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2/4 As Professor Dunning and Harry Crow search on, a dead music hall star makes a return.
1/4 By RL Stevenson. A thief's eerie encounter with a stranger forces him to reassess his life
Oscar-winning actress Shirley MacLaine shares her castaway choices with Roy Plomley.
1/5 Peter White describes how going for a walk can offer him an 'aural relief map'.
1/6 Michael Bentine recalls visits to Australia and New York and some outrageous friends.
1/5 The wireless age of Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen. Stuart Maconie on British comedy duos.
4/13 Seasick ship's doctor Simon Sparrow attempts emergency surgery using cutlery and brandy.
Belgian sleuth Poirot retires to a village where a treacherous killer is lurking.
1/4 Can Marcus recover his father's reputation and the lost Eagle of his legion?
1/4 The adventures of an incredible shrinking woman who's always in trouble.
7/8 Lord Peter Wimsey probes his brother's whereabouts on the night of the murder.
1/4 Oxford student John Maltravers plays ancient violin music that leads to a hidden cupboard.
2/4 Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers
1/8 Paul Merton, Graham Norton, Sue Perkins and Jason Manford join Nicholas Parsons.
10/16 Master spy Kenneth Horne probes why Wilfred Pickles is barking. From May 1965.
Starring the Salford sausage maker turned monarch of the monologue.
5/6 Pip and Harry pursue Mister Benevolent to France, where a dark and pungent fate awaits.
2/6 Leg model April's snoring inspires ad man Ken's quest to win a nasal spray account.
6/10 Lewis Eliot ends up overseeing a secret wartime project with implications for the world.
1/3 A woman shopper finds someone else's baby in her trolley and is forced to take it home.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
21/25 Jean Valjean's life lies in Javert's hands. Victor Hugo's epic tale starring Joss Ackland.
29/30 Historian Amanda Vickery listens to the experiences of those who moved out of the cities.
1/5 The fascinating story of the relationship between the Italian scientist and his daughter.
1/5 A lesbian anarchist and a male voice choir are in Brighton.
500 Words judge Jacqueline Wilson talks about her two favourite books for younger readers.
3/4 Has the provoked priest gone too far by fighting three men in the pub?
By HG Wells. A man encounters a troubled spirit. But could this meeting lead to tragedy?
1/10 The Challenger crew's settled life on planet 'Paradise' is soon to be shattered.
1/4 A bike accident lands Tom Sheffield in A&E, just as he is about to go for a pizza.
1/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
3/6 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore review the curious case of a fallen monk.
8/8 The National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth reaches the 20th century.
Tuesday 19 February 2013