8/10 The crew of Challenger have mounted an escape, but their starship has vanished.
3/5 By Guy de Maupassant. A Brazilian ship sparks alarming visions for our hero.
Our whole 2009 listener-led Chain Gang story, with all its twists and turns.
4/7 New clues surface in Lord Peter Wimsey's investigation, thanks to a murder victim's cousin
3/5 The English hero is intercepted in his battle to cross enemy territory on horseback.
5/6 The old rogue has something he wants to ask Nancy, but Father has his own plans.
2/6 Hack George Cragge hunts a serial killer, while the BBC tackles spin. From November 1999.
Two fresco plasterers get on with preparing the Sistine Chapel for boss man Michelangelo.
2/3 By Merryn Glover. A kindly old fisherman and his minister find a sliver of common ground.
1/3 Recently widowed Sophie finds herself drawn to a girl featured in a 17th-century portrait.
5/6 Butterthwaite's frustrated cub reporter Graham faces a steep learning curve.
3/6 Miss Tilling is getting in touch with her spiritual side, but vicar Timothy is not so keen
5/7 Unravelling property rules throws up fresh clues for Lord Peter Wimsey's probe.
4/5 Our hero makes it to Romania, but trouble is in store on the way to Istanbul.
6/6 The airing of Roy's video diary is merely the prelude to an apocalyptic finale.
4/6 Mrs Birkett locks horns with Lovely Sue, while Alok and Sanjay find a new cool friend.
3/20 Mainwaring's platoon causes havoc in Walmington-on-Sea during an air-raid.
Tim Brooke-Taylor is sick of playing women in the pun-packed sketch show. With John Junkin
5/6 The argy bargy of Chesbury politics presents a brand new Chestnut and a spot of blackmail.
1/4 A wedding party en route to Exeter is delayed by a car on the track.
Joseph Millson reads Alfred, Lord Tennyson's 1855 dark and lyrical poem Maud.
3/3 By Kirsty Logan. A spoilt princess craves possession of the one thing she can't have.
2/3 In the 1600s, Henrietta has been abducted. In the modern day, Sophie visits the island.
4/10 After a fall out with Vera, Irene is off to Australia to see her pregnant daughter.
8/10 Mike Parker asks if Ordnance Survey can maintain its hold on the national topography.
9/10 Natalia's grandfather relates his third encounter with the deathless man.
4/5 The American author on getting soaked and being pestered by a passenger.
Mel Giedroyc raids the Questions Questions archive for the tale of the message in a bottle
1/6 Stella is planning her retirement, but will her grown-up children survive without her?
9/10 The starship Challenger's crew act on suspicions in their battle to find Earth.
4/5 By Mary Wilkins Freeman. A New England beauty has a deadly effect on all who care for her.
3/6 Topical sketch show which anyone can write for. With Justin Edwards.
5/6 A reservoir of malice is created in a discordant mix of surreal comedy and easy listening.
Friday 4 October 2013