2/4 The inhabitants of Purity Bay turn violent, and there's greater danger in store.
1/6 Can a corporation's new plant strain mutation bring relief to famine-stricken countries?
From PJ Harvey to Lionel Bart - artist Rachel Whiteread's castaway choices.
Very beautiful as a baby, Herbert turns out to be a very different adult.
2/4 Love and marriage figure in the comic celebration of songwriters RP Weston and Bert Lee.
3/3 Time for your close-up! Caroline Quentin investigates life among the hoofers.
4/13 Unleashed on the patients, the medics are unprepared for the formidable Sister Virtue.
Childhood memories draw obsessed Ben Wheeler back to a lake.
3/5 A donkey runs away in search of fame, recruiting others en route.
4/11 Marking 90 years of BBC radio, a selection of memorable radio moments.
3/5 Matthew Harvey examines an inventor's risks of debt - when does one give up?
2/8 The suave sleuth tries to connect his wife's kidnapping with a body dressed in a coat.
1/5 Can't a Belgian sleuth have a holiday in Devon without getting embroiled in a murder?
The grandsons of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson head to Baskerville Hall in a canine caper.
1/6 Fifty-eighth series of the award-winning comedy panel game chaired by Jack Dee.
Kenneth Horne reveals the story of Hans Liszt and how to have a happy marriage.
1/6 The shady lawyer stays in a haunted mansion. With guest Spike Milligan. From July 1992.
1/4 The surreal comedian tackles an expert role each week - with no ability whatsoever.
2/6 Three Deborahs, one stingy bank and an impending divorce perplex ad man Ken Handley.
1/2 Anna Tellwright inherits a fortune and provokes her father.
3/3 By Dann Casswell. Three friends take a subterranean canoe trip at 3am beneath Bristol.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
6/10 Celie discovers the truth about the man she knows as Pa.
11/15 Laurence celebrates the stars and the movies that have redefined mens' fashion.
1/5 Michael Sheen and David Horovitch read some of the critic's outspoken articles.
6/10 Dale disrupts her father's relationship with Elizabeth. Read by Penelope Wilton.
Mel Giedroyc continues Terry Pratchett's fantastic story 'Johnny and the Dead'.
3/6 The singing duo wonder why their agent is being uncharacteristically nice. From 1999.
Vincent Price tells the mortifying tale of a man who spends the night amongst wax dummies.
1/5 Historian Robert Olmstead journeys to the mysterious town of Innsmouth in New England.
2/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week in stand-up and sketches.
2/5 The babies are now three months old, but how are their mothers? From September 1997.
5/11 Marking 90 years of BBC radio, a selection of memorable radio moments.
Tuesday 20 November 2012