1/3 An invasion by aliens interrupts a wedding anniversary celebration.
1/9 Earth's last living man takes on hordes of plague-infected vampires.
4/8 Dodgy wine, missing racehorse and a body at a restaurant. Tony Beach is in the thick of it
1/5 Prison fixer Red has never met an inmate like Andy Dufresne before.
1/10 William Crimsworth sets outs in the world, desperate to love and be loved.
1/4 The French sleuth bends the rules to investigate a double murder in a Paris suburb.
1/5 The Vicar of Hogglestock is accused of theft with unexpected consequences.
25/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
1/5 Recalling tea with tinned biscuits, the author takes a sentimental journey around Britain.
1/10 Tensions escalate amongst the former slaves on a Caribbean island.
1/5 Martin Jarvis reveals some of the more bizarre events from Tommy Trinder's life on stage.
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The senior officers of HMS Troutbridge inflict havoc all over the South Downs. From 1965.
5/6 The surreal comedian tackles an expert role each week, with no ability whatsoever.
3/10 Hard-up Audrey needs a secret job, but what is she qualified to do?
3/6 The small-time crime writer and his wife have a clear-out to try and make some cash.
2/5 When the Reverend Crawley is accused of theft, Mrs Proudie takes action.
2/10 Eschewing his background, William Crimsworth rejects aid from his mother's family.
2/4 A condemned man gives the French detective a fresh lead on an unsolved murder.
6/8 Harold is aghast when he sees 'What the Butler Saw'. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell
5/8 Mystery for Flora - is her son back from Australia? And can a diary unlock the mystery?
2/5 Andy Dufresne gets his pin-up poster and becomes a prison legend.
26/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
2/5 Recalling driving and his hospital job, the American author takes a journey around Britain
2/10 Creole heiress Antoinette Cosway's mother marries an Englishman in Spanish Town, Jamaica.
2/5 Performing with Sian Phillips, the budding actor gets frightening blackouts.
Featuring My Naughty Little Sister by Dorothy Edwards and The Daydreamer by Ian McEwan.
2/3 Tom's new mental powers interest the authorities. Sci-fi trilogy starring Donald Hewlett.
2/9 Earth's last living man discovers that his wife's tomb is a lair for vampires.
1/8 Tackling burglars and TV war reports revealed. Sharp-edged topical humour from August 1986
2/10 Fred MacAulay hosts the best comedy and music from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009.
Wednesday 12 August 2009