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2/10 Heading for a home they have never known, the crew must come to terms with shocking news.
by Margaret St Clair. Telepathic horror for a female astronaut. Read by Catherine Cusack.
2/5 Could a tragic marriage from 1677 have implications for a couple tying the knot today?
2/4 Charles wants to take Sophia away from her troubled family, as the murder mystery deepens.
A medium with a laptop bumps into Jimmy, who just happens to be her dead brother.
8/8 Derek has confronted the diamond thief, but is this his most dangerous adversary?
6/6 Rory Bremner and team are joined by journalist George Monbiot and author Mark Stevenson.
2/4 The husband and wife radio presenters humiliate Juliet Stevenson. From January 1999.
2/2 Sita has been abducted by a ruthless warlord. Rama enlists the help of an army of monkeys.
2/3 By Sheila Hannon. Sheila's extraordinary encounter seems to make time stand still.
1/5 Mr Higgins appears every inch the perfect jovial gentleman.
1/6 Toxic waste is a challenge for Ambassador Mackenzie on his Eastern Bloc posting.
2/4 Retired English master Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls his most memorable detentions.
2/8 Poems from the Luton Laureate including tales of the Tate, a jumble sale and an armadillo.
3/4 A new will is read, love letters are found and arrests are made. Sophia is now keen to wed
Cruelty and silence lead a man to confront the horrors of his past in a vast house.
2/6 A school chum visits hapless vicar Timothy, while teenage tearaways terrorise residents.
5/6 Janet Ellis's diaries show that her love of arts and crafts started long before Blue Peter
Making no money in showbusiness, the lad sees his future in selling coffee.
6/13 Solutions for unemployment, and Professor Prune hears a strange echo.
4/6 Rosie fancies a dishy French estate agent, but Nancy reckons she saw him first.
1/6 Maverick hack George Cragge fears a serial killer is on the loose. From November 1999.
1/2 4 Extra Debut. Romance, scandal and pig-napping in a timeless comic classic.
3/3 By Dann Casswell. Three friends take a subterranean canoe trip at 3am beneath Bristol.
2/5 Farmer Nathan showers love and money on son Ben, but he has ambitions above his station.
8/10 Single mother-to-be Jane returns home to find her boarding house deserted.
2/10 Mike Parker finds out what makes the ideal map for steering us through the urban jungle.
3/10 As Natalia questions her grandfather's past, memories of a pledge are conjured up.
3/5 Why has Leonardo da Vinci's painting beguiled people through the ages?
Mel Giedroyc introduces the next chapter of Tom's Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce.
4/6 Butterthwaite is getting a new museum - can Graham get an exclusive on the opening?
3/10 After their devastating news, the starship's crew face peril from a once-benign force.
3/5 By Gregory Benford. The mystery behind the moon jumping orbit. Read by Peter Marinker.
3/5 Sarah returns to her home village, and relives the scandal and tragedy of her sister.
5/6 The comedy guru and pals tackle the thorny topic of costly children's parties.
1/6 Captain Brimshaw's father orders him to marry his cousin in England. 1770 America sitcom.
1/7 The ground-breaking phone-in show, hosted by the legendary Gary Bellamy.
Thursday 26 September 2013