4/6 Captain Vimes tries tracking the dragon, and the Librarian travels in time.
1/3 The alien takeover gathers pace. Sequel to Before the Screaming Begins.
6/6 Investigating the murder of a rambler, Agatha and James go undercover as a married couple.
9/10 False identities are concealed and discovered en route to a climactic duel.
5/6 The argy bargy of Chesbury politics presents a brand new Chestnut and a spot of blackmail.
3/6 Clive Anderson hosts the comedy panel show fancying itself as an intelligent quiz.
1/2 Emma Woodhouse is a woman so blessed by life that she declares she will never marry.
1/3 The tale of a tender moment among the spring flowers for Pacey and her young charge.
6/6 Charles Dickens draws Agnes and Jack into a murky world of prostitution and opium.
3/4 Absconding with £4.6 million cash proves challenging for benefactor Julius Hutch.
2/4 The duo's plan for a model village son et lumiere display goes awry.
1/6 When the village curate is found murdered, the retired PR guru vows to catch his killer.
10/10 Smuggling is on the agenda as Syn and Mipps defy the Revenue Officer, at a terrible price.
2/4 The husband and wife radio presenters humiliate Juliet Stevenson. From January 1999.
The guest panellists are novelist Mark Billingham and journalist Jane Thynne.
HMS Troutbridge attempts an important scientific undersea mission. Stars Leslie Phillips.
8/13 Any doubts about you-know-what are put to rest by the Burkiss collective.
3/8 Sarah, her mother Eleanor and daughter Clare battle with colds - and each other.
3/9 Brian Johnston is joined by Tim Rice, Paul Merton, Willie Rushton and Rachel Heyhoe-Flint.
2/2 A ball, a picnic and a marriage proposal. Two new arrivals threaten Emma's composure.
2/3 A young boy's eccentric relative has a fondness for moorhen eggs, cress and 'neck oil'.
14-year-old Sharmila avoids the grief from her mother's death in Hindu mythology.
5/10 Drama based on letters and diaries. The Queen proposes to her husband of choice.
174/216 Resignations over slavery and Queen Victoria puts her foot down for the first time.
5/5 Lady Lydia reveals the true reason she's selling Longbridge, and Stella has a brainwave.
Mel Giedroyc's last time-travelling tale in the thrilling finale of The Thirteenth Stone.
1/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge and John Sessions
5/6 The dragon strikes. Captain Vimes gets his man, but can he hang onto him?
2/3 The aliens are standing by to invade, but is there an even bigger threat to humanity?
4/6 Satan is cross with Yeats over a poem, while Scumspawn and Thomas write their own verse.
The best of life and laughs. Plus, Arthur Smith chats to stand-up comic Diane Spencer.
5/6 The National Local Radio Station's worldwide update with Mike Flex and Mike Channel.
4/6 The cult BBC Radio 1 series hits Queen's University Belfast. From October 1993.
Saturday 14 July 2012