1/5 Discworld comes to radio! Captain Sam Vimes confronts his past in a rather direct manner.
1/6 Edna tries to make sense of a reality without Undone. Are the gaps closed?
4/4 Can the actor-cum-amateur sleuth unmask the murderer who has been poisoning the cast?
1/6 Demobbed officer Hugh Drummond advertises his services to any client offering adventure.
6/6 Anne's off to Cambridge, but Charlotte doesn't know the meaning of the word 'thick'.
3/6 Struggling print journalist Maddox takes a moral stance with disastrous results.
6/6 Claudius works to restore the republic, but his beautiful wife Messalina has other plans.
1/5 Two worlds collide over a mother's birthday present for her son.
Clive Anderson is joined by the actors Niamh Cusack, Jaime Winstone and Tony Hawks.
3/6 Legendary comedy actress June Whitfield joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
5/6 Bachelor Robin's parallel universes spark two Arthur Smiths for the price of one.
1/6 A wedding day mystery for amateur sleuth the Honourable Richard Rollison.
2/6 Tricked into abducting the wrong man, Peterson gives a stern warning to the ex-officer.
3/6 Thynne finds a way to avoid the Devil's vegetables. Civil War comedy from October 1990.
5/6 Lifejacket, camera, action! Stardom beckons for one of the crew of MJN Air.
The Romans hit Britain, but Seagoon, Eccles and Bluebottle are off to Rome's Colosseum.
A forgetful actor and people who use lots of words but say very little. From August 1972.
2/7 Jon Holmes, Ava Vidal, Mitch Benn and Laura Shavin join Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
2/6 Justin Moorhouse, Rob Deering and Tom Allen hit London in Rhod Gilbert's comedy quiz.
1/3 Samuel Dockwrath sets out to prove his suspicions over the inheritance of Orley Farm.
2/5 A night out leaves playwright Kathie contemplating relationships and success.
When time was standardised in the 19th century, not everyone was convinced by the idea.
2/10 Mrs Ross faces a fateful decision in her quest to prove her son is innocent of murder.
160/216 Murder in the House of Commons and a short lived victory for Wellington.
2/10 As the sirens sound for the Second World War, Monica has good reason to be worried.
2/5 The actor reads old letters to wife Prunella Scales.
Mel Giedroyc celebrates Hans Christian Andersen. Today's tale is 'The Ugly Duckling'.
4/6 Fortified by caffeine, nicotine and alcohol, the diplomats tackle the drug barons.
2/5 Stuck in the past, Vimes is known as 'Keel', but he's not the only one with a new name.
2/6 Edna heads to another London and uncovers a city-wide drugs racket.
4/6 The Bletchley Park codebreakers try help raise money for the town's spitfire fund.
1/4 Josie unravels mysteries of the cosmos in her quest to better herself through learning.
1/4 Retired English master Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls his most memorable detentions.
5/6 The sports agent's snooker playing client has developed an unfortunate phobia. From 2007.
Wednesday 20 June 2012