8/20 As the Jet and the crew approach Mars, strange noises and dreams affect them.
2/10 Bernard Marx is a misfit in an ideal society, so why is Lenina attracted to him?
2/5 A young orphan is given a home by his elderly cousin. But how hospitable is the old man?
2/10 The sleuth probes the death of an American magnate's wife and an accused governess.
12/15 The Major's trapped the fugitive, but can he find the motive behind his 'sporting stalk'?
6/6 Journalist and author Caitlin Moran interviews her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.
Roy Hudd's comic monologue as the unassuming but irrepressible Bloomer.
A promiscuous mannequin's murder in 1948 Paris stylishly distracts Noel Coward.
2/5 A pot of shimmering eye shadow leads to a magical revelation.
One day a cavalier walks into a supermarket. Is he the real thing? Stars Robert Bathurst.
1/8 Cash is scarce, as the ambassador hopes capitalism and democracy will conquer communism.
4/6 Finchley takes to sea, disturbs an intruder, sees double and visits a house of spirits.
4/10 The sleuth investigates a Peruvian woman accused of sucking her children's blood.
13/15 The Major tries to get his captive to sign a confession, but will he admit his intentions?
3/9 Single dad Bryan needs an employer who will let his son come along.
3/6 Sandy sponsors his son-in-law in a charity marathon, but he proves to be too generous.
13/20 The lad is set to entertain troops in Malta, but he gets duped into a frontline appearance
4/13 The Archers sell up - and Admiral Lord Nelson's diary. From April 1966.
1/6 The footie team's new strip causes controversy. Will they be ready for the new season?
4/6 Labour MP Duncan Stonebridge dreads a visit from his critical Tory father.
Finding $300,000 in a satchel, Noel Coward turns detective in Las Vegas.
3/5 12-year-old Gog struggles with his mother's insistence that he is part giant.
A busy couple want a child, and find a solution in a genetically enhanced daughter.
8/10 Can Irene get to the bottom of the story about her son?
197/216 Disraeli 'the conjuror' is Prime Minister. But not for long. Narrated by Anna Massey.
3/10 The police have made their mind up. Read by Clive Merrison.
3/10 The great warrior battles the evil demon Grendel.
Mel has an outdoor swim, and learns about a school project to preserve a prehistoric fish.
6/6 The GP's attempt at a family reunion leads to some unexpected results.
9/20 Arriving on Mars, Captain Jet Morgan and crew prepare to start explorations.
3/10 Feeling ill at ease, Bernard Marx confides about Lenina to his best friend.
3/5 A man recalls spooky events from 1870 involving his old teacher.
3/6 Pathologist Ruth's fibs over her career and love-life backfire when her mum arrives.
3/6 The mild John Adams is subjected to more physical discomfort.
4/6 A visit to Britain's only sanctuary for balloon animals.
Thursday 6 September 2012