1/5 Tales from the mind of Bram Stoker. Fair hair becomes an unusual tool of marital revenge.
1/5 It's 1945 and the Allies are certain to win the war. Then an unidentified aircraft appears
6/8 What will Rick Deckard do with his bounty money from retiring some rogue androids?
11/13 The Old Bailey hack muses on the case of a teacher accused of seduction.
6/10 Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel targets his key witness Greg Waterson.
6/10 Why did Dawkins' servant threaten the little garden boy if he spoke to the detective?
3/6 The self-centred social worker has dreams of glory, and Irene makes an announcement.
6/6 The rabbis are submerged in baby talk, while Melvin struggles with his conscience.
4/4 The plotting Glozelle encourages the king to accept Peter's challenge for a battle.
9/20 The naturalist recalls his first pet, a fire salamander given to him on his 8th birthday.
1/5 A man's friendship with a penguin helps him come to terms with a friend's death.
Clive Anderson with Lee Mack, Jenny Agutter, Arthur Smith and Laura Gibson.
2/8 Two city gents finally admit they've been sacked and take action. From November 1984.
2/6 Desmond Olivier Dingle and the National Theatre of Brent recreate the Renaissance.
12/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls a case of murder. How did Barney Bateman die?
7/10 DS Dalziel and his murder suspect are both due on stage in the local Mysteries.
7/10 Dawkins' servant's splendid turban - that's the problem. The detective is on track again.
1/3 By Bill Paterson. Two brothers argue over the choice of music for an old friend's funeral.
2/6 Ed finds himself working with his son, Jake, on a piece of 'genuine' factutainment.
Can anyone guess the unusual professions in a special edition of the 1950s TV quiz?
A rival to the Bard of Avon - and buying a teaspoon. Sketch comedy from March 1971.
Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
2/6 The Ministry of Furniture and methodist pirates. Patrick Moore guest stars.
1/5 Anglo-Indian Patrick pursues the daughter of a train driver. With Gary Bond.
2/5 Sixty years ago, Frank's romantic hopes were dashed on a New York quayside.
A traveller passing through a remote village receives a desperate request from a mother.
7/15 Jennifer is keen to marry Tony, and Lyon visits Anne's family home in Lawrenceville.
116/216 Jenkins' Ear sends Britain to war and Admiral Vernon waters down the rum.
7/10 Crew members of the Titanic organise themselves into a rescue party to find survivors.
2/30 Michael Morpurgo wonders if medieval people recognised a phase of 'childhood'.
Mel Giedroyc hears from a painter who gets creative with cattle.
1/6 Teacher Izzy Comyn has a predilection for inappropriate men.
2/5 Two rivals in love make a pact. Will it end in betrayal? Read by Dyfed Thomas.
2/5 Barton and his team head deep behind German lines to track down a terrifying new weapon.
7/8 Rick Deckard gets drawn into a relationship with the beautiful android Rachel Rosen.
3/4 Craig and Martin throw a Come As You Aren't party.
6/6 After the band splits, Jemaine holds auditions in the toilets. From October 2005.
6/6 Tony ends up in South America and Joanna plans an attack on Yorkshire. From June 1997.
Wednesday 18 April 2012