By Ray Bradbury. Marion's pet dog keeps her in touch with the outside world. And beyond.
2/3 David Nobbs talks about his comedy career.
1/4 Charles hopes to wed his wartime sweetheart Sophia, but then her grandfather dies suddenly
Sandi Toksvig visits the library where you borrow a person instead of a book.
2/3 The cantankerous columnist reveals his first food memory, Miss Cowie's uneatable porridge.
2/3 Eric Hawkins recalls studying in France and Germany during the 1930s rise of fascism.
2/5 Andrew Eames recalls taking the Orient Express train to Istanbul.
2/5 Iris Murdoch's husband recalls falling in love with the lady on the bicycle in Oxford.
A week of secrets and lies.
2/6 The famed improvisation game with Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, John Sessions and Enn Reitel.
5/6 Woodhouse arrives at the Pomeroys' country house hoping to find a patron.
4/6 The odd duo try some deeply inaccurate online dating. Is it Peter's turn for love?
1/3 Mitch Benn explores his comedy connections to the story of Bob Dylan.
2/4 Charles wants to take Sophia away from her troubled family, as the murder mystery deepens.
Francis Pryor meets Stuart Wilson, who bought the land covering a lost medieval Welsh town
2/4 Midfield maestro Ricky Lenin's new economic policy kicks in at Felchester Rovers.
4/4 Isy Suttie presents three sketch groups performing at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival.
Troutbridge's officers aim to make a fast buck from Lieutenant Bates' latest invention.
3/13 Bill Oddie sings of Nappy Days, plus there's Britain's entry to the Eurovision Pun Contest
3/10 More brain teasers with Chris Maslanka, Anne Bradford and Professor David Singmaster.
6/6 Awaiting news of a new pope, Plethora takes over Monte Guano and Ludovico takes to bed.
Canadian troops celebrate their Dominion Day, and a long-awaited reunion is planned.
3/6 Dorothy L Sayers and Agatha Christie contribute to the 1930s whodunit.
Shot on stage, a dying magician passes secrets of his act to his daughter.
3/3 Everything from poetic sauce bottle labels to seasoned bumblebees and za-zas.
3/3 Professor Eric Hawkins recalls how being a wartime soldier influenced his future ethos.
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3/5 Retracing the crime writer's journey, Andrew Eames stops off for a steam bath in Damascus.
3/5 Iris Murdoch's husband reflects on married life and recalls their wedding day in 1956.
By Rosemary Timperley. Young cellist Janet meets a confused old man. And he seems familiar
3/3 David Nobbs talks about his comedy career.
5/6 Peter asks rock singer Alex to help wary Will live on the edge. But Will surprises Alex.
Jon Holmes is joined by Terry Alderton.
3/6 Comedian Elis James compares figures in Welsh history to determine Wales' ultimate heroes.
3/6 With everything German under suspicion, the codebreakers tackle censoring letters.