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2/5 Medley and Kip must battle island inhabitants to save Planet B.
2/10 Bernard Marx is a misfit in an ideal society, so why is Lenina attracted to him?
2/5 The classic ghost story of Doctor Rant and the strange goings-on in the library.
7/8 The net is closing on Dr Belasco, but the sleuth and his wife are now in danger.
1/6 Merseyside mum Rosie Monaghan has lost her job, but she plans to become a private eye.
4/5 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
4/5 From writing books to environmental damage, the writer presents his own humorous essays.
1/3 Crossword compiler Stephen gets embroiled with lovely widow Penny in this romantic tale.
1/3 By Oliver Emanuel. A shy young girl is dragged to see Elvis by her best friend.
1/3 By Sebastian Baczkiewicz. Diplomat Bob Goldacre loses the businessman he was looking after
An unwelcome visitor turns an absence of water into a trauma. From July 1987.
4/6 Geraldine hears from a publisher about her book, written behind husband Clifford's back.
8/8 Belasco is close to capture, but he - or she - still has a trick or two up their sleeve.
2/6 Who is private eye Rosie Monaghan's mystery client, and how do you trail someone?
4/4 Rory and Evie throw a party while their parents are away and Sally is out to dinner.
1/4 Spoof phone-in show from the creators of The Fast Show, starring Rhys Thomas.
The lad gets a green signal, but a bumpy ride lies ahead. From June 1955.
12/14 The sound archives of the BBC, and noises animals make. With Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie.
4/8 To steam or not to steam? Sarah and Eleanor argue over potatoes.
5/6 Tim Key, Micky Flanagan, Bridget Christie and Nick Hancock devise the panel show's rounds.
2/3 A da Vinci turns up in Dorset - or does it? Crossword compiler Stephen investigates.
2/3 By Andrew O'Hagan. A man remembers when his home town first felt connected to the world.
2/3 By Rachel Joyce. If Joe doesn't find an exclusive to please his editor, he'll lose his job
3/10 Skeeter wants to write about the lives of black maids in Jackson. Who will be interviewed?
6/30 Greek philosopher Thales thought natural forces caused natural disasters, not acts of gods
3/10 As pressure mounts at work, Martin finds himself being challenged in his private life, too
3/5 Claire Rayner reads her life story, recounting unhappy times spent in 1950s Toronto.
Mel hears about the personal flying machines we'll all be buzzing around in in the future.
Richard Stilgoe, Peter Blake, Charles Collingwood and Belinda Lang visit Clandon Park.
3/5 Held in the world's toughest jail, can Kip escape prison brutality?
3/10 Feeling ill at ease, Bernard Marx confides about Lenina to his best friend.
3/5 Derek Jacobi introduces the tale of an orphan's haunted dreams of two ghostly figures.
1/4 Are you a 'decent' person? Then this is the show for you, as Britain is put to rights.
1/4 Eamonn Holmes runs the animal charity telethon.
3/6 Market researcher Ian surveys a high-tech future. With Neil Edmond and Paula Wilcox.
3/5 Darkly comic memoirs. Will father's lecture on sex dampen our hero's ardour?
Thursday 9 May 2013