It's midsummer and an old woman keeps watch over her cursed Welsh village.
3/4 Anti-hero Billy Pilgrim starts to relish his life in a zoo on the planet Tralfamadore.
1/3 The gods foretell disaster if a Trojan sovereign's second son is allowed to live.
It's audition time in the Hardy household, as Paul's new motorbike gets in on the action.
Bill wants Richard and Liza to cool their ardour, and Faith is stoking the fires.
The lad gets triskaidekaphobic over the recording of the show between numbers 12 and 14.
Landlady Alison tries to avoid a courtship display without a hastily invented husband.
The struggling actor and his friends find themselves locked in - a lot! From May 1998.
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Neddie Seagoon must plunder a sunken Spanish galleon. Stars Spike Milligan.
3/4 A special budget edition of the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers. From 1991
5/6 Phonsie's plans perturb the locals, but Muriel's accident proves a blessing.
3/6 A slew of April Fool pranks in the Hardy household escalates into a terrorist threat.
1/10 Russian aristocrats are blissfully unaware of Napoleon Bonaparte's plans.
1/5 A bank employee escapes his job to go on an adventure, hoping the police don't catch him.
When a factory goes up in flames, the private eye must decide if fraud is involved.
2/6 With Francis Wheen, Claire Rayner, Roy Hattersley and Fred Housego. From June 1998.
2/5 Professor Jeffrey Richards probes the varied incarnations of the Baker Street sleuth.
11/14 Inspector Grant and researcher Carradine investigate the case of the Princes in the Tower.
85/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 Is a misplaced apostrophe a catastrophe? With Lynne Truss.
6/10 The writer reminisces about the time his father was taken seriously ill.
6/10 Mr Toad claims to have seen the error of his ways and promises to change.
Featuring Sally Lindsay reading The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton.
Captain Jet and Lemmy are not the only ones to heed the mysterious voice.
It is dawn, and engineer Colin Sherrard is stranded on an asteroid too close to the sun.
2/6 It's Eros night at the Fish Restaurant and, despite the hunger, romance is in the air.
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan present Radio Scotland's 'topical' banter and sketch show.
1/6 The writer and his talking geraniums outstay their welcome at Craig and Shona's place.
Tuesday 19 May 2009