Liberator stalwarts Vila and Gan recall how their odyssey began - in exotic Croydon.
3/3 By James Hogg. Lady Wheelhope becomes dangerously obsessed with a mysterious servant.
4/6 Rupert believes Lt Drummond Keith is boorish, but at least his abode is interesting.
4/10 Inspired by the success of another gang, Darren decides it's time to get serious.
4/6 When Perkins befriends the Carnival Queen, the workmates plot a little sabotage.
4/6 Pierce Egan tries sharing Tom, Bob and Jerry's adventures around town.
4/4 Humphrey and Maud dash for freedom from the cruel captain, but Japan is 600 miles away.
3/3 Battle-scarred from her Russian relationships, can creativity bring Chiara salvation?
Rare insight into Niall's relationship with his dad, when they go bird watching in Hungary
4/6 Desperate to move house, Stella tries burying the hatchet with the neighbours.
3/4 The host presents a selection of classic comic songs with special guest Howard Read.
5/6 The ethnologist's three sisters become alarmed when he suddenly refuses to speak.
5/10 DI Charlie Resnick recalls his 1980s nemesis, the soon-to-be-paroled John Prior.
5/6 There's a timeshare shock in the sketch comedy for people growing older disgracefully.
2/4 Ian Rankin explains why not to get on the wrong side of a crime writer.
4/13 Harold is not happy to meet Albert's new girlfriend. With Wilfrid Brambell.
Ben needs jokes for his big speech at the Festival of Britain. Can the family help?
3/6 The spread of damaging rumours creates a nightmare scenario for Mr Sims.
2/6 Circulation is going through the roof as the old newspaper hacks struggle with new media.
A famous Gambian musician comes to London to record with a fading English rock star.
A young sailor's family loyalty is tested after his mother makes an innocent request.
14-year-old Sharmila avoids the grief from her mother's death in Hindu mythology.
15/15 Confronted by the consequences of her actions, Queenie makes a difficult decision.
15/15 Russian and Ukrainian crime writers Akunin and Kurkov. Is Dostoevsky still an influence?
5/10 Doctor Fitzpiers and Grace Melbury's paths cross on Midsummer's Eve in Little Hintock.
5/5 The biographer confronts ageing and death in his family and discovers a 'poisoned chalice'
Mel Giedroyc is in the mood for movies as she asks, what makes a great cinema ending?
1/6 Bill is back home, but what are the chances of a romantic weekend?
1/3 The Federation thinks it has seen the last of outlaw Roj Blake when he's framed and exiled
2/4 4 Extra Debut. Simon Munnery debunks the image of one of England's forgotten folk heroes.
7/18 Arthur Smith eats canvas when Max and Ivan take him wrestling.
8/18 The excitable Pattie Brewster gives us her unique guide to the Fringe.
4/6 Marcus Brigstocke introduces the actor to social media, herbal supplements and exercise.
9/18 Arthur Smith tries to find the truth amongst the lies from Alex Horne.
3/6 The Kiwi band face fan propositions. Improvised by Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement.
Saturday 17 August 2013