1/4 When Bernie catches the wrong bus, he is transported back to 16th century Rome.
1/4 A teenager is hired as Death's apprentice, and tries to alter the course of history.
2/5 When a woman suspects her husband is having an affair, she calls in Stephen J Blackburn.
A creepy doll with a mind of its own causes alarm along London's catwalks.
3/6 Victoria Coren hosts the show that thinks the unthinkable. From May 2008.
1/6 Patrick wonders who Green Day are, and Joe turns into a doting daddy.
Actor and writer Jim Sweeney's lively, candid account of living with multiple sclerosis.
2/8 An extended compilation of the best bits of The News Quiz from 2012, with Sandi Toksvig.
2/8 John and Mary see the New Year in in an inn, and Ken's off to buy a sofa.
1/6 Singers Tommy and Sheila have a supermarket to open, and go silver-surfing.
1/6 Dave and Cathy leave the city for Drayton Warlock's pastoral idyll.
3/5 Stephen J Blackburn hunts for a Canadian's long-lost brother, after a cruel separation.
1/3 At a film studio, amateur sleuth Gervase Fen stumbles on a suicide and a murder.
1/6 Teacher turmoil at a sixth form college for drama, when a new female science head arrives.
5/6 Mark uncovers an unlikely town rivalry and the story behind a baffling accent.
8/14 The lad is set to be immortalised in wax, but it's not quite how he'd envisaged.
8/14 Hovercrafts, ferrets and the three-toed sloth.
6/6 Father enjoys a remarkable recovery, while Nancy makes a big decision over the old rogue.
3/6 Susan Moody and Simon Shaw tackle a pantomime murder. Simon Brett hosts the murder quiz.
An artist and a young girl help a wounded bird and find love during the Second World War.
The arrival of a swan ruffles feathers in a village where pride has been forgotten.
After ten years, Joe clearly remembers everything about Ally, but she recalls nothing.
7/10 Richardson decides he has to move on. Tom is happy, but storm clouds are gathering.
8/30 Historian Amanda reveals housewives were once expected to concoct cure-all medicines.
3/5 The writer recalls one of his favourite childhood pastimes - going to the pictures.
1/8 Answering an old chum's call for help, the hero pilot flies to Fort Beaver.
Mel Giedroyc continues Eoin Colfer's story 'The Legend of Spud Murphy'.
4/6 Gussie upsets his fiancee when he looks elsewhere on the menu. PG Wodehouse romp.
2/4 The travellers hit 19th-century Austria, with Freud set to reveal his views on telepathy.
2/4 Death sends the teenager to collect three lives, but one of them belongs to a princess.
3/4 The incisive reporter focuses on the joys of lower league soccer.
4/5 Musing on old cuppas and paying with Fool's Gold. Songs and stories from Ivor Cutler.
4/4 Mitch competes with his nemesis for the title of best musical satirist in the world.
3/4 David is terrified that the landlord will find out he doesn't live in the flat alone.
Thursday 3 January 2013