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.
2/5 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.
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
6/6 Tommy and Sheila decide to play one last gig... before their comeback tour. From July 2002
1/6 The shy solicitor's clerk courts disaster, as he pursues a reckless client.
3/5 Tensions start to grow on the holiday island, as a murder investigation gets underway.
8/8 Stern holds a press conference, but farce ensues when the diaries are declared fake.
18/20 Dick is finally closing in on his sworn enemy. Will Snowy's fig addiction be useful?
1/6 Marcia quits sophisticated London for a doctor's surgery on a remote Northumbrian island.
6/6 Oh dear - this week, Marcus Brigstocke has been given his own railway franchise to run.
The lad's hopes of seeing a night of dance at Covent Garden don't quite go to plan.
12/13 Arabian Desert dancers, and the bare truth of Lady Godiva. With John Cleese and Bill Oddie
3/6 Poking fun at King Henry VIII, it's Roy Hudd's historical royal romp.
6/6 Eliott and Esther are on the brink of admitting their attraction, but there's a snag.
1/2 Little boy Kay Harker sets out on a magical quest to find treasure.
3/3 By Hilary Lloyd. The author recalls life on a smallholding in the Welsh Marches.
When Hollywood picked up Ray's low-budget film, he thought he'd left England for good.
8/15 Gilbert reveals how Jamaican fighters face racism from Americans and the British.
11/15 German writer Jakob Arjouni's Turkish sleuth, Kemal Kayankaya, reflects a reunited Germany
3/5 Continuing his African journey, the author ponders turning 60 as he returns to Uganda.
3/5 Watching is one thing, playing is another. Lynne describes her enduring passion for golf.
Mel Giedroyc learns how to train to become a football referee.
3/6 Victoria tries to change Emily's marriage plans, while Charlotte has a new (old) lover.
8/8 It looks like decision time for Daphne - can she face leaving Mau? South Seas adventure.
2/4 The narrator and his sister face the swine-like creatures' terrifying siege.
3/8 Fred MacAulay brings you the pick of the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival.
2/4 Harvey is struggling to come up with a Valentine's idea for Jax.
4/6 More from Jane Austen's lost novella, cinema trips and a new posh British blockbuster.
4/6 The station is only attracting Z-list Asian celebrities, but then a top 'royal' phones in.
Thursday 8 August 2013