3/4 Jarral and his friends head to Prince Mephtik's garden, where a battle awaits them.
A mighty medieval Japanese Lord's clash with an arrogant painter sparks tragedy.
7/8 Kenneth Junior makes a request from hospital, and Tony learns more about Paul Young.
1/6 When crime author Harriet Vane finds a body, Lord Peter Wimsey investigates.
29/41 Eve persuades Adam to allow her to work alone and - as The Serpent - Satan makes contact.
4/6 The sleuth investigates a player's disappearance before an Oxford v Cambridge rugby match.
4/6 The warrior becomes King of Macedonia and sets out to conquer the world.
3/6 It is crunch time for Izzy, with Bill, Michael and Razors all vying for her attention.
3/6 Confusion reigns as the British Embassy prepares a report on the local political outlook.
3/3 A school inspector calls, David tries to escape and is presented with the ultimate choice.
5/10 Huck goes into town in disguise to find out what's going on. Read by Martin T Sherman.
5/5 Having celebrated her birthday, Sweden's strongest girl investigates the spirit world.
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12/13 Snow White gets saucy, and cinema as never seen before.
3/6 Tony Hart visits Sheffield singer John as he tries to paint the lounge for wife Mary.
4/6 Jack is in for a birthday surprise, while a ladykiller woos barmaid Mrs Drummond.
3/4 The much-loved comedy duo celebrate Britain's 'greatest living writer' - Ernie.
5/6 The conquering king pursues Darius, King of Persia, and falls in love.
30/41 The Serpent tempts Eve to taste the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil.
5/6 Inspector Hopkins thinks burglars murdered Sir Eustace, but the sleuth is not so sure.
3/13 The dear ladies reminisce about the day they moved in.
8/8 Tony Beach and Gerard MacGregor attempt to unearth the true identity of Paul Young.
2/6 Murder or suicide? Lord Peter Wimsey must trace a vital clue - a battered old razor.
4/4 Jarral must destroy Prince Mephtik and his knife before the full moon, or he'll die.
Medieval Japanese painter Yoshihide puts his daughter's life in terrible danger.
5/5 Len Fisher and fellow experts demonstrate how screws and screwdrivers are in fact levers.
5/30 The impact of printing and how it raised fears among adults that it corrupted children.
5/5 The author muses on winning the League and searching for the right metaphor.
10/10 Relationships falter when decisions need to be made. Read by Penelope Wilton.
Chris Pizzey presents children's stories. Featuring Artemis Fowl and Out of the Ashes.
3/4 If criminals are liars, David Lander asks why the police believe crooked informers.
4/6 With hooves, goat's legs, red eyes and horns, the Devil is worried about his looks.
4/4 Lord Zimbabwe and Dr Lilac are moon-bound, pursuing abducted hillbillies.
30/33 Comedy and music from Nashville, with guests Brad Paisley and the Sam Bush Band.
Saturday 8 May 2010