A fantastical tale exploring man's fascination with eternal life and elixirs.
4/13 Captain Jet Morgan and his crew face catastrophe when their rocket loses power.
6/6 Investigating the murder of a rambler, Agatha and James go undercover as a married couple.
6/6 Wimsey is determined to finally crack the mysterious murder of an advertising copywriter.
2/6 To help out the community, Terry uses his conman skills to tackle the local crime baron.
5/6 George and Carol return from a weekend away to find a nasty surprise.
1/3 When a concert party is marooned, the lives of three dissatisfied people are entwined.
5/5 Bittersweet recollections of a childhood friendship founded on pretending games.
Beethoven's life is at crisis point - will he be able to live with his impending deafness?
2/6 With Richard Ingrams, John Sessions, Joan Sims and June Whitfield. From November 1994.
3/6 Rosie's new client is an ex-children's entertainer who is keen to relaunch his career.
1/3 The gods foretell disaster if a Trojan sovereign's second son is allowed to live.
Late cricket commentator John Arlott waxes lyrical about the rural splendour of Hampshire.
25/32 The American funny man welcomes the Erin Bode Trio, Tony DeSare and Bucky Pizzarelli.
Tony Law looks at surrealism in comedy, with archive material from Monty Python and more.
The new ambassador has work to do, but why is everyone so quiet about her predecessor?
3/4 The inspector tries to protect a Nuremburg Trials judge from an avenging killer.
13/16 Five Go Mad in Ancient Rome, plus Kenneth Horne finds Julian and Sandy are multi-lingual.
5/6 British musical theatre star Evelyn Laye joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
2/4 Cancel the organic food box, adopt a panda, sell the Cath Kidston potting shed.
1/4 By Christopher William Hill. Carl and Rob's dream flat turns out not so perfect after all.
4/5 Mark Gatiss introduces a chilling tale of a young mum inheriting a haunted cottage.
1/6 Stephen Fry hosts humorous banter and sketches. Pilot episode, from December 1987.
6/6 Toyah Willcox joins the sharp comedian for stand-up, sketches and music.
England's least co-ordinated cricketer limbers up for Strictly Come Dancing.
1/6 A-ha! Legendary squirm-inducing chat show with Norwich's finest son, Alan Partridge.
Sunday 23 February 2014