3/3 Abby and Zara wind up in a starless, sandstorm-riven place where their powers don't work.
1/5 Spinster sleuth Jane Marple's stay in London proves more eventful than planned.
1/6 Mixing work with pleasure, the gentleman thief invites Bunny to take a break.
6/6 Brian Gulliver relives his time in a land where selective memory is taken to a new extreme
3/6 Ken faces a dilemma when he wins an award for an ad campaign he hates.
3/4 The prince and his ex-friend Messala try to exact brutal revenge on each other.
1/5 Angela does her homework, as her mother hosts a drinks party for some intellectual friends
Danny Wallace is joined by Olympic medallist Fatima Whitbread and film maker Julien Temple
3/6 Management and publicity problems plague the return of duo Tommy and Sheila.
5/6 Daniel and Lucy hire Nigel the builder to prepare for the new baby.
2/5 Amateur sleuth Miss Marple's old acquaintance is about to receive a nasty shock.
2/6 Bunny joins the gentleman thief for some fun at the expense of a group of amateur sleuths.
3/4 Edith Black's poet lodger is back with his druid lover, and Sally is sorting again.
Paul Sinha - Englishman, Londoner, sports fan - looks at the forthcoming Olympics.
Neddy and Crun attempt to launch Min into space, but she gets stuck up the chimney.
Les Dawson welcomes saucy Cosmo Smallpiece and bashes out a classic piano sing-along.
1/6 The comedy actress and her writing-partner-slash-big-brother meet.
2/6 The bungling surveillance team are out of their depth shadowing a corrupt Russian.
4/4 After the prince's victory in the chariot race, news arrives of his mother and sister.
2/5 A penny is the source of much discord between Emma Bury and Milly Young.
1/2 Tiny Arrietty Clock and her family's cosy life under the floorboards faces new challenges.
7/15 Hortense's landlady Queenie tells of her war job, and her boring husband.
Kate takes steps to direct the future of the marriage, and asks for Phoebe's forgiveness.
2/5 Loveable rogue Uncle Silas gets caught poaching. Read by David Neal.
2/8 The actor remembers King Kong, looking for Robin Hood's grave and the outbreak of war.
Mel Giedroyc introduces the second part of Camp Gold, an athletics-themed story.
4/8 The staff heatedly debate what makes a good read, with Mr Beeston as a reluctant mediator.
1/5 The tale of a curious artefact found in the ruins of a Knights Templar church.
1/5 A Tibetan monastery's new computer sparks fears that the world will end.
1/17 Bill Masen wakes up in hospital to find that the world he knew has changed forever.
4/6 Upstairs Downstairs downgraded, and a toy doll with wrinkles. All-women sketch show.
3/8 A jewel heist - and Veggie Night. Dan Gaster, Will Ing and Ben Silburn's sketch-bonanza.
5/6 Family revenge in the Wild West over dodgy dental work. Improvised comedy.
Wednesday 1 August 2012