4/5 In war, the more technologically advanced side can still be defeated. John Shrapnel reads.
9/10 Can Thor save planetoid Nano from the Vogons and their Quite Unwieldy Torpedo?
2/4 By Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Another tale of the undead. A slayer searches for his successor
3/4 With a growing list of murder suspects, the inspector uncovers fresh leads.
1/8 A suspect in an armed London hold-up asks to see Detective Sergeant Brook.
6/6 The spoof sleuth probes a shoe clue connection in two mystery murders. From February 1999.
6/6 Sue Perkins tests Rob Rouse, Nick Frost, Armando Iannucci and Peter Serafinowicz.
1/4 Scotland is in turmoil after the Jacobite rebellion, as young David sets off to Edinburgh.
4/5 Kenneth reaches a new understanding on his honeymoon in foreign parts.
The heroism of railwaymen in a horrific explosion in 1898. Recreation of a real event.
4/4 Vera tells the newspaper all the clergy latest, but there's disappointment.
3/6 Vi is sick, and Roy is no help. Then unexpected guests arrive for Victor's birthday party.
4/4 Inspector Dalgliesh summons the entire household to flush out the killer of Sally Jupp.
2/8 Brook and Tully have unfinished business with a crook. Can he be caught before he flees?
Director Desmond Olivier Dingle leads a celebration of his holiness the Dalai Lama.
3/4 Why does Richard Wilson sleep with a pair of miners' boots by the bed?
1/13 The crewmates return from leave, but there's no sign of Troutbridge. Stars Jon Pertwee.
3/5 The showbiz veteran relates a calamitous tale of a double act gone wrong.
3/4 As the clerk writes for the house journal, he learns the meaning of poetic justice.
4/6 With Jon Richardson, Ed Byrne, Johnnie Casson, Mike Wozniak, Robin Ince and Ted Robbins.
2/4 Shipwrecked off Scotland's coast, young David heads to Appin and a fateful encounter.
5/5 A return to an old stomping ground, with its echoes of love, sets a wheel in motion again.
Ted Hughes is reunited with a long-lost school friend. But what do they have in common?
10/10 On the eve of her 11-plus, the exam seems to be the least of Meena's worries.
8/10 Mark Whitaker looks at how the pub industry responded to falling consumption.
5/10 As they cope with the death of Caro Meredith, further tragedy hits the farming community.
5/5 The quest for women's higher education has succeeded, but what next for the Bluestockings?
Afternoon chat with Mel Giedroyc.
7/8 A day trip to France brings buried memories to the surface for Bernard. From March 1993.
5/5 The story from which Clarke developed the film '2001: A Space Odyssey' with Kubrick.
10/10 Will the Vogons wipe out Nano? Is this The End, or just the end of a middle?
3/4 By Tanith Lee. The tale of a dangerous obsession for a vampire and a painter.
5/6 Gary Bellamy hosts the spoof phone-in discussing the environment and global warming.
Arthur Smith is joined by Austentatious.
Elis James hosts highlights of 2012's Machynlleth Comedy Festival in Wales.
A love story about a socially inept childhood neighbour and a 'well-bred' Surrey girl.
Saturday 27 April 2013