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.
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.
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.
5/6 Iris is lost for words when her fiance Bernard finds religion. From January 1995.
4/6 Buckingham Palace revelations and government food advice.
4/6 Simon keeps his Health and Safety job. But is Zoe the next target?
1/8 Should Howard Gilbert hang for murder? The suave sleuth investigates.
6/6 A civil servant's dull existence is transformed when he overhears two dogs talking.
3/4 As the Shedists settle into life under asphalt, there is an odd noise from William's shed.
The lad becomes a young schoolmaster in a school full of juvenile delinquents.
5/13 A multi-million pound loan, and mankind's entire history in songs and sketches.
2/6 Nancy wants her new man to meet the family but will old rogue Winston sabotage the event?
5/6 A Jobcentre murder makes hack George Cragge more uncertain of New Labour.
1/3 The tale of a group of Victorian writers' struggles with integrity and poverty.
2/3 By Hannah McGill. A London film crew causes a commotion in a Shetland island community.
1/2 Tiny Arrietty Clock and her family's cosy life under the floorboards faces new challenges.
3/20 Dorothea is due to be wed, while Fred Vincy pins his hopes on frail Uncle Featherstone.
5/10 Continuing his journey through cinema, David Thomson meditates on time and memory.
8/10 Unexpectedly taken hostage, Hope and Ian get to know their civil war rebel captors.
3/5 A visit to the Radio Times, and how Radio Humberside coped with an earthquake.
Mel Giedroyc celebrates World Sauntering Day, with gardener Monty Don's Inheritance Tracks
2/6 The Royal Dingle Company tackles the verse of the Bard. Stars Patrick Barlow.
2/4 After his encounter with the Great God Om, Brutha is selected for a secret mission.
3/4 Malcolm discovers why he ended up in the sewers of Moscow, and is asked to complete a task
3/4 The thinking idiot's anthropologist charts the bumpy evolution of the Western world.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Tom Wrigglesworth chats to Joz Norris.
3/6 McGurk turns spy, Samuel enters showbiz and Ezekiel gets stuck.
3/6 The twice-mugged comedian looks at the problem from all angles, with a reconstruction.
4/6 Faye has money troubles, so she hopes her mum will lend her £10,000.
Thursday 20 June 2013