about Hargrave's conduct and receives a request from De Courcy.
23/30 Michael Morpurgo traces the making of Britain's Welfare State amid concerns for children.
3/5 A woman remembers a life-changing winter and tries to assuage her sense of complicity.
3/5 The author heads to America to hone his skills, and picks up some bizarre advice.
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Mel gets to the bottom of the nanotechnology that makes your mobile phone work.
1/6 Can Charlotte make it as a model? And why isn't Victoria happier about Emily's pregnancy?
3/5 The museum guard ends up in the Texan desert with a dead comic and a 13th-century friar.
3/10 Andrew MacLeod is taken to Africa, where he's horrified to hear a voice from his past.
3/5 The intrepid explorers encounter intelligent beings on the moon. But are they friendly?
4/6 Simon Mayo hosts a three-way battle to find out which is the funniest comedy generation.
6/6 Will Simon de Vere call time on Irwell Cars? Will Dave choose Milan over Lower Broughton?
5/6 The cult BBC Radio 1 series hits Greenwich University, London.