2/5 Christina Balit's tale of an ex-alcoholic on the run from more than just his AA buddy.
5/6 Despite the national emergency, landowners try to profit from the deadly Exon strain.
From Michael Crawford to REM - comedian Paul Merton's castaway choices.
1/3 By Eleanor Thom. An old woman at the end of her life is cared for by her young nurse.
2/4 Battles recreated, and National Trousers Day. Sketches and songs from March 1998.
During a prison visit, Donna complains to banged up Keith about money.
1/2 Linda Smith discovers how the bang, joke, hat and gift in Christmas crackers came to be.
9/13 Medic Sparrow misdiagnoses a boil, while Taffy keeps volunteering for night-shifts.
Brutal killings in a mysterious laboratory spark a government hush-up.
The story of the magical nanny - poised, punctilious and practically perfect in every way.
4/6 Christmas halts Wimsey's investigation - but some suspicious powder isn't what it seems.
1/4 Harlem, 1965: $87,000 is missing. Grave Digger Jones and Coffin Ed Johnson want it back.
5/6 The grandsons of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson go to Dorset, where a wife is in danger.
5/6 Victoria Wood joins regulars Tim, Barry and Graeme on the panel. Jack Dee chairs.
2/16 The BBC backroom boys reveal Auntie's secrets. From March 1965.
5/6 The shady lawyer takes on an amusement arcade. The Marx Brothers radio show recreated.
1/6 Victoria Coren chairs. With David Baddiel, David Mitchell and Rev Richard Coles.
6/6 Ad man Ken Handley faces his own emergency when he is coerced into a Samaritans campaign.
1/8 It's 1827 - Samuel Pickwick and his club members set off to travel across England.
1/3 An immigrant worker eagerly anticipates a visit from the teenage son she left behind.
Clive Anderson is joined by Sarah Hadland, Peter Wight, Sophie Parkin and artist Scottee.
1/5 Vera faces homelessness and Irene is inundated.
2/30 How the home protected from dark forces outside.
1/5 The actress relates her own life story, from dance classes to parties with Noel Coward.
6/10 Evacuee Willie's happiness is threatened by dark clouds on the horizon.
The life of Christmas turkeys, and the busy fingers that pick brussels sprouts.
1/6 Could Terry end up back in prison after his community centre success?
1/5 Captain Gordon Taylor hits trouble over a failing call centre.
1/6 Armed idealist Norman and cheerful bore Max are set to ruin the lives of friendly aliens.
6/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
5/6 The compere extraordinaire on crowd control subtleties and embarrassing her kids.
Tuesday 18 December 2012