1/6 A 22nd-century clerical error sets George Smith's demise for 69, not 70. Dystopian comedy.
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2/8 There's another hi-tech robbery and Sarah Jane uncovers a disgruntled robotics scientist.
1/4 A murder unites Detective Inspector Cromwell and convent Mother Helen.
2/2 Tackling a case of treachery, detective monk Brother Cadfael misses his friend Alard.
2/26 Richard Burton narrates the playwrights' chronicle of the English Crown.
An archaeologist is amazed by her nurse's likeness to an Egyptian painting.
Can James overcome his lifelong Egyptian Queen obsession and find a real girlfriend?
3/3 By Rona Munro. A lonely lady on a holiday falls in love with two members of a family.
2/4 The theft of a treasure from her convent reunites Mother Helen with DI Cromwell.
3/26 A countess distracts Edward III. Stars Keith Michell.
3/5 Pat is the centre of attention at home and work, but there could be tears before bedtime.
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Mimi feels her family are drowning her. How can she keep head above water?
Stranded alone in Iowa poet Andrew Younger yearns for the woman he left behind in Scotland
Brian's thinking positive.
3/10 Ladies of Tilling village speculate how to devise a new outfit in an economical manner.
By Harriet O'Carroll. Sr MaryJo returns to Ireland after years in Uganda as a missionary. (R)
127/216 Focussing on one of the most significant figures of British rule in India.
8/10 Mike returns to where he last saw Jennifer, but his recollections prove disturbing.
3/8 When Bingo's new love lands Bertie in bother, who can save the day?
2/6 69-year-old George Smith battles against his imminent death with Central Admin.
3/8 The final component is stolen, and Sarah Jane witnesses the power of the unseen foe.
Usha is frustrated.
3/5 It's 1776, and change is in the air as the outside world intrudes upon rural Dalmailing.
Thursday 3 May 2012