7/10 Adrian is feeling left out after the birth of his new baby sister.
9/10 The impact of the electroencephalograph (EEG), which made brain waves visible.
4/15 Young squire Arthur invites the Hetty for an evening stroll in Donnithorne Woods.
4/5 Margaret knows the test of a good cook was whether she could utilise every leftover morsel
5/6 With comedian Dave Gorman and newspaper columnists Matthew Parris and Julia Hartley-Brewer
Political cartoonist Steve Bell chooses the 18th-century caricaturist James Gillray.
7/8 The sleuth edges closer to solving the murder and discovering the identity of The Fence.
2/2 How Hollywood changed since 1961, with independent film-makers and the arrival of TV.
8/15 Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst visits Folkestone, and an amicable alliance is reached.
3/3 Potatoes, beetroot and apples are gathered in, and the honey is harvested.
When time was standardised in the 19th century, not everyone was convinced by the idea.
2/6 Emily and Charles are unsympathetic over Roger's job loss, so it is Anna to the rescue.
2/8 Southwood Zoo has tax problems and inept staff. Can the National Lottery help?
8/8 With time running out, can the suave sleuth finally confront Julia Kelburn's murderer?
Michael Morpurgo celebrates the 50th anniversary of Paddington Bear in 2008.
4/5 Dublin's theatrical costumiers dress a medieval banquet in a ghostly castle.
2/4 Hal faces a stark health problem, but salvation comes in the form of a charity race.
The lad buys a car from Sid, but there is a big surprise when he takes it for a spin.
The bumbling civil servants' most efficient staff member is lured away.
1/6 Guests Marcus Chown, Shappi Khorsandi and Sir Terry Pratchett to add to the collection.
6/6 Paul and Ruby are thinking of moving out, and Maria needs more space.
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9/15 The end of the beginning, perhaps, but a long long way from the end.
Mavie and McCarthy have a weekly tryst, but is he as trapped by marriage as she thinks?
Passengers on a train uncover the story that linked their families 150 years ago.
8/10 Adrian's parents try and patch things up, but he finds himself drawn to new school friends
10/10 Dr Geoff Bunn discusses the impact of neurology on how we understand ourselves today.
5/15 As Hetty receives a gift from the captain, Adam waits, hoping she will marry him.
5/5 Looking at some author mishaps and Scotland's fair city through the decades.
Mel Giedroyc presents the final chapter of Tom Moorhouse's The River Singers.
3/8 Sarah tidies up husband Henry's study four years after his death.
3/8 Stuart Cosgrove speaks to Sue Lawrence about the five most significant books in her life.
15/15 Ian McEwan's study of shame and forgiveness, of the need for and difficulty of absolution.
4/4 The aspiring politicians get their first radio interview ahead of the by-election.
Arthur Smith chats to Marlon Davis.
4/4 Alex Horne and his band try interactive cookery, and Kevin Eldon joins them for a song.
4/4 House-hunting causes all sorts of difficulties for the Manchester DJ.