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6/6 The Notting Hill Carnival sees the potential end of the worlds and new weirdness.
1/4 Malcolm Holmes is drawn back into the murky world of espionage from beyond the grave.
2/6 Another mysterious death causes Health and Safety executive Simon to consider cruets.
5/6 Knowing the general was poisoned, Lord Peter Wimsey probes Miss Dorland's hobby.
4/6 Arthur and his best pal Barry Cryer lose their tickets for a Hammer Horror convention.
1/4 Sarah's first experience of internet dating proves hugely embarrassing.
1/2 Ignoring his family's advice, the castaway ends up shipwrecked and arrives on an island.
3/3 By Adam Thorpe. Alone in the playground, Howard hears something make a squeaking noise.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
4/4 The Italian priest turns detective to identify the murderer of a fascist.
3/6 Daniel and Lucy's plans for a quiet weekend are hit by a stream of unplanned visitors.
3/6 As dead don Peter's sordid side is made public, Simon struggles with his day job.
6/6 With two suspects missing, Lord Peter Wimsey battles to pinpoint the poisoner.
4/6 Buckingham Palace revelations and government food advice.
2/6 Someone is hacking into peoples' private conversations. Meanwhile Lady Anne is nuzzling.
Neddie's odd discovery in some meatloaf sparks a trip to America to make his fortune.
1/8 The moustachioed monarch discovers that Boadicea is his sister-in-law.
5/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the comic run through the week's news.
5/6 Peter asks rock singer Alex to help wary Will live on the edge. But Will surprises Alex.
2/2 Solitude on the desert island gives way to cannibals, mutineers, and a man called Friday.
1/3 By Helen Dunmore. Meija meets an old friend, sparking long-lost childhood excitement.
The sad, contradictory tale of Edward Lear, famed Victorian artist and scribe.
2/20 Lydgate has hopes for the new hospital, while Dorothea has hopes for Mr Casaubon.
4/10 Author and critic David Thomson delves into cinema's dubious love affair with death.
7/10 Hope takes Eugene to watch the chimps' behaviour, but is deeply shocked by his reaction.
2/5 Wogan and his TOGs, Jon Gaunt and his antagonism, and the lovely Poppy in the office.
Happy Birthday to Paul McCartney, and author Roddy Doyle gives us his Inheritance Books.
5/6 Iris is lost for words when her fiance Bernard finds religion. From January 1995.
1/4 Set in a complex state of beliefs, the Great God Om appears before novice monk Brutha.
2/4 Malcolm and Polly travel unexpectedly beneath Moscow, and a familiar ghost appears.
A Belfast house-husband has a dog of a first day, as he embraces his change of lifestyle.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Tom Wrigglesworth chats to Joz Norris.
4/6 Dave is thrown into turmoil when an old school friend appears in the Scottish corner shop.
2/6 Separated and homeless, Dave muses on life outside his temporary storage pod home.
2/2 The battle of the sexes rages over cold feet and tog ratings.
Wednesday 19 June 2013