2/5 Discovering her husband's infidelity, Judith recollects her first love Willy Blunt.
2/5 Sam goes to see an autopsy, while Elizabeth begins dancing lessons with Mr Pembleton.
2/10 As Katri visits more often, Anna gets a first sight of the young woman's unusual qualities
5/6 With Francis Wheen, Fred Housego, Claire Rayner and Roy Hattersley.
The main man of Manfred Mann talks about Cliff Richard and his relationship with God.
7/10 Brook gets a tip off, and the mystery of Kemp's missing wife becomes more and more complex
1/3 Synonymous with the Renaissance, why did the Medici family bank act as patron to artists?
1/4 It is 1905 and cousins Lucy and Charlotte arrive in Florence, but not to rooms with a view
2/5 Mr Shimomura wants to draw a dangerous animal, but first he must find one.
Sophia recalls the holidays spent with her grandmother on an island in the Gulf of Finland
2/6 Can a relationship with her ex-pupil Razors be the best thing for teacher Izzy?
3/6 Mr Zizz, the bad cartoonist, is not really capable of murder. Or is he?
8/10 Stolen goods pre-occupy the team. Just as the trail has gone cold, developments arrive.
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4/6 Robert Wilson devotes his life to someone's art.
5/6 The impressions show that tugs on the beard of news.
7/15 The team take the Dinosaur Cheese Interlude test.
2/9 Universal Challenge and unclad fashion news.
3/6 Sue Perkins and guests try to justify the murder of a pet and the theft of a girlfriend.
1/4 Suspecting his wife is having an affair, Simon bugs their telephone and learns much more.
2/4 Lucy Honeychurch has witnessed a murder, but George's actions disturb her more.
3/5 For the first time, the painter fell in love with a sculpture. Of a woman's buttocks!
The extraordinary story of a young boy adopted by wild dogs on the streets of Moscow.
3/5 Judith recalls her first date with Willy Blunt and starts to put a plan in motion.
3/5 Sam's jealousy of Elizabeth's dancing tutor, Mr Pembleton, begins to run out of control.
3/10 Eyebrows are raised in the village as Katri and Mats spend more time at the rabbit house.
Mel finds out just how nasty the Romans could be with a sponge on a stick. (R)
2/4 Maureen Lipman reinterprets the monologues, letters and songs of Joyce Grenfell.
Anne Enright and journalist Bill Hagerty join Peter Rhodes to consider received wisdom.
2/6 The Questers find themselves held by the ruthless barbarian Ragnar Half-tooth.
4/5 Sheffield's premier singer-songwriter investigates Ken's surprising garden pond discovery.
2/6 Songs and sketches with stand-up comic Boothby Graffoe and his comedy side-kicks.