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20/20 Captain Jet Morgan and his crew try to outrun the Martian Spheres in their bid to escape.
4/8 Mau learns how to build a nation. Read by Matt Addis and Charlie Norfolk.
6/6 A stabbing, a fatal fire, blackmail and hush money. Can the sleuth unravel the mystery?
4/4 Schneider invites Callan to dinner on Sunday. Callan has the gun, and he must use it.
3/6 A Second World War tale of derring-do, to dispose of Adolf Hitler at his Bavarian lodge.
3/6 The comedian shares his thoughts on money and shopping. Stand-up and sketches.
4/4 Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.
A retired architect recounts his life with his wife and how he almost lost her.
3/6 Charles Dickens meets Benjamin Disraeli, but what is the young politician's secret?
3/4 Accidental billionaire Julius Hutch tries to invoke ancient laws in defence of his land.
2/6 Take the High Road: Robin is driving to Glasgow, but Wendy lets the train take the strain.
1/6 Intelligence officers Henry Colvil and Alex Soames probe a priest's mysterious death.
1/6 Minor crook Arthur spots a likely mark at Athens airport. That's where the trouble starts.
2/6 Irene enlists Bob's help when strange events send the tiny Scottish island into disarray.
4/6 Marcus Brigstocke invites Eve Pollard to try new experiences.
The crew of HMS Troutbridge is sent to pursue some marine miscreants.
5/15 With Jo Kendall, Nigel Rees, Fred Harris and Chris Emmett.
5/6 Nick gets a job with a dominatrix, and Ronnie buys an extraordinary number of sinks.
5/6 Gyles Brandreth is joined by Anthony Holden, Stella Duffy, Lynne Truss and Rowan Pelling.
1/2 August 1785: The jilted Marquise de Merteuil begins a game of seduction and revenge.
A tale of Spanish dancing, a boy with stunted growth, and a girder in a pier pavilion.
4/6 Dickens battles to prove a timid doctor is not guilty of murdering his wealthy lover.
10/15 Preacher Dinah visits her cousin Hetty, who languishes under sentence of death in jail.
208/216 Proposals to improve social conditions leads to urban slum clearances.
5/5 Barry Cryer recalls his big writing break - thanks to a famous female impersonator.
5/5 With a new house and a holiday, the family know they'll never leave Charlie behind.
Mel Giedroyc hears the creepy truth about cockroaches and builds the perfect campfire.
5/6 Victoria is livid when her daughter's wedding plans are upstaged by her sister Charlotte.
1/20 Jet Morgan's crew return to Earth, but their problems are only just beginning.
5/8 Mau is in the grips of god of death Locaha. Can Daphne save him?
1/4 Another radical proposal as the comedian tackles the stresses of the traditional job.
The Comedy Club presents two hours of comedy. Plus, Arthur Smith speaks to Justin Edwards.
6/6 Revealing all on narcotics and 'Top of the Pops'. From March 2004.
4/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore's melange of multi-murderers.
2/4 Sean and Hamish board Boris's Disco Ship to convert offshore ravers into fresh listeners.
Saturday 22 September 2012