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12/20 A mysterious ship disturbs the crew, and a city from Jet's dreams appears to exist on Mars
6/12 Dick, Vita and family set sail across the bay to Chapel Point. Read by Julian Wadham.
2/5 The medieval monk fears the worst over the sickness of Shrewsbury Abbey's benefactor.
3/6 The kindly detective probes the discovery of body number three down a wishing well.
2/5 Faust wants sex. Mephistopheles wants his signature. Stars Mark Gatiss.
2/4 Precious Ramotswe seeks the truth about Nandira Patel's boyfriend.
2/5 Anglo-Indian Victoria seeks her true identity amid Britain's turbulent withdrawal.
71/120 The country's rich and turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 The writer's drive to an exclusive restaurant takes him to a place of mystery and magic.
2/5 Young Oliver goes exploring and meets a painter - while his mother entertains her 'friend'
7/10 Crew members of the Titanic organise themselves into a rescue party to find survivors.
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Sid sees the return of petrol rationing as a money spinner, with some help from the lad.
4/6 Wendy adopts a dog which adores her, but hates Robin.
2/8 Proud Sarah suffers her mother's nosiness, as well as some unexpected advances.
6/6 Shocks galore for the hapless vicar, with his congregation stolen and his shock new title.
3/5 Victoria Jones becomes drawn to the Indian way of life, and Ranjit in particular.
3/5 Faust gets a girl, Mephistopheles closes in and Gretchen's ruination is charted.
3/4 Precious Ramotswe faces a domestic drama and tackles a doctor's erratic behaviour.
7/15 The team take the Dinosaur Cheese Interlude test.
3/5 Medieval monk Brother Cadfael harbours a young lad suspected of murdering his stepfather.
4/6 The detective's probe into Mrs Palgrove's murder makes life uncomfortable for her husband.
72/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
3/5 The writer visits Asturias - a happy hunting ground for both cheese and cider lovers.
3/5 From a bundle of receipts and comments, we piece together a diner's eventful days.
8/10 With survivors left struggling, fights break out in the Titanic's part-filled lifeboats.
Featuring Rupert Degas reading Big George by Eric Pringle.
13/20 In the Martian city from Jet's childhood dream, Lemmy is under telepathic attack.
7/12 Dick witnesses Roger trying to alert Otto of an ambush. Read by Julian Wadham.
5/6 Satan decides to hold a major football tournament in Hell - The Underworld Cup.
The British comedy pioneer's autobiographical stage tour, including the 'Admiral' routine.
3/4 Dodgy Phil builds the world's biggest pub named after the Titanic, but is it undrinkable?
Thursday 30 April 2009