1/6 Can a corporation's new plant strain mutation bring relief to famine-stricken countries?
1/5 A collector of antiquities finds a priceless ancient book. But something evil lies within.
1/5 Caledonian creepiness, as Elspeth Davie spins a strange yarn of ovulatory revenge.
1/5 Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot is at a party as a clergyman dies sipping a cocktail.
4/8 Following Peter Galino's tip-off, the sleuth and his wife look for clues in a London club.
5/6 Arthur casts off on Spiggy Lakes with long-suffering friends Sally, Geoffrey and Wilf.
2/4 Undeterred by her first internet date disaster, Sarah is invited out by a high court judge
1/6 Young orphan Pip's life is changed forever when he is surprised by an escaped convict.
2/3 A young boy's dare brings a dreadful discovery.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
1/8 A mystery body strains the Republic's spirit of glasnost at the British Embassy.
4/6 Dan and Lucy have the other-people's-baby blues. Could a night of poker help?
2/5 Hercule Poirot is now on the riviera in Monte Carlo, but death appears to be following him
5/8 With Lynn Ferguson missing, the suave sleuth heads off to meet club owner Louis Fabian.
5/6 The secret of Stonehenge, and the day truth broke out. With Felicity Montagu.
3/6 Woodstock village has two mysterious visitors - one deathly pale and one deathly orange.
Constable Neddie Seagoon sets out to apprehend Minnie and Henry's Sussex assailant.
4/8 To settle a debt, the moustachioed monarch challenges a bloodthirsty Viking to a duel.
6/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a topical spin through the week's news.
6/6 Peter asks an American love guru to tackle his godson Will's lack of success with women.
2/6 As Pip grows older, his prospects slowly improve. But Estella remains proud.
3/3 Alam goes on a dangerous journey to the glittering promise of Europe.
1/12 The great detective traces a compromising photo, but meets his match in Irene Adler.
7/20 Dr Lydgate attends the poorly Reverend Casaubon, and Fred's debts trouble the Garth family
9/10 David Thomson explores flying in film, and how it merges with our desire to escape.
2/5 The young cub becomes confused when his mother abandons him, but a new friend awaits.
2/5 Adam Nicolson recalls his mother leaving home as tourism takes over from farming.
Mel learns about the tennis scoring system and the history of The Diary of Anne Frank.
6/6 When her mother inherits money, can Iris and fiance Bernard stop her from being swindled?
2/6 As fires erupt, why is Ralph Exon's new plant strain mutation growing so rapidly?
2/5 A young orphan is given a home by his elderly cousin. But how hospitable is the old man?
2/5 Paint shop staff start seeing mortality in a row of houses. It has a melancholy effect.
1/4 A traffic jam tests househusband Tom Whyte and his family en route to a wedding.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Peacock and Gamble speak to Matt Lucas.
5/6 The future of the shop's much-loved Wall of Crisps comes under threat from the EU.
3/6 Dave is still separated. Can he get his life back on track by getting a job?
1/4 The writer enumerates the many and varied methods of engendering facial contact.
Wednesday 26 June 2013