4/5 The ghostly tale of the Goodmans, who unwittingly open a doorway to a turbulent past.
4/5 In war, the more technologically advanced side can still be defeated. John Shrapnel reads.
4/17 Bill is horrified by what he discovers in London, but manages to rescue a girl from danger
5/5 The police ask spinster sleuth Jane Marple to take part in a little experiment.
5/6 When a prize fighter claims his trophy room is impregnable, the thief seizes the challenge
6/8 Clare's latest love affair proves difficult to keep secret from granny Eleanor.
7/9 With Willie Rushton, Denise Coffey, Tim Rice and Bill Tidy. From September 1992.
3/6 The young man goes into battle, while King Philip's remarriage causes tensions.
5/5 Four-year-old Britta and her fearful imagination cause embarrassment for Miss Jenner.
Dramatisation of poet Roger McGough's iconic, magical tale of love in the 1960s.
Roger McGough reveals who Monika really was.
4/6 JB Morton's whimsies as performed by Richard Ingrams, John Sessions and John Wells.
2/6 Frank Skinner tries four new things, including getting a spray tan and eating Jugged Hare.
A rebellious 1950s mental hospital patient confronts the system. Adapted from stage show.
5/6 John Rawling relives the cricketing drama of England v West Indies at Lord's in 1963.
Legendary rock 'n' roll singer Joe Brown chooses some of his favourite songs.
Including Radio Active, Hordes of the Things and Legal, Decent, Honest and Truthful.
3/6 David Jason gets chatty with animals and plants. With Sheila Steafel.
Dramatisation of Agnes Keith's diaries of her experience in a Japanese PoW camp.
4/4 With a royal visit due, McLevy joins Her Majesty's protection squad to find an assassin.
Les Dawson welcomes saucy Cosmo Smallpiece and bashes out a classic piano sing-along.
15/26 Mainwaring gets up steam when the platoon waits for the King at the station.
2/4 Lionheart and Dunning seek the Faraday Murderer. What's the link to ghost hunter Price?
2/2 The ghoulish Vanderhausen seals his deal with Rose's uncle and takes her away.
Pioneering duo Peter Cook and Dudley Moore perform some of their greatest sketches.
2/5 Music, prosaic idiosyncrasy and whimsy from the unique Ivor Cutler.
1/6 Warshawski's aunt Rosa wants help, but they hate each other. Kathleen Turner stars.
1/6 George is dead, but he's got a con job for Blaze, who can still hear him.
1/5 Tommy's casino chain is doing nicely until some new blood muscles in. Peter Marinker reads
Sunday 5 August 2012