6/8 Mau, Daphne and Ataba have found a golden door deep in a cave. South Seas adventure.
6/6 On the day of the festival, Saul and the Guardians prepare to fight.
1/5 The amateur sleuth's peaceful island break is destroyed by a death and a photo.
6/8 Stern is due to publish the scoop, but doubts set in about the authenticity of the diaries
16/20 Dick's friends are once more endangered. This only spurs him onto harder pursuit.
1/4 The stand-up rewrites the UK citizenship test to reflect his ideas about modern Britain.
4/4 De-cluttering his house, Gerard's friends all get gifts, leaving Tamsin less than thrilled
A Scot, invalided in 1918, writes a book about the eccentricities of the English.
1/3 By Jane Matthews. A sojourn with seals and puffins on a small island off Pembrokeshire.
Nikki Bedi and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
7/8 British week in the People's Republic showcases a double-decker bus and clog dancing.
4/6 Struggling with the impact of his parallel worlds, Robin meets a woman from his old life.
2/5 After Major Palgrave's sudden death, Miss Marple wonders if it was murder.
7/8 A historian is recruited to study the diaries. He is convinced at first, but soon wonders.
17/20 Trapped once more, Dick and Freddie discover something new about their sometime adversary.
1/6 The shy solicitor's clerk courts disaster, as he pursues a reckless client.
4/7 Chaired by Miles Jupp, with Nick Helm, Isy Suttie and Dougie Anderson.
London's trams are no more, but boss Seagoon must pursue the one that got away.
4/13 Bob and Terry take an eventful trip down memory lane. From August 1975.
6/7 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
6/6 John Hegley entertains an audience with his book of verse. From December 1996.
In 1930s London, would-be poet Gordon Comstock tries hard not to conform.
2/3 By Patricia Barrie. The author recalls her bedroom window view as a child confined to bed.
Sophia recalls the holidays spent with her grandmother on an island in the Gulf of Finland
7/15 Hortense's landlady Queenie tells of her war job, and her boring husband.
11/20 Matt is still in St Petersburg, and Lilian's getting worried.
2/5 The travel writer ignores warnings and heads to Sudan, and learns a lesson in Ethiopia.
2/5 In 1999, Lynne is sent to Madison Square Garden to report on the Holyfield-Lewis fight.
The Inheritance Books of top authors visiting the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
6/6 Tommy and Sheila decide to play one last gig... before their comeback tour. From July 2002
7/8 The Nation awaits the arrival of Cox and the cannibal raiders. South Seas adventure.
1/4 Two friends on holiday come across a terrifying tale of the supernatural.
2/8 Fred MacAulay brings you the pick of the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival.
3/4 A submarine systems failure puts the Goliath crew at the mercy of a drugs baron.
Mark tells of obtaining permits in his campaign against the Serious Organised Crime Act.
3/4 Mordrin decides to call up an ogre to deal with his erratic bin collections.
3/6 The cartoonist searches for the secret meaning of life, said to be written on a sausage.
Wednesday 7 August 2013