By Rosemary Timperley. Can Mary refuse the voice claiming to be her grandfather?
4/4 Living with his monstrous insect form, Gregor faces the ultimate rejection by his family.
1/4 Bill Nighy returns as the actor-sleuth. A vampire film is claiming victims on set and off.
4/5 Passions run high as the detectives tackle an arson attack on a Leeds lingerie shop.
1/6 Comic electoral shocks galore in Chesbury, as it faces the unlikeliest of new mayors.
1/4 New dentist Marty arrives at a very dysfunctional practice. Will he have the patients?
1/2 When provincial Denise arrives in Paris, she soon catches the eye of seducer Octave Mouret
4/5 For a wee while, housewife Shona thought she had won the lottery. Then reality kicked in.
Ariadne arranges funeral memorials, but her husband has plotted his own final surprise.
1/4 Murie's injury leads to an unexpected closeness with Phonsie Doherty. With TP McKenna.
2/6 Roy is making a video diary, Chad is giving a speech and Jane finds solace in the weed.
2/4 Simon Brett's actor-turned-sleuth goes fishing and hooks a corpse.
5/5 With a woman missing, the duo are sucked into the virtual world of online role playing.
2/6 Edward wakes up with urgent news, but who will listen?
1/4 Tom finds himself baffled by the weird world of parking enforcement.
7/13 Harold quits for a new career as a TV repair man. Adapted from TV. From August 1966.
The family are planning their summer holiday, but will it be plain sailing?
6/6 It's the end of the school year, and the end of an era.
5/6 Freddy is after buzzwords, but will Maddox's scoop on the Prime Minister get spiked?
2/2 After her dismissal from department store, Denise is determined to find other work.
5/5 Is a new member of the congregation the answer to a cash-strapped pastor's prayers?
A couple living by the Severn desperately search for dry land and croissants.
5/5 There's jubilant singing at the Chapel of Women.
9/10 How increasing prosperity and car ownership challenged the bicycle's popularity in the 60s
10/12 Battling to find his missing brother James, William Caldicott gets a fresh lead.
5/5 Whatever happened to Jean Francois Sudre's universal language? Read by Andrew Sachs.
Mel introduces a tour of a famous pencil factory.
4/6 Bill gets an unwanted birthday surprise, while Dennis' attempt to woo Liza backfires.
By Bram Stoker. Malcolm discovers the truth of absurd prejudices around an empty property.
Hawaiian Keawe buys a bottle promising love, fame and money, but there's a drawback.
1/13 The first heat of the 2013 BBC Radio New Comedy Award, hosted by Susan Calman.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Ray Peacock speaks to David Nobbs.
6/6 After the band splits, Jemaine holds auditions in the toilets. From October 2005.
Saturday 7 September 2013