4/6 Taken hostage by the aliens, the crew learn more about their mysterious captors.
4/6 Carlo leads the story, as Edna and Tankerton face their biggest challenge yet.
Alan Dein celebrates the centenary of George Ewart Evans and his tales of Suffolk.
1/2 Tudor crime novel set in the last days of Thomas Cromwell, with lawyer detective Shardlake
3/6 Baldi probes the murder of an outspoken, larger-than-life Dublin publisher and bon viveur.
Chaos at Stephanchikovo manor when an ex-sergeant acts as arbiter of morals and taste.
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3/4 Nationalise British music festivals, abolish stamp duty, and reduce the voting age to 16.
3/10 Samuel's year begins badly when he accidentally elbows Elizabeth in the eye.
Tamsin Greig selects tracks by Bizet and Bob Dylan.
5/5 Jeremy Nicholas visits the Roberts family, where three generations are learning the piano.
1/4 Mimi awaits her third marriage to get going. Her ex Joe hates being a Dad once a fortnight
Can Tommy Handley, governor of Tomtopia, get support to stage an important race?
2/13 A dirty wartime romp and the tale of a naughty gnome.
2/5 Featuring The Big Pond, A Story of Bran the Cat, and Toytown: The Extraordinary Affair.
Sue MacGregor reunites the crew of HMS Troutbridge. With Leslie Phillips, June Whitfield.
1/3 Emily goes shopping at five in the morning. Even as June approaches, it is getting darker.
5/32 he American funny man welcomes the Quebe Sisters Band and mezzo-soprano Susan Graham.
Jack Frost is a tough and rude detective and does it all his way. Has he come a cropper?
A journey into space, a trip to Madagascar and the music of Mary Poppins.
The journey home for Christmas leads to major revelations for the Time Lord's companion.
6/6 The bumbling student's aim to emerge spiritually becomes a physical revelation.
Arthur Smith chats to Pete Firman.
1/5 Sketch show from Manchester's Comedy Store with Robin Ince and Helen Moon.
2/6 Jon talks to Jon Downes, who spent his life searching for mythical creatures.