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
3/5 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.
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 water-loving William and his young daughter Frankie.
2/4 As heavy rain swamps Mardle Fen, a strange child leads Warwick through the flood.
Songs and sketches from Brighton Racecourse as the team tackles the subject of sport.
2/6 A humble Russian civil servant's career is stuck in a dismal rut until he buys a new coat.
4/5 As Poirot unravels the threads of the murder, it seems Mary wasn't the first victim.
1/2 A dying policeman recalls how a gruesome murder many years before changed his life forever
1/6 Local hack journalist Roy Hitchcock tries to win the heart of his former teacher.
1/6 Victoria Coren is joined by Lee Mack, David Schneider and Germaine Greer.
4/20 Mainwaring's platoon try to capture Germans for a reward. From February 1974.
Scary tales of Javanese witchmen, plus Ron and Eth plan a romantic break in Belgium.
4/6 Birthday celebrations go awry for June from the rural railway station's cafe.
4/6 With Anthony Holden, Valerie Grove, Lucy Moore and Geoffrey Durham. From September 2004.
Based on film producer John Houseman's memoirs of The Blue Dahlia and Raymond Chandler.
4/5 Two women with the same name convalesce in a maternity ward. Read by Emma Fielding.
3/4 Invited to a remote part of the Fens, Warwick discovers treasure guarded by a ghost-dog.
4/10 Emma's memory of young solicitor Leon becomes the core of her despair.
17/30 Heather considers the struggle to develop knowledge about our own galaxy.
4/5 As he goes to perform his pub act, things get more complicated for the three-timing romeo.
9/10 Musa callously attacks Marta, Jesus leaves his cave, and the others prepare for a burial.
Mel Giedroyc discovers the Inheritance Books of poet Andrew Motion.
4/8 A new parent-governor is rocking the boat and there's trouble in the playground.
A serial strangler is stalking women, but Lavinia Nibbs won't let him spoil her night out.
4/17 Bill is horrified by what he discovers in London, but manages to rescue a girl from danger
5/6 Satan has become a one-man adoption agency while his chief demon is reading Penelope Leach
Tom Wrigglesworth has more chat with Patrick Kielty about the BBC Radio New Comedy Award.
4/4 In his town demolition expose, David Lander looks at the trial and disturbing aftermath.
5/5 New age DIY, and Sinatra sings punk. Nick Golson and Tim de Jongh welcome Britt Ekland.
Friday 24 May 2013