6/20 Captain Jet and Lemmy are not the only ones to heed the mysterious voice.
Dawn is near, and engineer Colin Sherrard is stranded on an asteroid too close to the sun.
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.
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.
1/10 Russian aristocrats are blissfully unaware of Napoleon Bonaparte's plans.
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.
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Troutbridge's officers aim to make a fast buck from Lieutenant Bates' latest invention.
5/6 Prince Ludovico battles enemies, as his wife tries to reconcile their sons.
5/8 Culinary chaos is on the menu when Faith's Aussie friend Esther visits.
4/6 British Rail's new Silver Bullet train ends up as a runaway express to Aberdeen.
2/10 After the Austrian retreat, the armies meet at the town of Austerlitz.
2/5 On the run with a bundle of stolen cash, the bank employee makes the most of the coast.
1/4 A forensic psychologist tackles a scientist accused of killing her boss.
8/8 Albert is concerned about an offer made to Harold. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
9/10 Probing a military murder, the sleuth exposes a cryptic connection to colonial India.
12/14 Grant and Carradine now turn the spotlight on Henry VII's rivals to the throne.
86/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 'A little boomerang', legalese and the Ancient Greeks come under the scrutiny.
7/10 The writer recalls the arrival of frothy coffee and cocktail parties in 1950s Britain.
7/10 Mr Toad hatches a plan to escape from jail with the help of a washerwoman.
Featuring Sally Lindsay reading The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton.
7/20 Frank Rodger's messages continue to arrive, but whereabouts on Mars is he?
Scientists on Venus battle to find signs of life, but what is the impact of their quest?
3/4 Lord Zimbabwe and Dr Lilac hit the Wild West to thwart an evil Waffle Baron.
1/4 Taking coals to Newcastle, the sketch comedy pokes fun at local targets. With Nick Hancock
3/4 George and Beverly continue faking their deaths in order to bring their family closer.
Wednesday 20 May 2009