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A chilling tale about a man who starts dreaming of a monstrous creature from the future.
5/5 Battling in the Antarctic, can Dyer and Danforth escape with their lives?
2/6 Hunting the killer, the sleuth resorts to barefaced lies, burglary and badger-watching.
5/10 A encounter with Captain Foulkes in London leads to robbery on the way back to the marsh.
2/8 Clare has been dumped, Eleanor finds a friend and Sarah is listening.
2/9 Tim Rice, Denise Coffey, Willie Rushton and Bill Tidy square up to the questions.
3/3 Anne Elliot begins to suspect that she was wrong about Captain Frederick Wentworth.
5/5 Love, sickness, betrayal and family fissures. And what is going on in Paris?
3/6 Charles Dickens meets Lady Kames, and his editorial judgement is scrutinised.
4/4 Doug's mum is 70, but Molly thinks he'll never manage the party and present without her.
1/4 The squabbling husband and wife's weekly look at classical music. Stars Imelda Staunton.
The life of a vicar's wife is turned upside down by a young poet. With Hannah Gordon.
1/6 John Rawling relives the 1973 Grand National, when Red Rum snatched victory from Crisp.
Voice of Spitting Image's Margaret Thatcher, Steve Nallon, and Hollywood's Charlton Heston
With The Clitheroe Kid, The Navy Lark, The Men From the Ministry and Hancock's Half Hour.
1/2 Maria Semple's debut novel examines misplaced genius and mother-daughter love.
4/4 The barrister faces a conundrum over whether offenders can ever go straight.
Les Dawson presents a duck appeal, Cissie and Ada talk mothers, plus a piano sing-along.
10/13 Harold's plans for a bathroom upset Albert.
4/6 The guest panellists are former poet laureate Sir Andrew Motion and author Sue Limb.
3/3 The Inspector and Professor race to stop Rasputin being brought back to life.
3/5 Children witness a break in the rain on Venus; lighthouse workers see what lies beyond.
Michael Legge, Christian Reilly, Chris McCausland and Paul Tonkinson make waves.
'I'm the best at pretending' - a reclusive Hollywood star tells all. From April 2006.
1/4 Peter Turnbull's Glasgow cops make a haunting discovery at a building site.
Sunday 8 July 2012