Horror legend Vincent Price tells the chilling tale of a violinist with very special hands
3/5 Robert Olmstead listens to local drunk Zadok Allen, who reveals the history of the town.
4/8 The suave sleuth and wife Steve face danger when a bomb is sent to their home.
3/5 There are suspects-a-plenty, witchcraft and a love-letter for the sleuth to investigate.
6/6 As Jeremy and Paul get starry-eyed, Kit and Caroline come down to earth.
3/6 MP Duncan faces accusations of financial irregularities.
1/3 Mrs Mantrip hopes that a new neighbour won't lower the tone of her beloved Durham Square.
7/11 Marking 90 years of BBC radio, a selection of memorable radio moments.
Four women, who first met as convalescents, return to Blackpool as they turn 60.
4/6 Stella tries to dejunk the house.
5/6 Topless photos inspire the struggling actor to join an environmental protest.
5/8 The Temples go to Brighton, where a fortune-teller warns them that they face grave danger.
4/5 With sound alibis proven for the main suspects, Hercule Poirot makes a chance discovery.
1/4 Robin is talked into a salsa weekend, against his better judgement.
4/6 Stand-up and song in a comic exploration of health.
3/10 Glamorous announcer Gloria is pressured into promoting the sleepy station.
The enigma of Mona Lisa's smile is solved, and Eth and Ron fancy their own place.
6/6 When Queen Victoria comes to visit, Jason unwittingly changes the course of history.
Nicholas Parsons welcomes Clement Freud, Derek Nimmo, Peter Jones and Paul Merton.
2/3 Susan Leg wants to keep her neighbours guessing about 'Rudolf da Vinci'.
3/3 By Ian Sansom. What did Thatcher's hairdresser witness in her last days at Downing Street?
Four older women with a unique friendship prepare for a farewell.
9/10 With Celie returning home, she and Mister have become friends. Wth Nadine Marshall.
14/15 How did fashion in the 1980s reflect the greedy consumerism of the times?
4/5 Reviews for The Entertainer, A Taste of Honey and heralding Harold Pinter.
9/10 Elizabeth faces a dilemma when Tom's daughter Dale decides to move into the family home.
Mel Giedroyc with the penultimate episode of Terry Pratchett's 'Johnny and the Dead'.
2/8 A peeved parent asks whether teacher knows best, and Mrs Rudd won't take no for an answer.
Horror film legend Vincent Price gets a chilling invitation to a special costume party.
4/5 Robert Olmstead spends a night in Innsmouth, but the locals ensure he won't get much sleep
4/6 Sirens interrupt a sea crossing. Are they what they seem?
7/8 Talking dolphins and bible sponsorship. Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell's topical humour.
3/6 Poet Roger McGough's reflections on 'the meaning of life'.
3/6 A hapless, jazz-loving insect's audio diary of his mainly uneventful life. From June 2003.
8/11 Marking 90 years of BBC radio, a selection of memorable radio moments.
Friday 23 November 2012