4/4 Death is nowhere to be found, the nodes need attention, and Princess Keli is in danger.
1/5 By John Connolly. A young woman deals with two tormentors by unexpected means.
1/5 A mild-mannered doctor and his monstrous alter ego. Read by Tim Pigott-Smith.
5/6 The sleuth runs off to Cornwall, but there's no escaping murder and mystery - or James!
1/5 Old friend Louis Carlyle approaches the blind sleuth to solve a case of forgery.
4/4 The stand-up rewrites the UK Citizenship Test to reflect his ideas about modern Britain.
3/6 Arthur is in awe when a film star joins a flight, while Douglas has to disguise 30 knights
2/2 Hotly pursued for a notebook, Hannay must evade German spies to save the British navy.
1/3 By Jason Donald. A lethargic jobseeker spies an opportunity to be a hero.
Danny Wallace and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
2/4 The priest hands out food aid, but it's soon the focus for political violence.
1/6 After yet another night on the tiles, Lucy drags Dan to the gym. From June 2002.
6/6 The sleuths investigate the Cornish murder - but can James forgive and forget?
2/5 The blind sleuth tackles a train crash. Was it an accident or something more nefarious?
4/6 Edgar and young Robert have been kidnapped, but is it a case of mistaken identity?
7/7 Miles Jupp discovers how well a panel of celebrity guests know their nearest and dearest.
Winston Seagoon battles the Big Brother Corporation. Can he survive Room 101?
7/13 Bob takes Terry to be restyled at the hairdressers. From September 1975.
2/6 Rory and team joined by Gillian Tett, of the FT, and financial journalist Max Keiser.
2/4 With Gyles Brandreth, John O'Farrell, Natalie Haynes and Richard Herring.
1/2 Richard Hannay is engaged by the War Office to foil German plans for holy war in the East.
2/3 By Cynthia Rogerson. A gallery attendant muses on love and loneliness. Read by Paul Young.
1/5 Watson's ex-commanding officer alarms his family due to an interest in spiritualism.
7/10 Robert determines to find a link between George Talboys's dead wife and his aunt.
17/20 Lilian makes a bad mistake, and Dmitry is trying to prove his love.
2/12 Arriving at James's house, William looks for clues in his brother's mystery disappearance.
2/5 Family disaster in 1972, with many cross-border matrimonial raids doomed to end in tears.
Sculptor Antony Gormley takes us on a walk around Edinburgh.
3/6 Crossed wires for Bernard when he overhears his dad talking to a doctor.
1/4 When Bernie catches the wrong bus, he is transported back to 16th century Rome.
2/5 By Vega Powell. Remembering a distant love affair, a Spaniard meets an odd waiter.
2/5 Hyde is wanted for murder and disappears. But what is his connection to Dr Jekyll?
2/4 Mark profiles the 'first modern celebrity' in English cricketing and Victorian society.
3/6 The ex-variety star is convinced he can play Malcolm's grandpa in a toffee commercial.
2/4 The poet-in-residence is determined to track down his muse, whichever chippy she works in.
6/6 The cartoonist boldly tells the truth to end his series - a less-than-wise career move?
Wednesday 28 August 2013