4/6 The dangers of tennis for the Oblivions are now clear, but surely martinis are okay?
4/5 One hot night, a traveller must stay at a sinister gentleman's remote house.
6/8 Wine merchant Tony Beach has to deal with some unwanted visitors to his store.
4/5 Evading Swiss police, the agent is called to see dying Miss King.
6/6 After his disastrous children's TV appearance, Robert battles to avoid the press.
4/6 John Lloyd asks Sarah Bakewell, Michael Welland and Simon Evans to add to the collection.
2/3 There's trouble afoot when Francis quarrels with Rashleigh and heads to Glasgow.
4/5 A Cinderella pantomime character wonders if her own Prince Charming is in the audience.
Drama inspired by the true life story of an 18th-century forger of the Bard.
4/6 The world has ended but Donna, Johnny, Patrick and Abigail still take a bank holiday trip.
1/5 As Caroline mourns Monty the gerbil, a seance brings some surprises.
7/8 Kenneth Junior makes a request from hospital, and Tony learns more about Paul Young.
5/5 Determined to entrap a renowned traitor, the agent co-opts a dancer.
3/6 Patrick gets a TV presenting job, but filming at home puts Stella's garden at risk.
4/4 Anthony's 'sensitive' goddaughter Libby comes to stay, and Damien is asked to make a pilot
Could HMS Troutbridge really be the next Marie Celeste? Stars Ronnie Barker.
1/6 The groundbreaking sketch show with cult status. Stars Denise Coffey and Nigel Rees.
4/6 Festival time on the island, but will a mystery illness put an end to Marcia's fun?
6/10 More brain teasers with Chris Maslanka, Paul Lamford and Professor David Singmaster.
3/3 Francis and Jarvie reach the Highland Line, heading for McGregor country.
5/5 After 40 years teaching creative writing, sneaky Mr Fisher discovers a masterpiece.
Alone, far from home and his only audience by 1968 is press clippings and bottles of vodka
15/15 Betrayed by Neely and with Lyon becoming more distant, Anne turns to the dolls.
124/216 Pitt the Elder comes to realise his ambition and proves his worth.
5/10 Jennifer is still very much in the thoughts of Mike Engleby, who gets a surprise visit.
10/30 The Poor Law, a forerunner of the welfare state and a safety net for many poor children.
Mel Giedroyc gets a lesson in claymation with Nick Park.
12/12 Will barrister Roger manage to make up with Sally?
5/6 When the Oblivions are introduced to pleasures of the flesh, one thing leads to another.
5/5 A man recalls the love affair he witnessed, and that will influence the rest of his life.
5/6 Satan decides to hold a major football tournament in Hell - The Underworld Cup.
2/4 Midfield maestro Ricky Lenin's new economic policy kicks in at Felchester Rovers.
6/6 Ben vows to do something alone, but buying an envelope isn't that easy.
Saturday 28 April 2012