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2/4 The travellers hit 19th-century Austria, with Freud set to reveal his views on telepathy.
12/17 Bill and Coker check out of Tynsham Manor and track down the rest of the University group.
2/5 Sergeant Fowler's boss Superintendent Chadwick arrives and makes a discovery.
2/10 Murder enquiries begin to extend into the upper reaches of Melbourne society.
2/20 Vita Sackville-West's journey across Persia and Isabel Burton's encounter with cockroaches
Miss Pickering has an ulterior motive for a newspaper ad, as do the four gents who reply.
2/6 The ruling family of Renaissance Italy's puniest city-state plot to attract pilgrims.
4/6 Satan is cross with Yeats over a poem, while Scumspawn and Thomas write their own verse.
Luke Roberts tackles the big arguments and solves them using light entertainment.
1/6 The comedian goes on a mission to investigate bad customer service.
1/3 Mark Little traces the history of Australian comedy and the landmark acts of Aussie humour
2/4 Flora aims to tidy up the Starkadders, and the apocalyptic ravings of preacher Amos.
3/4 The Meldrews' holiday homecoming proves eventful. Adapted from TV with Richard Wilson.
4/6 Mrs Rudd champions 'back to basics' while Mr Sims has an equally tough challenge to handle
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC7.
Kenneth Horne offers up Mantovani and his all-string vest among the promised delights.
Award winning impressions with Jon Culshaw, Phil Cornwell, Jan Ravens and Kevin Connolly.
3/5 With a serial killer on Sergeant Fowler's hands, police radios pick up mysterious signals.
3/10 A suspect is trailed, and the police take decisive action.
3/20 Flirtatious games of musical chairs, sea-sickness and a tragic typhoon.
The crime-solving priest goes horse racing and uncovers the 'SP' on an ex-jockey's murder.
3/4 Flora aims to transform Elfine into the belle of the ball. Comedy with Patricia Gallimore.
2/6 Scandals quiz with Anthony Holden, Lynne Truss, Lucy Moore and Michele Brown.
8/10 Sophie has an accident, Polly tries to forget, and Calypso gets news.
3/5 Fay Weldon is rebellious and has developed a 'reputation' for being a bad girl.
53/216 The Plantagenets disband, with the House of Lancaster stepping up to rule England.
3/5 Roger McGough takes an architectural journey from Piccadilly to Salford Quays.
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3/6 Dorothy is perturbed by de Quinine and Sir Walter Spott arrives.
1/8 Daughter Clare's trivia quiz helps Sarah with all the memories of her late husband.
3/4 Mistaking it for the night bus, Bernie is a prisoner on the time-travelling double-decker.
13/17 More determined than ever to find his friend Josella, Bill Masen faces a tough decision.
1/8 Goldfish Liam and Anton contemplate the meaning of their existence.
1/6 When his wife leaves him for a kettle, the cartoonist looks for love elsewhere.
2/5 Barrington council's Refuse Services turn to the management consultants to axe staff.
2/4 The funny musician discovers how death for a rock star can be the start of a new career.
Thursday 5 June 2008