2/3 A flood threatens the townspeople. Have Abby and Zara found a safe haven at last?
5/5 The Belgian sleuth battles to reveal the identity of the desert murderer.
2/2 Recalling a gruesome murder, a dying policeman continues his deathbed confessions.
5/8 Sarah and her mother disagree over house tidiness - until a visitor arrives. From 1986.
5/9 Brian Johnston quizzes Willie Rushton, William Franklyn, Tim Rice and Paul Merton.
2/4 Freed from slavery, the prince encounters his old enemy Messala.
The tragic tale of the sailor who dances and the miller's daughter who waits.
3/3 Musical detective Megan's mystery melody quest comes full circle when she gets a surprise.
3/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams and Patricia Routledge.
4/4 The warring radio duo try an on-air separation. Stars Patrick Barlow and Imelda Staunton.
A comic re-telling of the legendary figure's protracted journey home from the Trojan War.
4/6 Reliving the lead up to Nick Faldo's stunning victory in Augusta at the 1996 US Masters.
'Hello, Possums!' The truly gifted Melbourne megastar opens her heart.
The Sheffield singer's selections include Alison and Maud, and Saturday Night Fry.
Series 3 Omnibus. Martha encourages her patients to sip at the well of self-examination.
3/4 A jewel theft brings an infamous criminal within the detective's grasp. Starring Brian Cox
3/8 Jim Hacker sets an example in his plans for a slimmer Civil Service.
1/6 Dorothy worries over William's wedding and Thomas de Quinine arrives.
1/6 Marcus Brigstocke invites Ian Hislop to try new things, including his first pair of jeans.
1/4 MI-13's Lionheart investigates a series of murders involving electrical appliances.
1/2 A visitor places a young Flemish painter's love for his master's niece in jeopardy.
Josie Long presents 'Trying Is Good', originally performed at 2007's Edinburgh Festival.
4/4 A psychological profiler is called in the hope of finding the serial killer.
Sunday 29 July 2012