6/10 Searching for Earth, the starship Challenger heads towards star cluster Tersus 9.
1/5 By AA Calmet. Are vampires real? 18th-century witnesses suggest a definitive answer.
Can a lonely rat catcher keep his promise to a mermaid, or lose her forever?
2/7 After another killing, Lord Peter Wimsey questions an evasive would-be divorcee.
1/5 The anonymous English hero is now in a German prison. But there's been an air raid.
5/6 Unusual pets and shock elections in the bizarre sketch comedy world.
2/6 Beauty has the hots for Wayne, but warring couples intervene.
1/2 Young aristocrat Alexander Ashbrook runs away from the Hospital for Deserted Children.
3/3 By Elizabeth Reeder. A man makes a life-changing decision as his lover tends to a relative
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
3/8 The city gents' new business makes them money, but at what cost? From November 1984.
6/6 Lucy regrets helping to write a book, while Daniel is on an odd night out.
3/7 With murders to investigate, a suspect takes a shine to well-bred sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey
2/5 Facing a perilous flight across occupied Europe, the English hero must rely on his wits.
3/4 Retired English master Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls his most memorable detentions.
3/8 The Luton Laureate entertains with songs and poems about glasses, with the Popticians.
4/6 A sketch that is much, much too rude, and advice on how to deal with bullies.
Neddie Seagoon offers to lead an expedition to bring back a yehti - from Yorkshire.
12/13 Terry is in despair over his mate Bob's stag night. Adapted from TV with James Bolam.
1/6 Steve Punt, Susan Calman and the Now Show team present a comedic look at the week's news.
3/4 The warring radio spouses welcome Mike Smith and Sarah Greene. From January 1999.
2/2 Toby and Aaron dream of finding their parents, but Toby's benefactor has other plans.
1/3 By Nicola White. A shy schoolgirl fears the worst when she attends a religious retreat.
5/5 When a miller's daughter marries a nobleman, it's the start of a terrifying adventure.
2/10 Vera writes from India, while Irene does some stirring over her pregnant daughter.
6/10 Cartographers always have to keep one eye on the map and one on new territorial disputes.
7/10 As Natalia recalls her grandfather's past, the truth about the failed tiger hunt emerges.
2/5 Recalling driving and his hospital job, the American author takes a journey around Britain
Mel Giedroyc presents Harry Hill with his birthday bumps.
2/6 With the press on the prowl, Ambassador Mackenzie's memoirs spark Embassy havoc.
7/10 The Challenger has found its sister starship, but the crew are living in total isolation.
2/5 By Aleksey Tolstoy. Father Gorcha goes into the mountains, fearing he may come back wrong.
A passenger on a summer voyage to New York is curious about an artist and his new wife.
3/6 Dave Gorman and Brian Sewell chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.
2/6 Saint David, Saint Patrick and Gerald of Wales are put to the Totaliser Test.
3/6 The show where no sketch features more than one voice. With Jeremy Clarkson.
5/5 Sheffield singer John Shuttleworth sets out to be a nicer, more approachable person.
Wednesday 2 October 2013