Five men with a wicker basket arrive at Tildy's house, but not to do her shopping.
4/8 The Doctor braces himself for a fiery demise, but Solon has his own gruesome plan in mind.
1/5 The detectives get a murder case. Only it's a dog with a past.
6/8 Stern is due to publish the scoop, but doubts set in about the authenticity of the diaries
6/10 Carole Seddon uncovers more sinister goings on in the neighbourhood. Read by Joanna Tope.
4/4 Alex Horne and his band try interactive cookery, and Kevin Eldon joins them for a song.
3/6 Everyone is looking forward to Hillfield's big ceremony, but in which synagogue?
1/4 Rodney Savage meets the Silver Guru and hears disturbing news. With Michael Cochrane.
1/5 Shelley gets to grips with her cleaning job as thoughts turn to her son in Afghanistan.
Clive Anderson is joined by Nicholas Parsons and actors Eve Myles and Iain Glen.
The dear ladies squabble over some superstitious signs. From October 1983.
5/6 Finally adjusting to his parallel life, Robin tries to convince his 'ex-wife' of the truth
2/5 A robbery at a burlesque club leaves the duo looking at cherries in a different light.
7/8 A historian is recruited to study the diaries. He is convinced at first, but soon wonders.
7/10 Carole Seddon and Jude question the death of Rory Turnbull - was it really suicide?
4/6 Edgar and young Robert have been kidnapped, but is it a case of mistaken identity?
5/6 Arthur's night of entertainment in a Spanish bar goes off with a bang.
When Neddie Seagoon is made president of Yakabakoo, he tries to quell a revolution.
13/13 It's Bob and Thelma's big day, and he's on tranquilisers. Adapted from TV. From 1975.
6/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week's news wrapped up in sketches and stand-up.
3/4 The host presents a selection of classic comic songs with special guest Howard Read.
2/4 Rodney Savage encounters the Dewan in strange circumstances. John Masters' family saga.
2/5 When her parents decide to have a party, Kristen comes up with an escape plan.
1/3 The life of Victorian journalist pioneer, feminist and campaigner, Bessie Rayner Parkes.
7/10 Reconciled Jane and Toby are making Christmas plans, when an unexpected visitor arrives.
101/216 When soldiers found themselves without work, crime rose and some became highwaymen.
2/10 Young Mariam goes to stay with her father, who reveals his plans for her future.
2/5 The scale of the author's ambition dawns on him, so he makes allies among the cognoscenti.
Mel chats to Sue Perkins about recreating life in the 1970s.
6/8 The embassy chief must cope when political sickness strikes in the People's Republic.
The aftermath of a disaster in space. Can there be beauty in dying?
5/8 The Time Lord battles to restore Sarah Jane's eyesight. Read by Tom Baker.
6/6 Romance at the fair beckons for Chris and Sir Cliff the tortoise is due for a bionic refit
3/6 The Kiwi band face fan propositions. Improvised by Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement.
3/6 Tony meets wandering corpses and visits a deranged teenage sweetheart.
Wednesday 28 March 2012