The mounting wind proves to be an enemy for one man. Ray Bradbury's atmospheric tale.
2/10 An old friend appears. Sequel to Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
2/5 Paint shop staff start seeing mortality in a row of houses. It has a melancholy effect.
2/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls a fraud case based on some ghostly messages.
2/5 On an evening out, Tom faces a vision of a woman. Is he hallucinating or seeing ghosts?
Last show of the current series of topical comedy with Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
4/4 The host presents a selection of classic comic songs. With special guest Neil Hannon.
3/4 Robin and Jagbir are in disguise, seeking Russian intelligence. With Bill Nighy.
A man swears that no woman shall sleep under his roof again, but how does his lover feel?
As Kenneth and Clare move to a smaller house, they get some unexpected visitors.
7/8 British week in the People's Republic showcases a double-decker bus and clog dancing.
5/6 In London, Robert gets into trouble and the solicitor's clerk receives an unlikely visitor
3/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls a case of extortion at his Oxford college.
3/5 Who is the strange woman that Tom Wallace sees? Why can he sense other people's emotions?
5/6 There's a timeshare shock in the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.
4/4 Maeve Higgins, Tom Allen and Phil Nichol join Stephen to offer a guide to standing tall.
Sid sees the return of petrol rationing as a money spinner, with some help from the lad.
2/6 The small-time crime writer is distracted when his wife loses something precious.
3/6 Dan and Lucy's getaway plans are thwarted by other people's problems. From June 2002.
5/6 Crime writers Robert Barnard and Lindsey Davis investigate murder by skewer.
4/4 Anne anticipates Robin's return, but he's planning ahead. With Bill Nighy.
When her husband's colliery goes on strike, a wife tries to gain a share of his strike pay
Staying at home for 25 years, the strange tale of celebrated Victorian recluse James Lucas
3/5 Charlotte recalls how chocolate led to a French adventure with a stranger.
107/216 The political intrigues of Marlborough and his wife are examined in this episode.
8/10 As the Taliban brings brutal change, the orphanage is set for a new arrival.
3/5 Billy is in trouble at work and home, so he returns to his dreams of London and Ambrosia.
Mel finds out what happens if you send a troupe of clowns into a war zone.
3/4 Fresh out of jail, conman Caleb sparks trouble by posing as a vicar.
A couple take refuge 200 years in the past to escape a bitter war. Stars Neil Barth.
3/10 A deal is struck. Sequel to Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series.
2/7 Perhaps the most famous meal of all time, as it seemed to one who was there.
3/4 If criminals are liars, David Lander asks why the police believe crooked informers.
2/6 The truncated treatment is given to the Richards, Henrys and a few more royals.
6/6 Phil's cheerful optimism proves to be misplaced. Starring Jim Sweeney and Caroline Quentin
3/5 A story of 'the fields of the sky', and one expert whose speciality stuns a whole meeting.
Thursday 5 April 2012