3/4 More ghostly revelations for solicitor Arthur Kipps in ghostly Eel Marsh House.
2/17 Bill Masen remembers how the Triffids first came to England, and how they got so prevalent
2/5 Elinor and Roddy's invalid aunt has died, but a tube of morphine has gone missing.
5/6 Should PC George Dixon break the rules to catch a vicious criminal?
1/6 Steve Punt and Jon Culshaw present a comedic look at the week's news.
1/6 Feeling middle-aged at 35, Will seeks advice from godfather Peter and Tory MP George.
2/2 Philip experiences more than one revelation when he finally faces his guardian's widow.
2/5 A penny is the source of much discord between Emma Bury and Milly Young.
1/4 A stranger arrives at the restaurant with a request, but Jack doesn't like the look of him
1/6 Will undertaker's assistant Bernard ever get fiancee Iris up the aisle?
6/6 Robert and Lillian are horrified when Geraldine promotes her book on Woman's Hour.
3/5 Who poisoned Mary Gerrard? Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot is called in to find the killer.
6/6 En route to an evening out, George Dixon and Andy Crawford get embroiled in a bank job.
2/6 A humble Russian civil servant's career is stuck in a dismal rut until he buys a new coat.
3/4 Spoof phone-in show from the creators of The Fast Show.
The green-fingered lad takes on the authorities to save his pride and joy. From June 1955.
14/14 The Incredible Singing Blancmange, or The Dessert Song. A musical comedy with John Cleese.
6/8 Eleanor's old snaps spark arguments with Sarah over the past. From February 1989.
1/6 Maverick reporter George Cragge's retirement is cut short. From June 1998.
The story of Brian Epstein during his hectic, turbulent years of managing The Beatles.
3/5 A flood causes catastrophe for river-loving William and his young daughter Frankie.
2/4 As heavy rain swamps Mardle Fen, a strange child leads Warwick through the flood.
3/10 As Emma and Charles move to a new town, she makes the acquaintance of a young solicitor.
16/30 The science of astrophysics began 300 years ago but rocketed in Victorian times.
3/5 Billy is in trouble at work and home, so he returns to his dreams of London and Ambrosia.
8/10 Musa tricks the others to persuading Jesus to help him. His evil intent toward Marta grows
Mel meets the woman ready to face sharks and jellyfish swimming from Florida to Cuba.
Songs and sketches from Brighton Racecourse as the team tackles the subject of sport.
4/4 Solicitor Arthur Kipps tries to finally unravel the mystery of the haunted house.
3/17 It's well known that Triffids can walk, but Bill wonders what other skills they might have
3/4 The controversial host meets a balloon-twisting preacher and a woman who hates Belgians.
3/4 Shopping channel satire with Justin Edwards and Greg Proops. Rich Hall joins the team.
5/6 Market researcher Ian Dunn carries out a delicate immigration survey.
5/5 Memoirs of a boy growing up in the 1970s. In the Fens, the full hideous truth is revealed.
Thursday 23 May 2013