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3/4 Mistaking it for the night bus, Bernie is a prisoner on the time-travelling double-decker.
2/2 Despite Mr Tebrick's security for their new home, his wife escapes to begin a new life.
Bitter-sweet couples comedy about cheery Dennis and poorly Vera, and Neil and Pam.
Card sharks fleece Harold, so Albert steps in. With Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.
As the top brass turn up, 50,000 duty-free cigarettes are on their way to the island.
The cartoonist unearths an alien conspiracy to turn the world into a holiday camp for kids
The elderly Scotsmen assist the Laird with armaments for shooting out on the moors.
Rambling Syd Rumpo is gander boggling, plus a visit to Julian and Sandy's Bona Books.
The ex-variety star has toaster and bus troubles before entertaining the Women's Institute
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Neddie Seagoon gets a bank job, but is it wise to put him in charge of the gold vault?
1/4 Celebrity sound-alikes with Jerry Spinger's lovely guests - and who shot Phil Mitchell?
5/6 The Hoover cottage wrangling continues as Stompy's railway protest back-fires.
2/5 The gang get a genealogist to probe Jeremy's lineage. But who will be Queen?
2/4 Robin Savage approaches Kabul, and Anne is in Peshawar. With Bill Nighy.
6/10 Away at war, Churchill writes to Clementine stating he wants to return home early.
4/4 An unsolved murder is bringing vigilantes onto the streets. Time is running out.
2/6 Crime writers PD James and HRF Keating probe death at dinnertime. Hosted by Simon Brett.
1/6 Mystery afloat as a Cornish family's curse starts to unravel. Starring Andrew Sachs.
1/10 The swashbuckler reveals his daring plan for the Scarecrow's escape. Read by Rufus Sewell.
55/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 The story of ex-convict Eddie Chapman, Britain's most extraordinary wartime double agent.
1/10 John Mortimer reads extracts from his autobiography, recalling his parents.
3/12 William tries to piece together the jigsaw of his missing brother's life in Provence.
Includes Andrew Dunn reading The Giants and the Joneses by Julia Donaldson.
4/5 The alien's purpose in Inchbrae becomes apparent.
6/6 Heartbroken Lazarus Long's thoughts begin to turn to home on Earth. Read by Paul Birchard.
2/6 Philosophy takes a back seat when ex-Olympic champions demand a free restaurant meal.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan are back with more banter and sketches.
1/6 The life of a struggling writer with dysfunctional friends and a talking geranium.
Tuesday 7 April 2009