1/5 The creepy raconteur introduces Ro and Zee, who stumble into a world where time is stopped
11/17 Bill and Coker reunite with the original university group, but Josella isn't with them.
1/5 Shrewsbury 1139, and the detective monk sets out to find a missing brother and sister.
1/6 The detective and his student investigate the mystery of a man found dead in a beach hut.
1/6 George is dead, but he's got a con job for Blaze, who can still hear him.
2/6 Arthur comes up with a brilliant idea to help raise funds for the local church hall.
5/6 Tamsin buys a dog to prove a point, and Dolores asks Marcus to landscape the garden.
The tragic history of the woman who threw herself in front of the King's horse in 1913.
By Penny Vincenzi. A young girl is enchanted by vivid tales from the past.
Clive Anderson is joined by Irvine Welsh, Richard Olivier and Simon Hopkinson.
2/4 The dairy farmers revolt, and the bishop pays the priest a visit.
1/6 Lucy sets up Daniel's party, but their mates seem too busy with kids. From June 2001.
2/5 Amid bitter civil war, the detective monk makes headway in his hunt.
2/6 The detective tackles a mysterious problem, a strong-room lock with a fatal combination.
2/6 The small-time con acquires equipment to honour George's kidnap plan. Read by William Hope
2/6 It's Your BBC phone-in, and a surprise for Snow White.
1/6 Sir John fills his castle with wounded soldiers and De Warenne fills his trousers with ice
London is besieged by birds in a special recording without an audience or orchestra.
5/6 The moustachioed monarch has a go at matchmaking, but warm hearts come with cold feet.
3/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a topical selection of stand-up, sketches and song.
3/6 Will is no street-fightin' man. Can American rapper 10 Shot turn him into a tough guy?
1/4 Unhappy Jane applies to be a governess at Thornfield Hall and meets Mr Rochester.
By Jojo Moyes. A surprise weekend away after 14 years of marriage.
Sarah collects voices on tape, but her microphone is taking over her life.
2/10 Jane is having a good look round. Prudence, meanwhile, is nursing an unrequited love.
24/30 What we can see is only a fraction of matter in the cosmos. Heather looks at dark matter.
An encounter between a provincial Austrian stationmaster and a beautiful Russian countess.
Adam Gopnik ruminates on how to handle a bad review.
Excited camels make the most extraordinary noise.
3/6 Can Bernard keep his job and his fiancee, while opposing a new bypass? Stars Su Pollard.
2/5 The tale of a neuroscientist who tries to revive the victim of a dubious experiment.
12/17 Bill and Coker check out of Tynsham Manor and track down the rest of the University group.
5/6 Marvel at the meerkats, visit a new theme park... and one man must face 'The Curator'.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Tonight Jon Holmes chats to Watson & Oliver
2/6 Ramesh inadvertently enters the murky world of Lenzie politics.
4/4 Ninety-something Dora Dale dishes more dirt on her celebrity chums.
Wednesday 5 June 2013