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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
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.
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?
1/6 Scotland's celebrated GP encounters a local hard-nut and vows to get even.
4/6 Plethora plots to get rid of a crowd of peasants while bumping up Monte Guano's coffers.
4/5 Just as one mystery is cleared up, the spinster sleuth becomes involved in another.
4/6 Planning revenge by robbery, the gentleman thief is called on to bat for England.
1/6 A theatre awards ceremony sparks no end of subterfuge for event organiser Rosie.
1/6 Ramesh and his son Alok compete to design a sweetie.
4/8 Jim's big plans to slim down the Civil Service come home to roost.
15/26 Mainwaring gets up steam when the platoon waits for the King at the station.
2/6 William and Mary's wedding bells ring, but there is an unexpected guest.
6/6 Clive Anderson hosts the comedy panel show fancying itself as an intelligent quiz.
2/6 The youngster is a pawn in his parents' war, and is educated by philosopher Aristotle.
4/5 Two women with the same name convalesce in a maternity ward.
Derbyshire bus driver Morris remembers a day out in Scarborough. With Tom Courtenay.
9/15 Jamaican Gilbert Joseph joins Queenie in a trip to the cinema but the seats are segregated
Fallon arranges a romantic trip to Edinburgh to get Harry alone.
4/5 The incorrigible Uncle Silas gets nostalgic over a melodic porker.
4/8 The actor reads from his memoir, from wanting to edit Paris Match to treading the boards.
Mel Giedroyc introduces the fourth part of Camp Gold, an athletics-themed story.
2/6 Under the shadow of the Long Mynd, Megan is out to save Gudrun from a plucking.
3/5 Derek Jacobi introduces the tale of an orphan's haunted dreams of two ghostly figures.
3/5 If a medical space station can cure cardiac conditions, who gets treatment?
3/17 It's well known that Triffids can walk, but Bill wonders what other skills they might have
From 10pm - midnight, Sunday to Friday, the Comedy Club has two hours of comedy.
6/6 Can Pip and Ripely save the nation or will Mr Benevolent get his evil way?
1/4 Saving British heritage - and visiting Birmingham.
2/6 Now living above the shop, Granddad, father and son collide over a history exhibition.
Friday 3 August 2012