3/5 The crew have some space tourists on board - but it turns into a holiday from hell.
3/6 Surely it couldn't hurt to introduce the Oblivions to tennis, could it?
6/6 Can Lord Peter Wimsey finally clear Harriet Vane's name - and persuade her to take his?
3/4 New York, 1965: Digger and Coffin's search for the missing money is getting dangerous.
4/6 Rosie's plan to live in London suits the old rogue, but where is Father plotting to go?
1/6 Crime writers Lady Antonia Fraser and Anthony Price probe the death of a top jockey.
3/8 There's a dramatic turn of events when a letter arrives from an attorney.
3/3 Grisha and Lera return to Moscow, but find Russia has changed beyond recognition.
1/3 Young Lecky and his uncle rescue the Prince of Wales from the Tyne.
2/6 Bertie tries to play peacemaker when he arrives at Totleigh Towers. PG Wodehouse romp.
3/4 The Meldrews' holiday homecoming proves eventful. Adapted from TV with Richard Wilson.
1/6 After a plot to depose the Emperor, the Roman detective uncovers a nest of vipers.
4/4 New York, 1965: Detectives Digger and Coffin have taken a gamble, but will it pay off?
1/6 Robert Wilson discovers acting isn't everything it appears to be.
2/6 The team are horrified that the media have been invited to Malcolm's citizenship ceremony.
7/10 Station Master Horace steps up to the crease to save the sleepy station. Stars Arthur Lowe
The Glums debate culinary insularity, and Jim and Bentley ponder pathos.
4/6 A lion with poor cuticles? A trip to a safari park trip throws up unexpected attractions.
1/8 Nicholas Parsons welcomes Paul Merton, Tony Hawks, Shelia Hancock and Graham Norton.
4/8 Romantic encounters cause more confusion for Samuel Pickwick. Stars Simon Cadell.
2/3 By Christopher Priest. Replying to an email, Mr Frogle is sure nothing will be the same.
2/3 Lecky's pursuit of a butcher's daughter threatens his scholarship chances.
4/5 Daughter Karen mediates after her mum Vera and Irene's vitriolic falling out.
6/20 Clive makes a suggestion while making himself at home at Donna's place.
4/5 The much loved actress remembers the challenges of working with Tony Hancock.
9/10 Willie recovers from his trauma in London, but can he stay with Tom? David Brierley reads.
The next part of The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Glittering Storm.
3/6 Mr Sims is elected to coordinate school festivities, but he doesn't spot the 'banana skin'
4/5 The crew contract a mystery virus which makes them age at an alarming. Sci-fi comedy.
4/6 The dangers of tennis for the Oblivions are now clear, but surely martinis are okay?
2/6 Mark Watson turns his wit to the subject of virtue, with stand-up comedy on patience.
The French philosopher remains an enigma, despite an exhaustive biography.
1/4 John Weak is an aggressive marketing director with no morals and little brain.
Friday 21 December 2012