3/4 Professor Dunning must face a prehistoric jungle, while Crowley discovers further terrors.
Horror legend Vincent Price remembers a bonfire party when a bullying father disappears.
From Sinatra to The Dubliners, footballer and manager Jackie Charlton's second turn.
5/5 When a man's new umbrella is ruined, his wife cunningly replaces it within budget.
4/6 The actor and comedian looks back on his showbusiness career, in the theatre and on radio.
6/6 Now a symbol of the city's regeneration, Geoffrey Wheeler meets staff and performers.
Archie creates mayhem with radio ventriloquist Peter Brough, Beryl Reid and Max Bygraves.
2/2 As Karen continues to wreak havoc, Henry discovers that revenge is not necessarily sweet.
1/5 As tiger Shere Khan searches for prey, an abandoned young boy is found by wolves.
4/6 The March sisters go on an outing with Laurie's English friends.
1/8 The suave sleuth and his wife hunt a ruthless criminal mastermind. Stars Crawford Logan.
3/8 Brook and Tully must sound out their snouts to try and recapture £200,000 of stolen goods.
2/6 With a wife and kids, bachelor Robin Lightfoot learns more about his parallel universe.
3/6 David Mitchell hosts the panel game in which comedians are encouraged to lie to each other
4/13 In a bona disguise, Master Spy Kenneth Horne trails the missing World Cup. From March 1966
4/6 The popular double act visit their comic-loving bank manager.
1/4 Thom Tuck presents the Beta Males, Shirley & Shirley, and Jonny & the Baptists.
6/6 Brian Perkins, Hugh Dennis and Kate Robbins on the year that saw time run backwards.
3/4 David Balfour has witnessed the murder of the Red Fox and must flee from the redcoats.
1/3 By Jenny White. A young girl's life changes when she sees the man to whom she is betrothed
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
1/5 Irene and Vera's mutual suitor falls ill. Stars Patricia Routledge and Prunella Scales.
9/10 How and why the NHS embarked on the hospital treatment of alcoholics in the 1960s.
6/10 Tragedy strikes again, with the farming community shocked at Joe Meredith's suicide.
1/5 Charlie traces Boudicca's rampage of vengeance, walking from Norwich to St Albans.
Mel Giedroyc with the award-winning story 'Bumface' by Morris Gleitzman.
3/6 Confusion reigns as the British Embassy prepares a report on the local political outlook.
1/5 A mysterious woman explodes into Kip's world. Matthew Broughton's virtual reality saga.
4/4 By Tanya Huff. Deliciously noir tale of an immortal whose lover is in mortal danger.
3/5 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
3/5 The producer, writer and performer turns his attention to dictators.
Tuesday 30 April 2013