3/6 Surely it couldn't hurt to introduce the Oblivions to tennis, could it? Stars David Haig.
3/5 In a railway station waiting room, an old man shares the haunting tale of a past job.
5/8 Mystery for Flora - is her son back from Australia? And can a diary unlock the mystery?
3/5 Determined to entrap a renowned traitor, Ashenden co-opts a dancer.
6/6 Lucy regrets helping to write a book, while Daniel is on an odd night out.
2/13 Amateur musical enthusiasts battle it out in the general knowledge music quiz.
1/3 A rich London merchant's son is banished to his family seat in the north.
3/5 Disobeying rules for a wedding anniversary recipe book sparks unexpected consequences.
With the Palace of Westminster blown up, can an assistant librarian rebuild it?
2/8 When Aunt Agatha sparks uproar, can Bertie Wooster's valet save the day?
2/6 The ruling family of Renaissance Italy's puniest city-state plot to attract pilgrims.
6/8 Wine merchant Tony Beach has to deal with some unwanted visitors to his store.
4/5 The agent unearths a German plot to infiltrate England.
1/5 As Caroline mourns Monty the gerbil, a seance brings some surprises.
3/4 There's a strange noise coming from William's shed.
1/5 The much-loved comedy duo celebrate Britain's 'greatest living writer' - Ernie. From 1976.
1/26 When a landmine sparks martial law, a reporter catches Mainwaring in charge. From 1976.
6/6 After his disastrous children's TV appearance, Robert battles to avoid the press.
4/6 John Lloyd asks Sarah Bakewell, Michael Welland and Simon Evans to add to the collection.
2/3 There's trouble afoot when Francis quarrels with Rashleigh and heads to Glasgow.
4/5 A Cinderella pantomime character wonders if her own Prince Charming is in the audience.
Drama inspired by the true life story of an 18th century forger of the Bard.
14/15 Lyon is back and Anne still has feelings for him, despite being engaged to Kevin.
123/216 Pitt's vision of becoming Prime Minister looks remote and Britain dominates world trade.
4/10 Will the police turn their attentions to student Mike in their investigations?
9/30 How girls' education regressed in the 16th century, with sinful Eve the female archetype.
Mel Giedroyc hears about a man who made a mint from some old Roman coins.
4/6 The world's ended, but Donna, Johnny, Patrick and Abigail still take a bank holiday trip.
4/6 The dangers of tennis for the Oblivions are now clear - but surely Martinis are OK?
4/5 One hot night, a traveller must stay at a sinister gentleman's remote house.
4/6 In Mark Evans's Dickensian spoof, Pip's in debt - but has he found true love at last?
Plus tonight Ed and Ray have more chat with guest Pam Ann.
2/5 Sketch show from Manchester's Comedy Store with Robin Ince and Helen Moon. From July 2002.
5/6 Bottom of Bletchley Park's league, the codebreakers set out to prove themselves.
Friday 27 April 2012