14/20 As the Discovery's crew explore Mars, Jet and Doc must rescue Lemmy. But what about Mitch?
8/10 Lenina makes a move on John, but he is distracted by Linda's illness.
3/5 The intrepid explorers encounter intelligent beings on the moon. But are they friendly?
9/10 Probing a military murder, the sleuth exposes a cryptic connection to colonial India.
3/5 Retired hitman Art Gordo faces more pressure to kill the shadowy Charles Allweather.
2/6 West Bromwich offer Robert a trial, but Father Benedict doesn't want to lose him.
5/6 Family friction for Duncan Stonebridge as MPs debate the Religious and Racial Hatred Bill.
1/2 Film-maker Terence Davies directs a chronicle of the lives of a group of school friends.
By Freya North. An inheritance by the sea broadens a young woman's horizons.
Is Bill's success at the Bowls Club under threat, now thrusting young Matt is involved?
1/7 Bertie Wooster turns to Aunt Dahlia to help out Gussie.
4/9 Single dad Bryan's son is starting nursery. What could go wrong?
1/6 A woman thinks her late husband is still alive, while someone would prefer the sleuth dead
4/5 Retired hitman Art Gordo makes a decision about his target Charles Allweather.
1/6 Joy and consternation as Wendy is promoted at work, but Robin is suspended.
Nicholas Parsons looks at 'JAM' tournaments in Indian colleges, inspired by Just a Minute.
2/8 Blending jobs with chemicals makes an explosive mixture for Jim Hacker.
21/26 The platoon battle to rescue a German pilot hanging off the Town Hall clock.
2/6 A reporter arrives to investigate mysterious happenings at a haunted manor.
6/6 With Adam Buxton, Ed Byrne, Lee Mack and Tim Vine.
2/2 As the friends try to come to terms with Percival's death, more secrets are uncovered.
By Jojo Moyes. A surprise weekend away after 14 years of marriage.
Living in a castle in Austria, lonely Laura is captivated by a beautiful visitor.
4/15 Young squire Arthur invites the Hetty for an evening stroll in Donnithorne Woods.
202/216 The entrenched Eastern Question brings Gladstone back into front bench politics.
9/10 Arthur's enthusiastic style of investigations leave George feeling uneasy.
9/10 The warrior tries again to defeat the dragon.
Mel presents this week's story, 'A Monster Calls' by Patrick Ness, read by David Hayman.
2/4 After tackling the developers directly, should Julian keep his cards closer to his chest?
15/20 Cold-handed Maclean attacks Lemmy, but the plucky radio operator fights back.
9/10 Bernard worries as John tries to foster rebellion amongst the Delta grades.
4/5 The intrepid explorers run for their lives from the moon's inhabitants, the Selenites.
2/2 Quirky sketches from Jack Bernhardt, Tobi Wilson, Tom Crowley and Rachel Lerman.
3/6 Local government worker Martin attempts a sponsored walk and upsets some Bronte fans.
1/4 The bumbling management consultants try to salvage the reputation of the MoD.
Friday 14 September 2012