By Rosemary Timperley. Can Mrs Grove really talk with her husband beyond the grave?
1/4 Gregor Samsa wakes one day to find himself hideously transformed into a monstrous insect.
4/6 The Roman sleuth sets off with raw recruits to cross the Rhine into Barbarian territory.
1/5 A burglary upsurge on one street sees the duo probe an odd deception amongst students.
1/6 Talking coins and cows with Tom Basden, Stefan Golaszewski, Tim Key and Lloyd Woolf.
4/6 The air crew dodge a fuel and financial crisis with the aid of the Scottish cricket team.
1/3 When the beautiful Undine Spragg arrives in New York, she sets her sights on Ralph Marvell
1/5 A gunman walks into a vegetarian restaurant in Edinburgh.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
3/4 The Italian priest finds beauty in the most unattractive of circumstances.
2/6 Dan's best mate Andy is surprised to meet Lucy's old school chum. From June 2002.
5/6 The Roman detective is worried when the prisoners finally meet legendary priestess Veleda.
2/5 As the duo probe the near-drowning of an ex-student in Leeds, they unearth an old secret.
5/6 In London, Robert gets into trouble and the solicitor's clerk receives an unlikely visitor
Clare and Brian try relationship counselling. Recorded at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
As a Dimberger, Neddie Seagoon sets out to dethrone a Heidelberger. Stars Spike Milligan.
8/13 Terry is not keen to meet Bob's snobbish friends.
3/6 Rory Bremner and team are joined by guests Debra Stephenson and Dr David Runciman.
3/4 Clive Anderson's quiz, with Mark Steel, John O'Farrell, Chris Addison and David Quantick.
2/3 Leaving New York, Undine travels to Paris where she meets a charming French aristocrat.
2/5 An aging diva is about to be interviewed by her occasional lover. But he's indisposed.
5/5 The sleuth recalls the case of an extraordinary man helping to solve a diabolical crime.
2/5 Building the walls and visions of valour. Christine de Pizan's allegorical fantasy.
19/20 Matt is in serious danger, and Lilian tries to face down the enemy.
7/12 William learns about his missing brother James's unconventional lovelife in Provence.
2/5 Distinguished French physicist Rene Blondlot is now unknown - why?
Mel introduces the first part of John Yeoman's story, The Boy Who Sprouted Antlers.
4/6 A saucy letter sparks suspicions for Iris. Is Bernard having an affair?
By Rosemary Timperley. Young Rachel finds her whole life blighted by one encounter.
2/4 Gregor is adapting to his new insect form, but his family find it harder to accept.
3/4 The radical comedian profiles the fascinating life and character of the silent film star.
4/6 The bumbling veteran prepares to face the elements, but can he survive the wilderness?
3/4 The poet-in-residence has a run-in with 'the man', which gets his creative juices flowing.
1/5 Sheffield singer John Shuttleworth takes Ken on a radio cruise. From June 1995.
Wednesday 4 September 2013