2/2 As the radioactive cloud approaches Australia, a desperate submarine mission is launched.
From Grieg to Aznavour, novelist Dame Daphne du Maurier shares her castaway choices.
The matinee is over, but who is the visitor waiting at the stage door?
The Graham dancers and Judith Mackrell discuss the 1944 dance.
The 'straight half' of famous double act Jewel and Warriss chats about his showbiz career.
Ned Sherrin investigates the lore and history of matinees in theatres.
Shopkeepers Gert and Daisy get a large dog that doesn't understand English.
Inspector Morse tackles the murder of an invigilator in a foreign exam syndicate.
2/4 The battle begins for Rusty, moving to Guildford to face her acid-tongued grandmother.
2/6 Meg faces marriage troubles, while Jo triumphs in her writing.
1/5 A chilling drama set in an imaginary Hitler-led post-war Germany.
1/5 Being hypnotised at a dinner party awakens strange abilities in Tom Wallace.
5/6 Lucy is up for promotion, but Katie can't decide on naming her baby. From June 2001.
6/6 With panellists Gyles Brandreth, Russell Kane, Richard Herring and Paul Merton.
13/13 Sea-bound drama with Moby Duck, and Kenneth Horne seeks a bona performer for the BBC's DG.
6/12 Lawyer Roger Thursby defends an author whose publisher refuses to print his new book.
6/6 After problems assembling his model schooner, Arthur goes in search of a free gift.
3/4 Sarah meets a handsome and charming Dutch pilot. Has she found the man of her dreams?
6/6 As Pip heals and faces the future, startling facts about Estella emerge.
1/5 A man's friendship with a penguin helps him come to terms with a friend's death.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
11/20 Dorothea is shocked to encounter Ladislaw, but delighted to help out Lydgate.
3/5 While Britain is spellbound by the Coronation, another royal soap opera is about to unfold
1/5 Sophie Kinsella's bestselling romantic misadventures of sisters Lottie and Fliss.
On today's show, ringmaster Mel Giedroyc takes us on a tour of a modern circus.
2/8 What goes up in the glasnost era must come down, but where is subject to negotiation.
6/6 Before American action, the British government must track down all the deadly Exon seeds.
1/5 Historian Robert Olmstead journeys to the mysterious town of Innsmouth in New England.
1/7 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
1/6 The poet laureate of alternative comedy, John Hegley presents a selection of his work.
Tuesday 2 July 2013