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5/5 Sam Vimes and Carcer finally fight, but time itself and a sinister Lord have other ideas.
5/6 Edna and Tankerton return to her home town and attend a fete worse than death.
4/6 As the murder count mounts and the police hunt Richard, there is a discovery in the Thames
5/6 The ex-officer heads to Godalming to protect Phyllis. And are the Duchess' pearls safe?
6/6 Will snow play havoc with Graham's chances of landing a story?
4/4 Will the tangled web of love and lust be unpicked before arrival in Exeter St David's?
1/6 Young newlywed Harriet Pringle arrives in Bucharest in 1939.
5/5 A return to an old stomping ground, with its echoes of love, sets a wheel in motion again.
2/2 Rupert Sethleigh is missing - can Mrs Bradley solve the mystery of a headless corpse?
2/4 Doug and Molly try to show the world they can start afresh, but then his mum disappears.
5/6 Rosie's company sets up a wine tasting, but her client is a little hard to swallow.
A paralysed beauty and a reckless soldier fall in love during the English civil war.
Billy Kay discovers whether Poe's imagination was born from a childhood visit to Scotland.
Rolf Harris chooses some of his favourite songs and chats about his showbiz career.
Including Summers Will Never Be the Same, Trivia Test Match and Hancock's Half Hour.
1/4 A slice of family life without modern amenities, set in an Afghan village.
2/4 The barrister's love for Othello and his shady contacts help him defend a policeman.
The team tackle the story of Hans Liszt.
HMS Troutbridge sails into the technological age. Stars Leslie Phillips and Ronnie Barker.
2/6 The guest panellists are crime writer Mark Billingham and journalist Jane Thynne.
1/3 Murder unites an inspector and professor in a terrifying supernatural journey.
1/5 A rocket ship's mission to the sun followed by a tale of a somewhat scary game in the dark
Stand-up performances by Michael Legge, Quincy, Josh Howie and Terry Alderton.
5/6 Greg McHugh welcomes more fine funnymen to the famed Glasgow comedy venue.
1/2 The maverick detective investigates the disappearance of a wealthy banker's daughter.
Cricket commentator Brian Johnston's 1993 one-man show at London's Richmond Theatre.
Sunday 24 June 2012