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2/3 As the Inspector fights for his life, the Professor discovers a sinister beast.
2/5 Polly's first child is shaped like a small blue pyramid. Will she be able to bond with it?
Conversation with the comedian who loves a happy atmosphere, and the Irish comic.
Return of the drama series about a young woman with learning disabilities.
3/4 At a murder trial, the barrister encounters a jury member with a mystifying agenda.
Young couple Phil and Cath attempt to impose order on their tiny flat.
2/6 The guest panellists are crime writer Mark Billingham and journalist Jane Thynne.
With her son found, Mrs Ross and guide Parker set out to prove he's innocent of murder.
3/5 Clive James muses on the first day of televising the House of Lords in 1985.
1/6 Missing for six years, Brian has stories to tell. He relives his experiences in Chamanoa.
The Archdeacon is not keen on celebrating the Dean's silver wedding.
The cheeky schoolboy causes chaos when he misinterprets sister Susan's conversation.
A well-bred horse hits hard times and poor health due to overwork.
The castaway choices of actress, singer and stand-up Victoria Wood.
5/5 Autumn brings ferocious storms for the wood ants, but hibernation beckons.
4/6 The founder Goon and comedian recalls his disastrous first foray into acting.
Comic legend Norman Wisdom discusses Don't Laugh at Me and other tunes from his career.
Rupert is a spy, a counter-spy and a counter-counter-spy. No wonder he's suicidal.
Dominic travels around London trying to raise cash for the mounting taxi fare.
Playwright Sir Tom on his early childhood, his career and his writing style.
Join Mel for some cake baking, jam making and propping up the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
1/3 An analysis of popular songs, with poet Simon Armitage and musicologist Allan Moore.
3/5 Mark Gatiss introduces Tom Morton-Smith's chilling tale of a virus-swept town.
1/3 Washington Irving's classic tale of two love rivals and a headless horseman.
4/6 When Eva is interviewed by the press, the rest of the staff get taken to the cleaners.
From 10pm - midnight, Sunday to Friday, the Comedy Club has two hours of comedy.
3/5 Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit, without the cameras.
4/6 The pun masters present a sheep version of Star Trek and an American Blackadder.
Monday 2 July 2012