Vincent Price tells of two emasculated husbands, and their plot to escape domestication.
4/4 By Lizzie Nunnery. Victoria can't sleep at night. Then bad dreams haunt her waking hours.
3/6 Do Uncle Brian and Auntie Vi have the Jago children's best interests at heart?
6/6 Arthur decides to devise his own autobiographical musical tribute to himself.
1/6 All set for divorce and a new home, ad man Ken Handley gets a surprise at the agency.
1/2 A new world opens up for Magnolia Hawks aboard the Cotton Blossom Floating Palace Theatre.
1/3 A mean-spirited comment about her deaf family shakes Beth's world.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
2/6 The comeback duo's singer mounts his own campaign to be awarded an MBE. From October 1999.
4/4 Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?
4/6 The Jago children escape the clutches of Brian and Vi, but are they now out of danger?
2/5 Edie links recent deaths to a growing outside interest in Craig Island.
2/6 Ben and Helen squabble over spending Christmas with her mother. From November 1982.
5/6 Adam's surprise birthday present for his dad backfires.
What is Eccles doing with a cement sack and an imaginary piano? Starring Spike Milligan.
1/10 The man of many parts uses his experience to discuss his old chum.
1/6 With Jon Holmes, Laura Shavin, Mitch Benn and special guests Andi Osho and Tina C.
1/4 In 1961, Hugo battles to save his futuristic soap set in 2006.
2/2 Parthy has shocking news about Gaylord, and Kim receives a telegram.
2/3 Sculptures about voice and silence give deaf window cleaner Christian pause for thought.
Alf's memories come in flashes, returning him to his youth and his troubled marriage.
2/10 Celie is at the mercy of her cruel husband 'Mister'. His son Harpo weds feisty Sofia.
7/15 By the 19th century, tartan and the kilt had gained cult status.
2/5 Pugin falls in love, but tragic events are set to shape the course of his life.
2/10 After her marriage breaks down, Nadine is fuelled with bitterness towards her ex-husband.
Mel Giedroyc introduces the next chapter of Terry Pratchett's Johnny and the Dead.
3/8 Bill and Faith's romantic plans are thwarted by Bert the dog. Stars Lynda Bellingham.
An explicitly horrific tale of a boorish film director and a vengeful feline.
1/4 Retired solicitor Arthur Kipps recalls his visit to the house of the reclusive Mrs Drablow
3/6 Woodhouse is confused by contradictory accounts. Comedy-drama starring Tim Pigott-Smith.
4/6 As food runs out at the fish restaurant, a man claims he's the Oracle's long-lost son.
4/6 The sci-fi star and inventor explains life's big mysteries. From October 1992.
Wednesday 14 November 2012