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.
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.
5/6 The Victorian comic epic continues with Pip and Harry trapped in France.
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.
3/4 Has the provoked priest gone too far by fighting three men in the pub?
2/4 Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers
8/8 The sleuth gathers evidence in New York to clear Gerald, but there's a sting in the tail.
2/4 Concealing his discovery, John outwardly woos Constance, but falls under Adrian's spell.
5/6 Reunions top the agenda at the CyberPass bistro, but are they such a good idea?
1/6 The Questers find themselves in the hands of the wildly unpredictable Queen Eleanor.
Neddie Seagoon gets a bank job, but is it wise to put him in charge of the gold vault?
4/6 The author and his wife's holiday abroad is far from relaxing. From October 1979.
1/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
1/4 The ex-political correspondent quizzes a panel about himself. From July 2006.
7/10 As the Cold War intensifies, a spy is at large within Britain's nuclear research programme
2/3 A middle-aged woman returns home to find her 14-year-old self sitting in her lounge.
Two librarians decide to emulate Miss Marple when a corpse is found in their crime section
22/25 Unaware that Marius has survived the Revolution, Cosette is convinced he has died.
30/30 Historian Amanda Vickery reflects on the enduring pull of a home of one's own.
2/5 Virginia hears that her father is ill, but as she's in the convent a visit is impossible.
2/5 Lemn Sissay visits pubs with the Queen's name. Violence breaks out in London.
500 Words judge Richard Hammond reveals the top books he'd pass on to younger readers.
2/8 Faith and her son Joe fall out, but is Bill the cause or cure? From November 1989.
By John Keir Cross. Who is the mysterious woman claiming to be Felix's daughter?
2/10 Telson and Darv make contact with the Earth ship, but the response is unexpected.
6/6 Divorcee Carol tries to sell covers - for cushion covers. With Rosie Cavaliero.
1/4 Tom Caine wakes up and hears music everywhere, but it's not the food of love. From 2001.
6/6 The sci-fi star attempts to solve all unsolved mysteries. From August 1993.
Wednesday 20 February 2013