Has little Margaret stumbled on a murder? Ray Bradbury's vintage tale of suspense.
7/8 Implanted into the composite body, the brain of Morbius is determined to get its revenge.
4/5 When an environmental activist has an accident, the duo find green issues can be grey.
Fed up caring for her mother-in-law, Linda is worried when a glass vase has caused a fire.
9/10 There's fresh drama at the yacht club, while Carole Seddon makes an important discovery.
2/6 Desperate to work, devious Robert digs his way out of a holiday with Sue.
4/4 Dentist Marty has high hopes for a relationship, and the zoo brings out the animal in Pete
4/4 Rodney Savage returns to his regiment and meets the Rani of Kishanpur.
4/5 Snowbound in Paris, Alec worries about why his sister back home hasn't replied to his text
3/3 The dramatic life of Emilie Peacocke, the first woman journalist on the Daily Express.
6/6 When her mother inherits money, can Iris and fiance Bernard stop her from being swindled?
3/6 Pierce Egan is behind with news of slums, a king's interiors and a dog-and-monkey fight.
5/5 The detectives are challenged by a 14-year-old who's more than a chip off the old block.
4/5 Ignoring his mother's fears, Barry goes out after dark to visit the sites of six murders.
10/10 More drama erupts, as Carole Seddon's murder investigation reaches a gripping climax.
4/6 Confidentiality proves a headache for events manager Rosie in Brighton.
Ed Byrne, Tim Minchin and Marcus Brigstocke from the Alps, plus reviews.
A fresh arrival makes waves and throws a NATO exercise into confusion. 100th episode.
5/8 Harold decides that buying a new bed is the only way he'll ever impress women.
6/6 As winter arrives on the rural railway, station master David gets an exciting job offer.
2/10 Tease your brain along with Chris Maslanka, Anne Bradford and Professor David Singmaster.
1/4 Robin Savage marches to Kabul, as Anne attends a dying man. With Bill Nighy.
5/5 Bittersweet recollections of a childhood friendship founded on pretending games.
Mrs Chatterley of Gravesend reveals similar interests to her famous namesake.
10/10 With the baby due, expectant single mother Jane receives unexpected financial help.
104/216 It's 1707 and the union of Scotland and England is imminent. Anna Massey narrates.
5/10 The Russians leave Afghanistan, but for Laila the peace is short-lived.
5/5 The day of the big performance - is a year of endeavour enough to impress Jasper's peers?
Mel hears from the man behind The Simpsons, Matt Groening.
8/12 Juggling his cases and girlfriends, barrister Roger has trouble with toggles and gromits.
A safari into the prehistoric past sparks unexpected results.
8/8 The Doctor and Sarah Jane confront the Morbius monster, and seek help from the Sisterhood.
6/6 Sketch series with Paul Merton, Julian Clary, Tony Hawks and Josie Lawrence. From 1988.
3/5 Nightclubbing in London, courtesy of Peter Stringfellow. Sketch show.
2/6 Life outside hospital is a little fraught for Ben. Luckily he finds an island refuge.
Saturday 31 March 2012