3/5 Commander Sam Vimes is stuck in the past, literally. Unfortunately so is an old arch enemy
3/6 Edna interrogates the Prince and takes on the public information porn industry.
2/6 The Honourable Richard Rollison faces more mystery trailing Guy Lessing's first wife.
3/6 In his ongoing battle with the evil Peterson, our hero has to grapple with a gorilla.
2/6 Robert aims to give a eulogy for his dad at Father Benedict's Golden Oldies Night.
10/13 Ned Sherrin's music quiz with Andrew Beardsell, Graham Bennett and Brian Clements.
2/3 Sir Peregrine plans to marry Lady Mason, and Dockwrath tries to prove her guilt.
3/5 A chance encounter on a train leads a lonely woman to a romantic fantasy.
Passengers on a train uncover the story that linked their families 150 years ago.
2/7 Forced into a meeting at the cottage, Bertie Wooster gets a warning. With Richard Briers.
4/6 Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell visits some of the more sinister members of his flock.
3/6 Richard gets a shock when breaking into the Major's flat. Stars Terence Alexander.
4/6 Britain is in peril and Potts is in danger. Our hero follows his enemy to Paris.
4/5 When barrister John Fuller-Carp's ambitions take a downward turn, he takes extreme action.
3/6 Yorkshire poet Geoff Allerton and his amateur journalist pal Duncan are at the Mallard.
4/6 Baby talk and hairy bath-time antics from the much-loved comic duo.
9/26 Jones's van runs out of petrol, so the platoon must shelter in a spooky house.
2/6 A hurricane of change in Chesbury, with Labour back in power on a wafer-thin majority.
6/6 Having nursed Peter through retirement blues, Sam is wary at the chance of a new job.
3/3 A disgraced Lady Mason faces trial, but will her son Lucius support her or lose his home?
4/5 Kenneth reaches a new understanding on his honeymoon in foreign parts.
1/2 Gladys Mitchell's amateur sleuth Mrs Bradley probes alarming village events.
4/10 Mrs Ross sets out on her son's trail with Parker, a trapper with a violent reputation.
162/216 King George IV is on the throne whilst Britain is governed by three determined men.
4/10 The cousins' relationships blossom in London, but the war starts to take its toll.
4/5 Timothy West relates being asked to perform before the Pope and an audience of thousands.
Mel Giedroyc celebrates the genius of master storyteller Hans Christian Andersen.
6/6 Bernard strides manfully to the cricket crease, but can he save the day?
4/5 Commander Vimes faces the unstoppable tide of history as it rolls nearer, aided by Carcer.
4/6 Carlo leads the story, as Edna and Tankerton face their biggest challenge yet.
6/6 Britain's got bad manners - should we bring back hanging? Gary Bellamy takes the calls.
Tim Key chats to Simon Bird and Johnny Sweet.
5/6 Samuel and company hit London, where McGurk has a family get-together.
1/4 A birthday binge sparks brotherly trouble for loser Luke Walsall, and he gets clamped.
1/4 Comedian Luke Roberts tries to solve the big arguments using light entertainment.
Friday 22 June 2012