6/10 With the Angel computers weakened, the starship is plunging into a black hole.
2/6 Novice sorcerer Arcos is appalled by Kaddah's behaviour, and Alviza is attacked mentally.
5/8 The death toll mounts as the suave sleuth journeys to an island on the River Thames.
6/14 Grant is confined to a hospital bed, when he ends up with some help from across the pond.
1/4 Behind the lazy assumptions about threats to society, starting with the food industry.
4/6 Beauty is quite taken with a charismatic visitor to Mrs Blanchard's local church.
3/11 Eddie cannot speak, but expresses his feelings by drawing musical scores. Stars Phil Davis
Einstein said the most joy in his life came from his violin. Brian Foster investigates.
4/11 Teenage rebellion threatens to destroy two families on the streets of West London.
5/8 Charles and George hire a secretary to boost their new business.
2/6 With his parallel universes collided, Robin is critical of Dirk's Cafe Apocalypse.
6/8 A murder mystery on a lonely island, as the suave sleuth finds a clue pointing to Paris.
7/14 Brent tips Grant off about Tyrrell, the murderer of the Princes in the Tower.
1/6 The all-women sketch show starring Lynda Bellingham, Gwyneth Strong and Joanna Monro.
6/6 The final episode asks why it is that posh men's trousers are all the same colour.
How Neddie 'invented' the barrage balloon and other wartime (mis)adventures.
1/6 David Jason's probe of modern life sets out to comprehend cash. With Miriam Margolyes.
3/6 Steve Punt and Jon Culshaw present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
1/4 Yorkshire builders Johnny and Arthur tool up for a warring couple.
5/11 Stephanie's childhood is spent with her warring family in a box.
David Rayvern Allen asks what happens when opera singers fall silent. With Norma Burrowes.
Over the cacophony of a bustling Indian market, a distinctive jacket seems to beckon Raju.
6/11 Alan Cumming stars as Andy, a telephone operator who starts to get some threatening calls.
1/2 Sophie Grigson takes a look at the impact mustard has had on language and agriculture.
2/20 Ambitious Becky awaits a marriage proposal, while Amelia meets old friend Dobbin.
2/4 Alan Dein talks to Paulette Pelosi, who recalls singing pop songs of the time.
7/10 Betrayed by someone within the service, British spy Sally finds herself on the run.
2/5 Musings on fame and fans, Shakespeare's Globe and early theatre-going in Eastbourne.
Mel hears some legends about King Arthur, plus what are 'living' books?
4/6 Fortified by caffeine, nicotine and alcohol, the diplomats tackle the drug barons.
7/10 Dragged into an artificial black hole, the Challenger crew face Spaceguard Six.
3/6 Shaznir calls on the power of the Deadlands, while Arcos meets a strange Brotherhood.
5/6 Dave Gorman and Sid Waddell chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.
The Comedy Club offers two hours of laughs. Jon Holmes is joined by Piff the Magic Dragon.
4/6 Henry Morton Stanley, the 58 Wales World Cup team and Alfred Russell Wallace face the vote
5/6 From ineffectual showbiz reporting to properly saying goodbye to Mister Chips.
2/6 The stand-up comedian looks back at past performances at the Edinburgh Festival.
Wednesday 16 October 2013