17/20 With few resources available, Jet and his crew race to make radio contact.
1/4 By Melissa Murray. Lovecraft tells of two sisters confronting childhood demons in Cornwall
1/5 Mary Jago leaves a violent relationship, unwittingly placing herself in further jeopardy.
1/5 Rebus discovers a bigger story behind a valuable theft from an Edinburgh hi-fi shop.
11/20 Our hero has his work cut out to save Snowy and Jean's lives.
2/6 Arthur steps in to play a prominent role in Lord and Lady Preston's murder mystery.
2/6 The lifestyle presenters look at work and travel, plus Missing Persons.
1/8 The story of Hamer Shawcross, from boyhood to his pursuit of power and fame.
1/5 Middle age is taking a toll on Martin and friends. Is a healthier diet really the answer?
Clive Anderson is joined by Karl Wallinger, Barry Cryer and Nicholas Coleridge.
8/10 When Devere installs new security cameras, Audrey declares war.
6/6 Pa Larkin's off to feast for the fight and Ma is surprised. With David Jason. From 1996.
2/5 Mary Jago meets the recipient of her bone marrow donation, and a body is discovered.
2/5 Probing a Edinburgh shop theft, Inspector Rebus learns the hi-fi dealer has a steel door.
12/20 As the cargo of contraband nears, our heroes play along with Spider's plans.
4/6 The rakish Thomas Berridge stands between Fenton and a glamorous political career.
1/6 Rudy and Doreen are enjoying married life. Adam isn't.
A 1958 remake of the 1956 spoof of the war film based on the 1953 book.
Les Dawson has holiday tales to tell, and we hear from an unusual agony uncle.
6/9 An extended edition of the News Quiz, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
6/6 John Shuttleworth enters the age of the mobile phone, but is he fully future prepared?
2/8 As Hamer starts work, he studies, preaches and keeps fit, preparing to change the world.
2/5 An average, normal man comes to terms with his strange midlife addiction - raw steak.
1/4 Owner and founder Precious Ramotswe takes on her first case and a new secretary.
7/10 Churchill returns home to his beloved Clementine, but tragedy strikes.
7/20 A rare woodcut offers an insight into the troubles and tragedies of Elizabethan Ireland.
7/10 Taking Merrion to dinner at Simon and Carrie's, Guy sees that grandson Jack is unhappy.
7/8 Will Salieri's plan to scupper The Magic Flute work? Who is Mozart writing a Requiem for?
Mel celebrates the birthday of the Disney company and learns how to bake doughnuts,.
7/8 Ambassador Mackenzie faces an aristocratic revival in the Federated People's Republic.
18/20 With the Martians in pursuit, Jet and the crew try desperately to get a message to Earth.
2/4 By Chris Harrald. An archaeologist learns that some mysteries are better left undisturbed.
5/6 Marcus Brigstocke invites Madness frontman Suggs to try some new experiences.
6/6 Socrates and friends enter the Intellectual Olympics, but Heraclitus is side-tracked.
6/6 Murder, intrigue and a fast-talking parrot aboard a luxury cruiser.
Wednesday 17 October 2012