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.
3/5 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?
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.
3/6 Victoria tries to change Emily's marriage plans, while Charlotte has a new (old) lover.
1/6 Marcia quits sophisticated London for a doctor's surgery on a remote Northumbrian island.
4/5 With the island's murder tally now at two, the amateur sleuth needs an ally.
A good first day for a certain detective named Lewis. Morse's creator reads his own story.
19/20 Snowy's ever more bizarre methods of leaving clues yield a palpable result for Dick.
2/4 Mitch Benn plays comic songs past and present, and is joined by Isy Suttie. From 2006.
2/6 The American essayist's musing on life as an author and a satirical swipe at critics.
15/20 A German plane crash sees the platoon trying out Mainwaring's phone box drill.
A West End musical spoof, plus trouble over a ring for the Glums. Stars June Whitfield.
3/6 Perkins can't get a site phone, so his workmates get him a handset and more besides.
3/6 Pierce Egan is behind with news of slums, a king's interiors and a dog-and-monkey fight.
2/2 Kay Harker must battle evil to capture treasure. John Masefield's yarn stars Sam Salter.
By Anneliese Mackintosh. Quirky story about the apostrophe that ends a relationship.
Married to overbearing Vernon for 20 years, Shirley turns to the butcher for solace.
9/15 Jamaican Gilbert Joseph joins Queenie in a trip to the cinema but the seats are segregated
12/20 Matt goes a step too far, and Brenda is seriously frightened.
4/5 In his trip from Cairo to Cape Town, writer Paul Theroux journeys to a troubled Zimbabwe.
4/5 What could be better than to be paid to go to and write about world-class sporting events?
As Mel listens to The Defenders by Paul May, she learns the origins of the football chant.
3/6 Patrick makes the family attend a wedding, but will Stella's doubts prove justified?
1/2 After major eye surgery, a woman discovers that her vision has frighteningly new clarity.
3/4 Will the narrator and his dog survive a watery entrapment?
4/8 Fred MacAulay brings you the pick of the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival.
4/6 Thanks to some handy parental connections, the gap-year buffoon goes to Moscow.
1/4 Country music legend Wilson Dixon offers homespun philosophy and down-home songs.
5/5 Spike Milligan is this week's sketch show guest and is given a signed horse.
Friday 9 August 2013