4/5 Dandy spy-hero Lucifer Box must rescue the perfect victim to foil Olympus Mons' plans.
3/6 Lister goes into stasis. Rimmer fails an exam. The rest of the crew have a bad day too.
The castaway choices of the Queen's younger sister who died in 2002.
1/5 Peter France takes you to the alien and dangerous world of Northumbrian wood ants.
1/6 Founding member of The Goon Show Michael Bentine shares stories of his life and career.
4/6 Mark Radcliffe remembers the comedian famed for his catchphrase and comic ventriloquism.
Clerical confusion reigns when Noote's friend asks him to marry her. From July 1972.
Set in the India of the British Raj. His Highness plays one April Fool's joke too many.
1/4 Wartime evacuee Rusty returns to Britain, and meets a mother she doesn't recognise.
4/4 Is it the final curtain for the children of the Blue Doors Theatre Company?
4/6 An arrival and a departure on PC Dixon's night beat. Radio revival of TV's famous copper.
1/4 Tackling a strange London bank robbery, Edgar Wallace's sleuth thinks like a criminal.
4/6 Going for a drive through a time anomaly, Robin, Leslie and Dirk end up in Texas.
3/6 Paul Merton, Sue Perkins, Julian Clary and Greg Proops have to talk for 60 seconds.
All is revealed in 'The Kenneth Horne Story' and producer Jacques Brown gets a surprise.
6/13 The business falters when the horse needs a vet. Adapted from TV. From August 1966.
4/6 The wedding of the decade is almost ruined by 200 tents and an over-excited woodpecker.
1/6 Old-style print journalist Maddox must compete with a new editor - an actual female.
26/26 Henry VIII remarries. Stars Sir John Gielgud.
1/5 A divorced mother prepares for another painful meeting with her estranged children.
Clive Anderson joins Freddie Flintoff, Louis Theroux, Brendan Walker and Alistair McGowan.
1/5 The playwright recounts his career through some amazing stories he never completed.
150/216 Wordsworth waxes lyrical about Revolution in France, while the Royal Navy rebels.
1/5 Scotland Yard's top detective probes a gruesome 1860 country house murder.
1/5 From his final months, Miles Kington's book of humorous letters to his agent.
The history of the motor car, on the anniversary of Henry Ford's first ever automobile.
1/6 Operatic soloist Rosalind Plowright joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
5/6 Elevated to the priesthood of God-King Ra, the captive crew seize a chance to escape.
4/4 As the Selachians' grip tightens on Moon base, the Time Lord reveals his true purpose.
Extended edition of the News Quiz, with Sandi Toksvig, Jeremy Hardy and Rebecca Front.
3/6 The poet laureate of alternative comedy, John Hegley with his book of verse.
Tuesday 5 June 2012