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5/5 Time is running out for spy-hero Lucifer Box. Can he reach Olympus Mons' lair in time?
4/6 The crew gain two new recruits. Namely, a vain feline descendant and a neurotic mechanoid.
The castaway choices of the Queen's cousin.
2/5 It's springtime and the Northumbrian wood ants are hungry, but the tree fellers are coming
The places described by Charles Dickens, explored by the people who live in them today.
5/6 Mark Radcliffe reveals how Ken Dodd became one of the greatest comic acts of our time.
A clerical outing to a dwindling community parish causes chaos.
Twelve-year-old Matthew has an imaginary friend, or is she an alien life force?
2/4 The battle begins for Rusty, moving to Guildford to face her acid-tongued grandmother.
1/3 1890s Ruritania sees the heroic Rudolf Rassendyll swap places with the soon-to-be King.
3/4 Twelfth Night opens to rapturous reviews. Could the sleuth be the poisoner's next victim?
2/6 Craving publicity, clairvoyant Myra Savage and her husband have kidnapped a girl.
2/5 By Saki. Young Conradin worships a fierce polecat ferret which answers his prayers.
3/6 With Robin's universes collided, the King's ex-lover drops in. With Julian Clary.
4/6 Jenny Eclair, Tony Hawks, Richard Herring and Paul Sinha try the popular comedy panel show
Swiss Family Horne copes with life on a desert island.
7/13 Harold quits for a new career as a TV repair man. Adapted from TV. From August 1966.
5/6 With the Olympics coming to Woodstock, Sir William is on a go-slow and Henry hunts dragons
2/6 Maddox's customary journalistic integrity is challenged by an overnight stay in prison.
1/6 Young Claudius grows up in a turbulent household. The Roman dynasty's scandalous history.
1/5 A chance meeting in Paris revives powerful memories of an act of folly on an Irish beach.
Clive Anderson is joined by Lemn Sissay, Lenora Crichlow and Tony Parsons.
1/5 Children's writer and wolf enthusiast Eleanor Fane-Gore reveals her true pedigree.
155/216 Peace falters, war with France resumes and the Battle of Trafalgar looms.
As Robert prepares for college, he's disconcerted by the predicament of brown bear cubs.
1/5 The reflections of an ordinary housewife from Barrow-in-Furness in August 1945.
Mel Giedroyc finds out what cowboys ate on the trail and how the Indians traded food.
2/6 Actor-singer-composer Anthony Newley joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
1/5 When 82-year-old Ellie revisits her old workplace, she is in turn visited by the past.
By Phillip K Dick. A paranoid scientist's identity crisis. Read by Peter Marinker.
1/5 Millions of years from now, a small tribe battles to stay alive in Earth's dense jungle.
1/7 Jon Holmes, John Finnemore, Mitch Benn and Pippa Evans join Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
1/5 Three women neighbours are set to discover the delights of parenthood. Stars Keith Allen.
Tuesday 12 June 2012