6/6 The crew battle to escape from the aliens, who are trying to target Chipper.
1/10 A story by Susanna Clarke begins this series showcasing new short story writers.
2/10 Will Mickey-Joe have the courage to face the ghost who calls to him from Cherrybrook Hill?
3/8 A drive-by shooting and the victim's last words pose more Swiss puzzles for the detective.
1/3 Dutch sleuth Van der Valk thinks suspect Martin is lying over his ex-lover's murder.
1/20 Orphan Becky Sharp and her friend Amelia Sedley leave school. Stephen Fry narrates.
5/6 The death of a debating society leader sees Baldi probing his close-knit student friends.
1/4 The heroine resolves to comfort her father and revolutionise society.
105/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 Brother Guy Consalmagno examines ideas about the future of the universe. Is it immortal?
6/8 The cantankerous rural rogue has a close encounter with a pig. Read by David Neal.
1/8 The first spring ray of sunshine brings a certain restlessness.
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Johnson is not keen when the Chief hatches a scheme using surplus crew pyjamas.
3/6 Has Milton pulled a Kiwi girl? Are Susan and Ian really mismatched? From July 2003.
1/6 Bill is back home, but what are the chances of a romantic weekend?
1/6 Melissa and Compton win a holiday, but spurn Herne Bay for an adventure in ancient Egypt.
2/4 Lucilla's revolution may be a success thus far, but Mr Cavendish is causing ructions.
2/20 Ambitious Becky awaits a marriage proposal, while Amelia meets old friend Dobbin.
6/6 The sleuth links the murder of a homeless man in a Dublin squat with the history of art.
4/6 Harold wants a holiday but without his father Albert. Adapted from TV with Harry H Corbett
4/8 Pondering the mystery of the handbag, the detective and his wife follow up a fresh lead.
2/3 Martin's murder alibi is thin, but Dutch sleuth Van der Valk takes a chance on him.
106/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 Will the universe implode or will it expand? Brother Guy Consolmagno investigates.
7/8 HE Bates' rural reprobate with a gun? A recipe for disaster, surely!
2/8 A boat journey brings some pleasing bonhomie, and Palma impresses. Read by Leonard Pearcey
Featuring Lizzie Dripping by Helen Cresswell (read by Lisa Riley).
1/6 On asteroid patrol in Egypt, some of the crew meet mysterious strangers inside a pyramid.
3/10 ID: Waking up in a deserted alley, a man is terrified at the loss of his identity card.
4/10 A confrontation in an out of bounds part of town forces a man to reassess his life.
3/6 Sketch series with Paul Merton, Julian Clary, Tony Hawks and Josie Lawrence. From 1988.
1/4 A group of inept actors set out to change the world through drama. From October 2000.
3/4 The duo find themselves on a seaside murder-mystery weekend.
Wednesday 17 June 2009