3/4 A wife is on the warpath and after the three witches' blood.
3/3 As the aliens' plans are revealed, the World Council takes action. With Patrick Troughton.
5/6 The alarmed sleuth discovers her hairdresser and his clients are harbouring a dark secret.
4/6 Hunting a missing client, lawyer George Grant discovers new sources of oil in Arabia.
6/6 Star Trek fever erupts as a German delegation tours the cultural delights of Chesbury.
4/6 Clive Anderson hosts the comedy panel show fancying itself as an intelligent quiz.
1/4 In 19th century Russia, a bored high society wife embarks on a love affair.
1/3 A cello and her owner have adventures.
3/4 Paris revolutionaries make a fatal stand. Based on Toulouse-Lautrec's characters.
4/4 Home at last, how will Julius Hutch come to terms with the bank that made him rich?
3/4 Away from their model village, the duo tackle a civil war recreation.
6/6 Agatha must identify the poisoner, but James won't help. Does he really no longer care?
5/6 Out in Arabia, George Grant learns that missing David Whittaker may be alive.
3/4 The warring radio spouses welcome Mike Smith and Sarah Greene. From January 1999.
6/6 With journalist and critic Alex Clark and novelist and comedy writer John O'Farrell.
When the crew sets off to pick up a MI5 man in the Med, Phillips takes a wrong turning.
9/13 Can Moses Minor lead the boys of Greyfriars away from the clutches of their oppressors?
4/8 Poorly Sarah is in hospital and must cope with visits from her mother and daughter.
4/9 Tim Rice, Christopher Martin-Jenkins, Willie Rushton and Leslie Thomas are the guests.
2/4 Anna's affair with young officer Vronsky has begun but her husband will not acknowledge it
2/3 A young boy's dare brings a dreadful discovery.
4/4 The socialist club owner questions his success. Based on Toulouse-Lautrec's characters.
10/10 Victoria mourns for her mother while Albert is tormented by Bertie.
177/216 How the price of a loaf of bread led to crisis in Westminster.
5/5 A horse and child cause chaos and the train crash survivors demand release.
Mel meets a highwire walker, a parachute jumper and some cashmere-shopping Americans.
2/6 Performed by Richard Ingrams, Patricia Routledge, John Sessions and John Wells. From 1991.
4/4 Lancre's new ruler teeters on the edge of madness, and the three witches set to work.
Kate and Patrick face terror from the sinister past of their newly renovated house.
5/6 Satan has never been to sleep, so Thomas and the Professor try to give him forty winks.
6/6 The listeners' votes are in, so the National Local Radio Station tells you the winners!
Arthur Smith chats to Richard Herring about his Edinburgh show.
5/6 The cult BBC Radio 1 series hits Greenwich University, London.
Saturday 21 July 2012