The Doctor and his companion visit a prison planet themed on the works of Edgar Allan Poe.
The founder of the Leeds International Piano competition shares her castaway choices.
3/3 Arne has had a breakdown, but will he and his wife Elsa find peace on a remote island?
Tommy Handley tours around Broadcasting House trying to liven up some old favourites.
4/13 Hear those classic movie spoofs 2002: A Space Oddity and Crackerjackanory.
3/4 Why won't Lucy's father take her to his own exhibition?
Strangers who meet at a remote Yorkshire inn discover they are inter-dependent.
4/5 Featuring The Big Pond, In Memory of Romany and Toytown: Golf - Toytown Rule.
6/8 Arriving to collect vital information from Countess Dekker, the detective gets a shock.
1/4 Douglas Adams began his futuristic look by demystifying access to music on the internet.
4/6 Friendship in its many forms and an everyday problem for Miriam Stoops.
5/8 900th edition of the show, with Paul Merton, Holly Walsh, Sheila Hancock and Russell Kane.
2/5 The showbiz veteran relates a startling tale of a wife addicted to shock.
5/16 Captain Povey is auditing the unit accounts, so excess cash is secretly spent on Heather.
6/6 Johnny Vaughan, Alan Davies, Roisin Conaty and Arthur Smith devise the panel show's rounds
2/4 At Annabelle's mum's 60th birthday party, Will faces his straight talking father-in-law.
A close family is brought to its knees by one momentary indiscretion.
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5/5 The commander discovers a door in the ground. What is on the other side?
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Mary takes a trip to Launceston with Jem, but it ends unexpectedly.
6/10 Tom Mangold learns that pursuing truth was not a priority when the story was first told.
1/5 A severe frost brings London to a standstill and the streets are given over to football.
1/5 Growing up gay and dyslexic led Andrew Solomon to reflect on the 'outsider' child.
Mel roars with the tigers of India and hears from author and illustrator Judith Kerr.
3/6 The singing duo wonder why their agent is being uncharacteristically nice.
Orlando and Michael discuss Elizabeth Bishop, Vladimir Nabokov and Henry James.
1/6 Steve Punt presents a comic take on the week's news.
3/6 When warding off dark lords, salad is acceptable. Cerebral sketch show with Neil Edmond.