Movie legend Vincent Price takes the bait, and tells a tale of horror from Down Under.
2/5 Robert Olmstead explores the decrepit town of Innsmouth with a growing sense of unease.
3/8 The suave sleuth needs to know why he's been asked to halt his murder investigation.
2/5 When an American starlet is found dead, Poirot has a hotel full of suspects to investigate
2/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week in stand-up and sketches.
2/4 Actress Sylvia uses the futuristic radio soap to win a deal to advertise cigarettes.
2/2 Anna Tellwright's fortune earns her independence, but her joy is marred by shocking news.
6/11 Marking 90 years of BBC radio, a selection of memorable radio moments.
A girl convalesces in post-war Blackpool with fellow invalids, nuns and the waves.
4/8 Bill and Faith bicker as she struggles to act impulsively.
3/6 Ben would like to swap his daughter for a Porsche. Or is private education the answer?
4/8 The suave sleuth and wife Steve face danger when a bomb is sent to their home.
3/5 There are suspects-a-plenty, witchcraft and a love-letter for the sleuth to investigate.
5/6 Topless photos inspire the struggling actor to join an environmental protest.
5/6 Vera and husband Henry are summoned to London to provide 'fun' for Ginny and Lionel Fox.
4/14 The lad, Bill and Sid eat al fresco to impress their dates from the local Palais.
2/14 Scottish Music Night - and a rubbish bird impressionist. From October 1966.
6/6 As Jeremy and Paul get starry-eyed, Kit and Caroline come down to earth.
3/6 MP Duncan faces accusations of financial irregularities.
1/3 Mrs Mantrip hopes that a new neighbour won't lower the tone of her beloved Durham Square.
2/3 By Dominic Power. Katherine Rudd recalls the Roswell incident in New Mexico, 1947.
Four women, who first met as convalescents, return to Blackpool as they turn 60.
8/10 Celie's stepfather dies and she inherits more than she ever dreamed.
13/15 Malcolm McLaren joins Lawrence to assess the partnership between pop music and fashion.
3/5 The critic's passionate campaign against stage censorship was fearless and funny.
8/10 Matthew's daughter Becky finds an unexpected ally in her step-mother Josie.
Mel Giedroyc continues Terry Pratchett's gripping, funny story 'Johnny and the Dead'.
4/6 Stella tries to dejunk the house. Everything useless must go, including her grown-up kids.
Horror legend Vincent Price tells the chilling tale of a violinist with very special hands
3/5 Robert Olmstead listens to local drunk Zadok Allen, who reveals the history of the town.
2/5 School life's prickly for gardening scholarship girl Violet Grimshaw.
2/6 The team ponder how to revamp tea to make it more dangerous and exciting.
4/6 Jessica's barbecue for the neighbours sees Rex struggling to keep control.
3/6 Award-winning comedian Laura Solon's sketch and character comedy series.
7/11 Marking 90 years of BBC radio, a selection of memorable radio moments.
Thursday 22 November 2012