4/6 Saul learns the truth about the sinister Gibson room and cavers push too deep.
4/13 Gabriel Syme meets his fellow anarchists at a breakfast meeting in Leicester Square.
4/4 The detective is moving closer to a solution, but her internet tormentor has other ideas.
2/3 The riveting story of a man immobilised in his apartment, observing the minutiae of life.
4/10 On the eve of the 1914 war, Muriel and Connie are single and settled in Marshington.
2/3 Lecky's pursuit of a butcher's daughter threatens his scholarship chances.
3/3 As the Second World War commences, one generation fades and another begins.
8/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
4/5 Donning drag to play a pantomime dame. Written and performed by Tony Lidington.
4/10 Lyndsay struggles with her husband's depression over the death of Caro Meredith.
4/5 Out to play cricket on seven continents - Harry Thompson's team size up the Argentinians.
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4/20 Kenneth Horne heads up the river, and swings by Julian and Sandy's Bona Antiques.
4/6 Dave and Cathy's quest for locally produced food proves problematic.
2/6 With Richard Ingrams, John Sessions, Joan Sims and June Whitfield. From November 1994.
2/6 Barmaid Irene wonders why her crooked brother has returned to the tiny Scottish island.
Hard up Geoffrey and Annabelle turn to their crotchety rich aunt.
5/10 War plays havoc with Muriel Hammond's aspirations and her experiences of love.
3/3 Set-backs and surprises unite the family, making Lecky the hero of the hour.
5/8 Paul Whitehouse, Michael McIntyre, Lucy Porter and Andy Parsons answer the set questions.
1/4 Feisty detective superintendent Julie Enfield probes a murder at the British Library.
3/3 A man is immobilised in his apartment. He observes life, and death, from his window.
9/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
5/5 Despite his huge music hall success, the Victorian comedian yearns to play Shakespeare.
5/10 As they cope with the death of Caro Meredith, further tragedy hits the farming community.
5/5 From South Africa to matches back home - and some sad news. Read by Nicholas Boulton.
With The Eddie Dickens Trilogy: Awful End by Philip Ardagh and Fiddlesticks by Alan Fraser
5/6 Saul and Elise make a grim discovery in the nursing home.
5/13 Gabriel Syme despairs when Sunday unmasks an anarchist as a Scotland Yard detective.
1/6 Jessica rents a room to Rex - each unaware the other is a diarist.
1/6 The team takes the audience to Margate and asks 'Whose Pencil Line is it Anyway?'.
The Scottish comedy team laugh at events in the news. From February 1984.
Saturday 18 July 2009