Five men with a wicker basket arrive at Tildy's house, but not to do her shopping.
2/3 Valery is taken out to dinner by his interrogator, but is all quite what it seems?
From Mozart to Meat Loaf, the actor, comic and writer shares his castaway choices.
A retired Irishman sustains himself by imagining working the farm he lost back home.
6/6 A documentary maker films endangered hairstyles in the cosmic comedy of connections.
6/10 Matt is still in St Petersburg, and Lilian is getting worried.
2/3 Eric Hawkins recalls studying in France and Germany during the 1930s rise of fascism.
The family worries when Joe is seen calling in at the doctor's surgery.
Miles takes Sylvie for a weekend away, but his wife intervenes.
4/6 Chrissie falls deeper under Catharsis's spell, while Ecky hacks into the cult's computer.
2/5 The Cuthberts send the feisty girl off to school, but trouble lies ahead.
1/6 4 Extra Debut. A retired soldier finds himself threatened by a flowerbed.
1/10 The jazz-loving cop sees parallels to the 1960s after a spate of armed robberies.
5/6 Finally adjusting to his parallel life, Robin tries to convince his 'ex-wife' of the truth
6/6 Tim, Barry and Graeme are joined by Rob Brydon on the panel and Jack Dee in the chair.
6/20 Kenneth Horne heads a Bohemian Paris romp and Julian and Sandy report for the Daily Polari
12/12 Will barrister Roger manage to make up with Sally?
2/4 Paul Sinha rewrites the UK Citizenship Test to reflect his ideas about Britishness.
1/6 The town of Bristol, a cat and a thermostat combine to present Martin with a crisis.
1/4 Shipwrecked Humphrey Van Weyden is rescued by demonic skipper and seal hunter Wolf Larsen.
By Diana Hendry. A woman fails to notice that her lover is not all that he seems.
Nikki Bedi and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
11/15 Bernard explains how Indian independence is spelling the end of the Empire.
13/15 Mark Lawson investigates how Swedish society reflects in the novels of Larsson and Mankell
1/10 A tale of thwarted love and ambition set amongst the woodsmen and women of Little Hintock.
1/5 The biographer looks at his own family, having been more interested in other people's.
Mel Giedroyc gets carried away by the inventor of a real-life magic carpet.
8/8 The Embassy faces tough questions back home, with the spirit of the Armada bubbling up.
The origins of the Liberator's mysterious synthetic intelligence Zen are explored.
5/8 Fred MacAulay brings you the pick of the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival.
7/7 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
Luke Roberts tackles the big arguments and solves them using light entertainment.
Tuesday 13 August 2013