2/6 Edna is planning a trip to the Primary to find out what happened to Tankerton.
17/17 An unexpected visitor to Shirning threatens to undermine Bill and Josella's future plans.
2/4 The theft of a treasure from her convent reunites Mother Helen with DI Cromwell.
1/6 Posh sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey probes the death of a rich retired general.
4/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis join Holly Walsh, John Finnemore, Laura Shavin and Mitch Benn.
4/6 A famous explorer advises Will on how to become daring, and Hugo the cat goes missing.
1/3 Edward I is a soldier, lover and father of a wayward son. With Philip Jackson.
By Katie Fforde. A control freak is forced to attend a Tuscan cookery course.
Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence through the eyes of a boy.
4/6 Bernard is keen to holiday in Burlington, but Iris wants to get fruity in Fuengirola.
3/6 European onion threat and a whale of a time with Moby Dick.
3/4 DI Cromwell warns the nuns on crime prevention, but gets suspicious of Sister Paula.
2/6 Lord Peter Wimsey probes the mysterious Mr Oliver and a pair of tricky wills.
5/6 St Petersburg's most high-minded young artist makes a pact with the devil.
2/4 Colin is all at sea as the foundations of Jimmy's dream take shape on the beach.
The lad is set to inherit a fortune, but only if he can find a wife. From November 1955.
3/13 Bill Oddie sings of Nappy Days, plus there's Britain's entry to the Eurovision Pun Contest
1/6 Newly in love, Nancy is not too keen on recalling past events with the old rogue Winston.
4/6 Hack George Cragge thinks an unrelated murder may be connected after all. From June 1998.
2/3 Edward's power is prey to his passions, but his queen and ally find a passion of their own
By Freya North. An inheritance by the sea broadens a young woman's horizons.
Why did an Elizabethan star give up the theatre to found a school for orphans?
8/10 When Fabian hosts a tea party, Prudence hopes she will get to pour the tea.
30/30 Heather Couper considers the prospects of life being found elsewhere in the solar system.
3/10 Hope Clearwater journeys for provisions, until disaster strikes back at the camp.
3/5 The tale of Dahl's son Theo and a remarkable invention - the Dahl-Wade-Till valve.
Afternoon chat with Mel Giedroyc.
1/6 The Royal Dingle Company versus the Bard. Theatrical spoof with Patrick Barlow.
3/6 Edna faces her childhood possessions and probes London's Low Quality Expedition.
1/3 By Ray Bradbury. Written 50 years ago, anticipating virtual lives and avatars.
1/3 By Toby Litt. It is 2068 AD, and local application 13/13 has mysteriously vanished.
2/4 The thinking idiot's anthropologist explains flaws in the urban democratic system.
2/6 Samuel's emporium faces competition from a new Super-emporium. 1770 America sitcom.
2/6 The comedian asks exactly who starts rumours? Brendan Burns and Sarah Kennedy help.
3/6 Faye's cooker is beeping, work deadlines are looming and flat-hunting sucks.
Thursday 13 June 2013