5/5 Derek Jacobi introduces another tale. Why doesn't Doctor Anderson's hotel have a room 13?
5/5 The story from which Clarke developed the film '2001: A Space Odyssey' with Kubrick.
5/17 Josella is devastated when she returns to her home with Bill. Cult novel read by Roger May
1/6 When crime author Harriet Vane finds a body, Lord Peter Wimsey investigates.
6/6 The gentleman thief plans the theft of a valuable pearl, but will he live to regret it?
1/6 Caring social worker Clare Barker is now Acting Team Leader at the Family Centre.
4/6 Cigarettes or no smoking? Ken is in a dilemma over two ad campaigns.
4/6 The warrior becomes King of Macedonia and sets out to conquer the world.
1/3 By Hugo Kelly. A single woman gets away for a weekend. Read by Katherine Parkinson.
Clive Anderson is joined by folk singer Peggy Seeger and actor and writer Robert Llewellyn
4/6 Despite a successful comeback tour, Tommy and Sheila aren't in the money.
6/6 Have Daniel and Lucy finally had enough of dealing with other people's problems?
2/6 Murder or suicide? Lord Peter Wimsey must trace a vital clue - a battered old razor.
1/6 Facing life without his partner-in-crime, Bunny's newspaper sparks a surprise.
4/4 Miss Black throws a fancy dinner for Radio 3's Sean Rafferty, and cleaner Sally is on hand
4/6 The Easter family travel to Middlesbrough to help Harvey's miserable, racist mum Lou.
When HMS Boxer is stolen, you just know someone's going to fall in the water.
Les Dawson presents his own versions of Dallas and Columbo, plus more piano bashing.
2/6 The comedy actress and her Thick of It co-star meet in the tag-team talk show.
3/6 The bungling surveillance team is on a job so secret even the boss doesn't know about it.
5/6 The conquering king pursues Darius, King of Persia, and falls in love.
2/3 By Colin Carberry. A young couple begin to realise they have fallen in love.
A TV crew susses out old man Jack, who claims that he knew the Pied Piper of Hamlin.
12/15 Bernard is demobbed, but an indiscretion leads him to fear for his life.
Harry, Kirsty, Fallon and Jazzer stay overnight at an old friend's place.
2/5 An initially suspicious Marilyn relents when Colin says 'I'm on your side, Miss Monroe'.
7/8 The film star's memoir, remembering trying to get into RADA and a brutal rugby match.
Barbara Windsor is this week's birthday celebrity.
5/8 It's decision time for Miss Lewis and student Adam's home life causes concern.
1/13 Set to be the first men on the moon, Jet Morgan and his crew blast off.
6/17 Avoiding the deadly plants and the blinded population, Bill gets to know Josella better.
2/10 Fred MacAulay brings you the pick of the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival.
5/6 Wartime heroines, and Oliver with a twist. All-women sketch show with Lynda Bellingham.
Luke Benson's first Edinburgh Diary entry.
4/8 It's Fabric Night! Dan Gaster, Will Ing and Ben Silburn's sketch bonanza.
6/6 Decadent Auderon's unsavoury habits threaten family ruin.
Wednesday 8 August 2012