6/13 Captain Jet decides to investigate the dark side of the moon before the return to Earth.
11/17 Bill and Coker reunite with the original university group, but Josella isn't with them.
1/6 Lord Peter Wimsey goes undercover to probe an advertising copywriter's murder.
6/6 War-scarred Bunny returns to London, determined to restore his friend's reputation.
3/6 The comedian and illusionist meet and discuss magic, comedy, art, faith and Hitler.
4/6 A CIA man spends the day with Team Beagle. But will his past come back to haunt him?
2/4 Lucy Honeychurch has witnessed a murder, but George's actions disturb her more.
The matinee is over, but who is the visitor waiting at the stage door?
2/3 Parson William Holland battles with the Somerset farmers and sees the harvest in.
6/8 Chaos reigns when Mr Sims' class win a trip to the 'Blue Peter' TV studio.
1/6 1932: Edgar heads to Kent in a horse-drawn caravan, and someone is interested.
2/6 Lord Peter Wimsey's undercover probe sees someone get a pasting meant for him.
1/3 On a visit to Lady Windermere, a palmist reveals the dashing Lord's murderous fate.
6/6 Countess Rosalie no longer loves Prince Ludovico. Can Princess Plethora save the day?
1/6 Sandy's quiet life is shattered when his daughter and son-in-law make use of his address.
10/20 The lad battles for a seat in Parliament. Stars Sid James and Kenneth Williams.
1/13 Swinging London cockney-style, and some incredible ears. Sketches and songs.
4/6 Jennifer joins Mark and his mutt's Thames quest, but there's a surprise on their menu.
1/6 The frustrations of a backbench MP. Topical sitcom from Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
3/4 Lucy Honeychurch returns to England much changed after her disturbing trip to Italy.
Addy Syson returns to the 'country of his past'. But what of the girl he left behind?
3/3 Poor parishioners revolt and curious medical problems in the diary of a Somerset parson.
3/10 George Darrow arrives at Givre in his pursuit of Anna, but they are soon quibbling.
188/216 The second Opium War begins with the killing of a French missionary in China.
3/15 Principal Fielding invites East and West to tea, sparking an ill-considered offer.
3/5 Nelson's attention works wonders for Emma's social standing. But what of her husband?
Mel Giedroyc continues kids' classic Matilda, and finds out about the history of hair dye.
3/6 The GP finds a touring Cinderella is more like La Traviata than a pantomime.
7/13 As Morgan's crew are pursued on the moon's dark side, they drift dangerously off course.
12/17 Bill and Coker check out of Tynsham Manor and track down the rest of the University group.
8/10 Fred MacAulay brings you the pick of the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival.
6/6 Will maverick BBC reporter George Cragge unmask the serial killer? From March 1997.
Bridget Christie's second Edinburgh Diary entry.
4/6 Grandad, father and son collide when burglars ransack their Birmingham shop.
1/6 How to talk to an emperor and inventing Saturday night TV shows.
Thursday 16 August 2012