4/5 As the pressure on Holly escalates, she tries to stand up to Jay.
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2/3 Selina Cadell reads from a selection of Henry James' writing about Venice.
4/6 Lord Peter Wimsey awaits the doctor's verdict, and there's a revelation at a party.
Shakespeare's younger daughter is a loner, yearning to be a part of her father's life.
4/5 Newlyweds find their dream cottage, but the previous evil owners threaten to return.
A quirky comedy about a teenager who becomes a good-news internet phenomenon.
1/4 Dr Henry Pickerskill recalls a bullied day boy and his mother. Stars Ian McDiarmid.
5/6 Knowing the general was poisoned, Lord Peter Wimsey probes Miss Dorland's hobby.
Teacher Arthur Willis battles his conscience over fighting in the Great War.
5/5 Anna is forced to question if her own problems have made her obsess about Henry.
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5/5 A man discovers a portrait of a woman that will change his life forever.
Lila has lost her husband. Only his tactless brothers are left. Will life be the same?
Robert's careful equilibrium is shaken.
Things are still tricky at Brookfield. (R)
5/5 As Holly is helped to come to terms with the truth, she faces a difficult decision.
Dr Saleyha Ahsan tells the story of her journey to the front line in revolutionary Libya.
3/3 Selina Cadell reads some of Jan Morris's travel writing about Venice.
2/3 What has made Elizabeth Austen so angry with her spinster sister-in-law Jane?
Tom and Rob are of one mind.
5/5 Anna is forced to question if her own problems have made her obsess about Henry. (R)
Lunatic asylums are being commandeered by the government for use as military hospitals.
10/10 Endings and new beginnings, as Anna and Zoe realise what love is.