2/8 While survivor Daphne has regrets, death god Locaha takes a hand.
2/6 After Saul and his family win a competition, strange events happen.
6/6 Can Simon gather the evidence to prove who the killer is and stop more murders?
2/8 Buying a yacht owned by Hermann Goering, Gerd Heidemann discovers a Hitler diary.
12/20 The trail of the smugglers leads Dick and the gang to an old acquaintance.
5/7 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
5/6 John Hegley entertains an audience with his book of verse. From December 1996.
2/5 Maggie Tulliver has run away, but will a passion for litigation be her father's undoing?
2/5 She insists on showing him her terrible work. He takes drastic action.
1/2 Gladys Mitchell's amateur sleuth Mrs Bradley probes alarming village events.
5/6 Will Tommy and Sheila finally achieve the recognition they deserve? From July 2002.
4/4 Retired English master Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls a large lad with a big crush.
1/3 Victorian detective Charles Craddock investigates the theft of an Earl's painting.
3/8 Discovering a set of Hitler's diaries, reporter Gerd Heidemann tracks down the supplier.
13/20 Dick has scored victories, but finds himself on the back foot when Snowy and Jock vanish.
6/6 The rabbis are submerged in baby talk, while Melvin struggles with his conscience.
5/6 Marcus tries to grasp the arguments around independence without getting himself a kilt.
After a disastrous break, the lad discovers Sid's rented his house out. From October 1956.
11/13 Back to the Roaring 1920s, and a one-sided debate. Songs and sketches with John Cleese.
2/6 A new slant on King Charles II. Roy Hudd's historical royal romp with June Whitfield.
5/6 Eliott tries to encourage US investment in the NHS - 'where there's pain, there's gain'.
3/5 Tulliver is offered an unlikely escape route from his troubles. With Sylvestra Le Touzel.
3/5 The landlord shows one of his properties, but the memories are traumatic.
2/2 Rupert Sethleigh is missing - can Mrs Bradley solve the mystery of a headless corpse?
3/15 As Jamaicans travel to England to join the war effort, news arrives about Michael.
8/15 Manuel Vazquez Montalban's Pepe Carvalho novels dramatise tensions in post-Franco Spain.
8/10 Gaillard opens up to Sir Edward Leithen to reveal the reasons behind his disappearance.
3/5 Iris Murdoch's husband reflects on married life and recalls their wedding day in 1956.
Mel Giedroyc offers author-actor-presenter Tony Robinson's favourite books.
2/6 Charlotte and Victoria's daughters take centre stage in the sisters' one-upmanship.
3/8 More survivors bring problems for Mau, who has to become Chief.
3/6 Haensel warns Elise, and Saul is summoned by Selwyn. More mystery in Roman Bath.
1/4 Harvey Easter is a family man, tone-deaf piano seller and eternal optimist.
3/6 A guitar legend, Jane Austen's lost novella and a soap opera queen.
3/6 When Auntieji upsets a listener, can Khalid save the Asian station?
Thursday 1 August 2013