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1/4 Mystery space tourist deaths land two planet cleaners with a new contract.
1/4 By Bram Stoker. The Count looks out for a curious Englishman. Read by Dan Stevens.
From Elgar to the Beatles, the Good Life and Manor Born star shares her castaway choices.
2/4 Michael Feydeau and David Pershore probe the mysterious curse of a mummy.
A small dog called Hector comes to dominate his mistress's life while her fiance is abroad
This is an ode to radio, rare records and anyone who has sought solace in the wireless.
Chic Murray's daughter chats to Sally Magnusson about her life with the Scottish comedian.
5/6 Stay the way you are with unexpected adjustments. Cult sketch show starring Denise Coffey.
A Swiss mountain girl must leave her grandfather to move to Frankfurt with her aunt.
4/5 To what lengths is bespectacled 11-year-old George prepared to go, to win Tamsin's heart?
3/6 With rival factions desperate for his latest invention, Professor Calculus goes missing.
2/6 As the sabotage and murder trail continues, Mortimer Hive is invited to make a speech.
5/5 The detectives are challenged by a 14-year-old who's more than a chip off the old block.
5/6 Daniel and Lucy hire Nigel the builder to prepare for the new baby.
5/6 Regulars Tim, Graeme and Barry are joined by David Mitchell. Jack Dee chairs.
4/16 A funny turn from the Round Table Knights, and a bona peek in Kenneth Horne's wardrobe.
It's Troutbridge's 25th, and Pertwee plans some special commemorative gifts.
6/6 Can the internet be trusted? Victoria Coren puts this question to her guests.
1/6 The sitcom formally known as 'Unnatural Acts' gets a new title - and a new arrival.
The spymaster addresses new recruits, triggering memories of an eventful life.
1/5 Middle age is taking a toll on Martin and friends. Is a healthier diet really the answer?
Nikki Bedi and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
1/5 Recipes and Christmas survival tips from the worst of pen friends Vera and Irene.
26/30 The impact of economic improvements on children in the second half of the 20th century.
1/5 Tales of the vanishing charms and eccentric characters of a fictional Surrey village.
1/5 And in a packed programme, a future comedy star is born opposite a fire station.
Mel presents some seasonal science with Dick and Dom's How Dangerous Is Your Christmas.
2/6 The last five people left on Earth try to elect a head of the household.
1/5 One man survives a wild Antarctic storm against all odds. What is his chilling secret?
6/10 MacLeod sees chilling photos of occult influence and fears for his family and friends.
1/5 By Angela Carter. A virginal English soldier finds himself in a deserted Romanian village.
6/7 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
6/8 The Luton laureate muses on school puddings and asks his audience 'how long is your dog?'.
Tuesday 17 December 2013