A meek millionaire's chilling tale of taking subtle revenge on his cheating wife.
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3/4 More ghostly revelations for solicitor Arthur Kipps in ghostly Eel Marsh House.
6/6 The Jago children end up in the midst of war, with the deadly Hyena on their trail.
4/5 Inuit guide Edie is taken prisoner and uncovers a web of intrigue.
5/6 Trapped in Macclesfield in 1834, Jason heads to London but is waylaid by a highwayman.
2/3 Gwendolen is married to Grandcourt, while Daniel tries to trace Mirah's father.
2/3 Scurvy and a surprise proposal, as Captain Aubrey conveys an ambassador to the East Indies
1/8 A dangerous web of lies and murder awaits the sleuth when his wife disappears.
5/5 Edie's search for the truth leads from Joe's bedroom to his burial place.
3/3 There's death, revelation, politics and marriage in the conclusion of this 1876 classic.
5/5 Jess's recovery is progressing so well that there is talk of her going home.
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2/3 By Sheila Hannon. Sheila's extraordinary encounter seems to make time stand still.
3/3 Tragedy halts the ship's voyage, and in Calcutta Stephen makes a proposal of marriage.
Lynda holds a tense rehearsal.
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5/10 Shug and Celie discover that Mister has secretly hidden Nettie's letters to Celie.
1/4 Warwick dreams of expanding the restaurant to obtain romantic views over the river.
5/10 Tom plans a third marriage to Elizabeth, but will they cope with his possessive daughter?
4/4 By Ross Raisin. A woman stands at the end of a cliff, which is at the end of her garden.
Horror legend Vincent Price tells the artistically horrifying tale of a painting.
4/4 Solicitor Arthur Kipps tries to finally unravel the mystery of the haunted house.
It's party time for Daniel.
An investigation into the current crisis in newspapers - in the words of the journalists.
5/10 Iehuda of Qeriot remembers the events that lead to his loss of faith in Yehoshuah.
Saturday 17 November 2012