2/2 Olivia and Irena plot to expose the world of illegal genetic engineering.
From Barbara Streisand to Pavarotti, cricket umpire Dickie Bird shares castaway choices.
A young man is half in love with an aging politician's mistress.
4/6 The true meaning of birdsong is revealed. Julian Pettifer features in the cosmic comedy.
4/10 Things are getting out of control for Matt, while Brenda is in seventh heaven.
4/4 Simon Hoggart considers the future of spontaneous public speaking.
The family are suffering in a summer heatwave.
The marital problems of two couples unravel on a golf course in Alan Ayckbourn's play.
2/6 The cult tightens its grip on the Sutherlands, while Ecky and Carmen join forces.
6/6 Jo writes the story of her family's life, and finds true love at last.
5/6 Simon continues his murder investigation, while the Dean sets his sights on promotion.
1/8 The most sensational publishing fraud in history - the forging of Adolf Hitler's diaries.
11/20 In a watery predicament, Dick and friends have to think fast. Can they outwit their foe?
3/6 Robin learns how his new-universe life can be sweet, even at someone else's expense.
4/6 Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden are joined by Miles Jupp. Jack Dee chairs
4/20 Kenneth Horne heads up the river, and swings by Julian and Sandy's Bona Antiques.
10/12 Both of barrister Roger's girlfriends attempt to get him some work.
4/4 The bizarre and hilarious world of sketches, stories and characters from the ringmaster.
3/4 A new muse for Tamsin is an old flame for Gerard. Can he woo her back for good this time?
1/5 Young, impulsive Maggie causes ructions in her family.
1/5 Two children, two pets, one stranger. Then a small domestic disaster.
Nikki Bedi presents an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy from WOMAD Festival.
1/15 Jamaican Hortense Roberts emigrates to London. Exploring empire, prejudice, war and love.
7/15 Leonardo Sciascia created crime stories to depict the power of the Mafia in Sicily.
6/10 A confused, feverish Galliard is found, but Sir Edward Leithen must now search for Lou.
1/5 Recalling a love of swimming, the husband of novelist Iris Murdoch tells his wife's story.
Mel Giedroyc celebrates native ponies, and Philip Ardagh tells us his favourite books.
6/8 The embassy chief must cope when political sickness strikes in the People's Republic.
1/8 On a storm-battered island, Mau believes he's the only survivor. Read by Matt Addis.
1/6 An aspiring poet gets drawn into a web of dark and mysterious forces.
5/7 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
5/6 Poet laureate of comedy John Hegley entertains an audience with his book of verse.
Tuesday 30 July 2013