Movie legend Vincent Price takes the bait, and tells a tale of horror from Down Under.
2/4 Cut by a tainted blade, young Jarral faces death unless his three friends can save him.
1/6 Budget cuts spark conflict at the Cambridge college, and Gilbert is plotting.
7/10 DS Dalziel and his murder suspect are both due on stage in the local Mysteries.
7/20 After a tip-off from a cat, Dick and Freddie are confronted by knife-wielding apes.
4/7 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
4/6 The poet laureate of alternative comedy, John Hegley, entertains an audience. From 1996.
2/2 The castaway searches for more adventure in the far north wastes of Siberia.
7/10 Sophia and Jan gamble all on the tulip markets, but will they have enough time?
Age is no barrier for a group of older people who decide to make their wishes come true.
4/6 Tommy and Sheila help to sort their son Murray's career and love-life.
3/4 Retired English master Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls a pupil set for Olympic glory.
2/6 The Master and the Dean's feud intensifies as a student is found cheating.
8/10 Andrew Dalziel learns of a tragic accident on chief suspect Philip Swain's farm.
8/20 Dick and Freddie strike lucky when they discover the smugglers' secret stash.
5/6 Feeling snubbed over Rabbi Abraham's Royal invite, Rabbi Su finds a new boyfriend.
4/6 Marcus has been volunteered to be the face, not to say beard and glasses, of British food.
MCC chairman Sid makes the lad England's cricket captain, but bets on Australia to win.
10/13 Problem corner, and Robinson Prunestone gets marooned. Songs and sketches with John Cleese
1/6 Poking fun at King Arthur, Roy Hudd takes a royal romp through history. From August 1995.
4/6 Eliott, Esther and Hannah battle to promote an American dish to the British palate.
1/3 Ruthless Arabella Trefoil wants to keep her engagement to John Morton a secret.
8/10 Sophia's plan for escape is desperate, but will it be enough to convince her husband?
A naval chef plans a grand farewell dinner, just as his son is sent to the Iraq war.
3/5 Still on her package holiday, Vera is abducted by Transylvanian separatists.
5/15 Mark Lawson discusses the influence of Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo's Martin Beck novels.
3/10 On the trail of a missing New Yorker, Sir Edward Leithen heads to the wilds of Canada.
3/5 Byron Rogers goes in search of those who provide the wallpaper of the movies, the extras.
Mel explores the amazing life of the real-life Professor Calculus.
1/6 More sisterly bickering in Beckenham, but why is Victoria learning to speak French?
Horror legend Vincent Price tells the chilling tale of a violinist with very special hands
3/4 Jarral and his friends head to Prince Mephtik's garden, where a battle awaits them.
4/4 Martin Bain-Jones is left in the studio, while Craig has a dubious new job.
Tom Wrigglesworth chats to stand-up comedian Tiernan Douieb.
2/6 Bergerac and Lovejoy on Leather Island, and Ukraine's Eurovision entry.
2/6 Is the London Asian radio station about to lose its star presenter?
Thursday 25 July 2013