4/5 Paul claims he can foresee imminent crimes, but the police think he's the perpetrator.
4/4 The Swede thinks the island's evil forces need to be offered a sacrifice.
8/8 Still more crime conundrums for the suave sleuth to unravel. Conclusion stars Peter Coke.
7/10 Carole Seddon and Jude question the death of Rory Turnbull - was it really suicide?
8/10 Carole Seddon's murder suspicions are vindicated as a fresh suspect emerges.
4/5 Marjorie discovers a link to her Cornish past, but feels matters are not yet resolved.
1/8 Voodoo rituals and mystery disappearances spark a gruesome riddle for the detective.
6/6 Cantankerous bachelor Robin makes a vital discovery about his parallel universes.
1/6 Falling from the sky, the comedian's life starts flashing before his eyes.
3/5 Peter Sissons and Alan Hansen's secrets are revealed, with special guest Henry Cooper.
1/6 Phil works and Sarah's a mum at home, but then she's offered a job.
3/4 Sebastian's drinking strains his friendship with Charles, who is lured by the art of Paris
5/6 Su prepares to take Jeremy home, while Abraham prepares to talk to the press.
3/6 Daniel and Lucy's plans for a quiet weekend are hit by a stream of unplanned visitors.
Big Toe Books is a daily children's radio programme on BBC Radio 7.
To encourage tourism, the dear ladies revive an old custom. From April 1983.
1/10 Politician's pants and a guide to continental cinema.
1/8 The suave sleuth and his wife are drawn into the murder of an impresario's daughter.
9/10 There's fresh drama at the yacht club, while Carole Seddon makes an important discovery.
10/10 More drama erupts, as Carole Seddon's murder investigation reaches a gripping climax.
5/5 In order to come to terms with her Cornish past, Marjorie gets help from some youngsters.
2/8 The sleuth probes a spinster's grisly surprise in the post - two severed human ears.
4/4 Charles is pleased to spot Julia on the ship, but stormy waters await.
Clement Freud, Tony Hawks, Ross Noble and Graham Norton tackle Busman's Holidays.
10/12 Battling to find his missing brother James, William Caldicott gets a fresh lead.
5/5 Writer Paul Theroux's epic journey comes to an end in South Africa, his final destination.
145/216 Westminster scheming continues as Britain prepares to sign away its empire.
5/5 What happens when you give an inventor time, space and financial support?
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1/6 Bad news gets served up in the kitchen at Old Dale School. From October 1997.
1/6 A theatre awards ceremony sparks no end of subterfuge for event organiser Rosie.
5/5 Lorcan and Aoife discover something odd about residents of Maeve's busy Dublin guesthouse.
A darkly surreal story about a bizarre community of people who have opted out of society.
5/6 The band's future is threatened when Bret goes on a date.
1/4 The faded 70s idol explains his downfall to a bemused Sue Lawley.
1/6 How designer Terence Conran 'invented' the chair.
2/6 The cult series hits Plymouth University in Exmouth. With Stewart Lee and Richard Herring.
Saturday 11 October 2008