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.
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.
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.
4/8 The staff heatedly debate what makes a good read, with Mr Beeston as a reluctant mediator.
3/4 Edith Black's poet lodger is back with his druid lover, and Sally is sorting again.
3/5 The sleuth's morning paper brings some very alarming news - and a police investigation.
3/6 The cricket-loving gentleman thief sets out to settle old scores at his school reunion.
4/6 Plethora plots to get rid of a crowd of peasants while bumping up Monte Guano's coffers.
5/6 Rhona Cameron revisits her teenage days growing up in small town Scotland.
8/20 The lad accepts a bet when challenged to copy Phileas Fogg's trip, but in far less time.
8/9 Dr Y's time machine and a crazy audience sing-along.
2/6 Mark and his manic mutt are rowing up the Thames, but will Jennifer ever come on board?
3/4 The intrepid Yorkshire builders take on work experience Tina, but how will the lass do?
1/6 The story of Alexander the Great starts with royal friction after his birth.
3/5 A flood causes catastrophe for river-loving William and his young daughter Frankie.
2/2 Tiny Arrietty Clock has escaped the ratcatcher, but how will she survive in her new world?
8/15 Gilbert reveals how Jamaican fighters face racism from Americans and the British.
182/216 The Crimean War, and the ill-fated cavalry action.
3/5 Mischievous Uncle Silas recalls an amorous brush with a buxom publican's wife.
3/8 Peter O'Toole's recollections of Yorkshire ruins and breaking Tutankhamun's Spoon.
Mel Giedroyc hears how to paint a portrait with dolly mixtures.
1/6 Scotland's celebrated GP encounters a local hard-nut and vows to get even.
2/5 The classic ghost story of Doctor Rant and the strange goings-on in the library.
2/5 A priest's faith is severely tested during an expedition on a burnt planet.
2/17 Bill Masen remembers how the Triffids first came to England, and how they got so prevalent
From 10pm - midnight, Sunday to Friday, the Comedy Club has two hours of comedy.
4/6 Maverick George probes a poisoning and more events in Downing Street. From February 1997.
7/8 Mutiny on the Bunty, and a BBC announcer gets the pips. Zesty sketch show with Barry Cryer
5/6 Compromises needed to pay the phone bill see Judith selling more than kitchen units.
Thursday 2 August 2012