2/5 Lioba is confused when Sinbad alludes to an armoured division.
It's good to talk, or so they say, but not when you're called from beyond the grave.
2/8 Paul's hunt takes him from London's Soho to a dangerous rendezvous on the Great North Road
4/8 Tully and his boss learn you can't always believe what people tell you.
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.
4/4 David Balfour is near Edinburgh and looks to the law to help him claim his inheritance.
2/3 By Maureen Freely. One resident negotiates the fears and preoccupations of the locals.
1/4 A dragon's egg must be retrieved by a hero cursed with immortality.
Are the dear ladies really the right people to look after a donkey?
3/6 Ian and Shona wonder if their babies will ever walk, while Clinton pursues Yvette.
3/8 Paul and Steve enjoy an evening of intrigue at one of London's most fashionable nightspots
5/8 Reclusive Joan is found dead, but Brook and Tully wonder how solitary her life really was.
3/4 Saffron is worried because Trevor is staying out after work more frequently.
4/4 Comedian Alun Cochrane takes listeners on a room by room stand-up tour of his house.
The regular cast play different characters in the rise-and-fall saga of a pie-stall cook.
11/14 A stockingless thief, and Shakespeare from Bard to Verse. With John Cleese and Bill Oddie.
3/8 Clare returns from Australia, but where is Julian? Sarah delves and Eleanor spins.
4/6 Russell Kane, Josie Long, Alun Cochrane and Milton Jones devise the panel show's rounds.
1/4 Flora Poste decides to live off her relatives, the Starkadders of Howling.
3/3 By Moris Farhi. A wise gypsy wrestler helps a couple whose relationship is threatened.
2/4 Mankind's hero is forced to help a young lad who has lain in a coma for seven years.
3/5 Confusion and recriminations fly as Irene and Vera correspond across the miles.
1/30 Astronomer Heather Couper charts the history of our growing understanding of the universe.
8/10 In the aftermath of a further death on the farm, Zoe continues flirting with Robin.
3/5 Charlie Connelly recreates famous journeys, continuing King Harold's march to Hastings.
Mel Giedroyc has the next episode of the award-winning story 'Bumface' by Morris Gleitzman
Richard Stilgoe dispels some of the myths of money-making. From July 1989.
3/5 Happy Valley is virtually perfect with its lawns and birds and high security fence.
1/3 The natural world turns on mankind as a war veteran and his family come under attack.
6/6 Radical proposals to improve our lives, with the comedian's athletic revolution. From 1992
Every shopping channel you've ever seen, every product you've never wanted.
2/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn tackles a rundown council tower block.
2/5 Memoirs of a boy growing up in the 1970s, when a girl caused excitement and self-loathing.
Thursday 2 May 2013