8/10 Violet must choose between her friendship with Edwin and her marriage to Bruno.
3/30 Our ancestors mapped the stories of their mythology onto the constellations in the sky.
3/5 Tony wants 50-50 access to his children, but his wife threatens to fight him all the way.
3/5 Mac leaves for Africa - there's Stone Age Man to track down.
5/6 Crime writers Robert Barnard and Lindsey Davis Davis probe who wielded a deadly skewer.
Carol Clewlow, David Nicholls and Tony Cassidy face up to not being as young as they were.
3/4 Callan is keen to know why Hunter wants Schneider dead, so he conducts some research.
2/4 Ringside gambling, brutal bear-baiting and Bankside theatre - the age of the libertine.
13/15 The Grahams host a family Christmas and Folkestone's festivities don't go entirely to plan
3/5 Recollections of Tony's wedding bring to mind the unusual circumstances of the Hardcomes.
Affairs, scandals and a letter of hatred turn a 1961 French holiday into a nightmare.
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1/4 Caroline runs a family back-up service, but can she let Sylvia join Household Solutions?
3/6 Keen to get in Jane's good books, Roy is delighted when she asks him to help save a tree.
4/4 Schneider invites Callan to dinner on Sunday. Callan has the gun, and he must use it.
3/4 John Sessions explores the Restoration and development of new entertainment strands.
3/6 The new mayor has to chair his very first council meeting and he's scared witless.
3/4 Bridget discusses how adverts have ruined her sex life.
1/13 Rookie barrister Roger Thursby unwittingly aids a habitual fraudster.
5/6 David Jason and chums go fishing, trainspotting and skateboarding.
2/6 Breakfast TV queen Lorraine Kelly quizzes a panel about herself.
5/6 The landlady sisters make merry with a Thai takeaway.
14/15 Folkestone is uneasy about the move from 1914 into 1915.
4/5 The thatcher regales the travellers with Andrey's attempt to get married still in his cups
A gripping account of a 1911 expedition prior to Scott's doomed Antarctic trip.
9/10 Violet arrives in New York and sees Edwin face-to-face for the first time in decades.
4/30 The history of astrology began as a way of advising rulers on their military campaigns.
4/5 Tony is outraged when his parenting skills are assessed during his children's visits.
4/5 At last, the story of the family's beleaguered TV set.
Mel Giedroyc discovers the true power of Harry Potter and vlogging fandom.
5/6 Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell steps in when the over-70s keep fit club gets out of hand.
7/9 Lord Digby Jones chooses Winston Churchill, with contribution from Prof David Reynolds.
2/6 Award-winning spoof phone-in show, with talk radio host Gary Bellamy.
3/4 Nick Mohammed stars as a wildlife expert on the edge of sanity.
4/6 The air crew dodge a fuel and financial crisis with the aid of the Scottish cricket team.