5/6 His plan foiled, the Doctor transports to Egypt to confront his enemy.
Lisa gives up everything for her lover, and wanders a disused psychiatric hospital.
From Dylan to Neil Young, Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park shares his castaway choices
2/3 By Katherine Mansfield. A wealthy family's lavish gathering is threatened by an accident.
Ned Sherrin tells the story of Coyle and Sharpe, who did street interviews in '60s America
3/3 Time for your close-up! Caroline Quentin investigates life among the hoofers.
7/13 A comedy celebration of the Queen's 25 years on the throne.
2/3 A weekend of tangled relationships moves to the living room of a country house.
The tale of a car saved from the scrapyard, that takes a family on a magical adventure.
1/4 The detectives probe a man's disappearance en route to Leeds.
7/8 Kenneth Junior makes a request from hospital, and Tony learns more about Paul Young.
1/4 Grumpy Victor Meldrew is about to lose his job. Adapted from TV, with Richard Wilson.
6/6 Comedians try to smuggle truths past their opponents in David Mitchell's comedy panel game
12/16 Kenneth Horne makes Fleet Street headlines, and visits the Bona Private Detective Agency.
Chief Petty Officer Pertwee starts fundraising for a cause - his own financial black hole.
2/6 Pip and Harry find themselves building an entire railway network to catch Benevolent.
3/6 Tyson's other grandad Rex is the bane of Sandy's life. Can he get even?
1/4 The arrival of a circus challenges the provincial thinking of two local businessmen.
2/3 By Kellie Jackson. A royal visit has a disturbing impact on two young Gurkha brothers.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
1/5 'Consider everything useful information.' Richard Novak is in pain. What does it mean?
31/120 Ireland's turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty
6/10 Amir embraces America, but a call from Afghanistan stirs up painful memories.
1/5 The much-missed broadcaster, writer and musician shares the tale of his stolen pram.
Mel Giedroyc salutes the humble wellie boot and takes us on a tour of a pasta factory.
4/6 Renowned clarinettist Jack Brymer joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
1/3 Abby and Zara were created by pan-dimensional beings to help save space and time.
5/5 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis conclude the current run of topical stand-up, sketch and song.
4/6 From bunk chairs to helium-filled bubble wrap, Neil Innes selects the best loopy idea.
Tuesday 11 February 2014