An explicitly horrific tale of a boorish film director and a vengeful feline.
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1/4 Retired solicitor Arthur Kipps recalls his visit to the house of the reclusive Mrs Drablow
4/6 The Jago children escape the clutches of Brian and Vi, but are they now out of danger?
2/5 Edie links recent deaths to a growing outside interest in Craig Island.
2/2 Parthy has shocking news about Gaylord, and Kim receives a telegram.
2/3 Sculptures about voice and silence give deaf window cleaner Christian pause for thought.
Alf's memories come in flashes, returning him to his youth and his troubled marriage.
5/6 Danger awaits the Jago children in the war-torn land of their birth. With Judy Bennett.
3/5 Edie is sure that Joe was murdered and follows the trail to Greenland.
1/3 The alluring Gwendolen is the object of several affections in this 1876 classic.
3/5 Jess's recovery is progressing well, until new friend Maddie has a plan.
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3/3 Solitary deaf schoolboy Ray is captivated by Joey's beautifully signed stories.
1/3 Sea battles and political intrigue in 1804, as Captain Aubrey tackles a secret mission.
It's Peggy's birthday.
3/10 Celie falls in love with Mister's lover - the glamorous singer Shug Avery.
2/2 Sandy's trip back to his birthplace in Greenock reveals a life changing surprise.
3/10 Josie wants to be the perfect stepmother for her partner's children.
Vincent Price encounters a couple in Greece, desperate to stay for three days more.
2/4 Solicitor Arthur Kipps is rattled while spending the night in an eerie house.
Emma hits rock bottom.
3/10 Miryam remembers a Jewish rebellion, to which the Romans responded with savage brutality.
Thursday 15 November 2012