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The Man in Black tells of an ill woman convinced that evil lurks in her bedroom walls.
2/2 Arthur Conan Doyle's indomitable academic investigates Latvian scientist Theodore Nemor.
A chance to hear an extended edition of Jamie Cullum's Desert Island Discs.
2/4 Barry and Garry build the world's first environmentally friendly bar.
7/10 Jolene and Kenton make it to Auckland, in spite of Kenton's passport and Jolene's nerves.
2/5 Weakly John Brodribb's transformation into Victorian stage great Henry Irving.
Kenneth Williams and Ted Ray take on Romeo and Juliet. From May 1974.
The sparky and touching tale of a working-class student and her alcohol-fuelled tutor.
3/4 Passepartout sets off for Japan alone. How will Phileas Fogg and Aouda catch up with him?
3/3 The inmates battle to escape the prison, as Claudia tries to evade her arranged wedding.
5/6 With Wimsey undercover to probe a death at an ad agency, there's news of a fresh killing.
1/15 An anonymous wealthy Englishman goes to Europe to shoot the head of a brutal dictatorship.
2/4 1855 - Primus's latest publishing coup is an explorer, but he seems to have lost his way.
2/8 Paul Merton, Pam Ayres, Charles Collingwood and Miles Jupp join Nicholas Parsons.
Kenneth Horne and a murder for 'Inspector Migraine', plus 'Hornerama' in the countryside.
4/8 Harold regrets taking Albert to the cinema.
3/6 Brian and Nali take baby Thomas out for the day. Helen attends the police liaison meeting
6/6 Angry Ken Handley looks set to quit the ad agency.
2/3 Clinging to her sons, Gertrude is jealous of Paul's success and friendship with Miriam.
Owen's walking stick unlocks the door to an astounding journey beneath the Welsh mountains
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
6/10 Anna is suspicious of diplomat George Darrow, while Sophie has a shock for Owen.
190/216 Revisions to the 1832 Reform Laws indicate wider political changes taking place.
6/15 Dr Aziz organises a trip to the Marabar Caves but not everyone manages to catch the train.
1/5 The actress reads the story of her and John Thaw's individual beginnings.
Mel Giedroyc takes a tour of a graveyard with horror writer Darren Shan.
6/6 Singers Tommy and Sheila hit stormy waters performing on a cruise ship.
10/13 Stranded in Earth's past, the Voice tries tempting Jet and crew into the city of aliens.
15/17 Bill Masen works hard to make a new home for his new family.
Marek Larwood's third Edinburgh Diary entry.
4/6 Derren Brown gets inside the mind of musical wizard and fellow sceptic Tim Minchin.
2/4 Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of the East End.
Tuesday 21 August 2012