19/20 Despite their best efforts, Jet and the crew are prised from their ship by the Martians.
3/4 By Ed Hime. A trainee surgeon follows a destructive path, haunted by a fatal car crash.
3/5 Leo Nash's sudden departure upsets Mary. In the park, another homeless person is murdered.
3/5 A gallery curator faces prison when his part in a big art fraud looks set to be exposed.
13/20 As Spider's gang awaits the arrival of the contraband, our hero finds a surprise ally.
1/6 The sitcom formally known as 'Unnatural Acts' gets a new title - and a new arrival.
4/6 With Francis Wheen, Fred Housego, Polly Toynbee and Miles Kington.
3/8 Hamer's political campaign starts in Bradford with rousing speeches to the crowds.
3/5 Kevin's wife has left him with two kids and a babysitter to pay. Or at least he thinks so.
2/4 Precious Ramotswe seeks the truth about Nandira Patel's boyfriend.
6/7 Bertie comes a cropper while trying to rescue Gussie's notebook.
9/9 Single dad Bryan finds himself double-booked for the festivities.
4/5 Hob is questioned by the police and Roman Ashton becomes anxious about Mary Jago's safety.
4/5 Scared of fraud exposure, an art gallery curator disguises the condemned look in his eyes.
14/20 Our valiant trio learn how Spider's gang transfers contraband from ship to shore.
6/6 Robin is soaking. Derek is excited. Maureen is furious. Whatever next?
5/6 Some moth-based lunacy and a heartwarming tale of the days before health and safety.
7/8 Jim stands firm against government surveillance, until his own life comes under threat.
26/26 The platoon is selected to take part in a worldwide radio show.
1/6 After a few drinks, English teacher Jason Slater wakes up in the 19th century.
Nicholas Parsons welcomes Kenneth Williams, Peter Jones, Derek Nimmo and Clement Freud.
4/8 Dirty tricks are played by a ruthless opponent - how will Labour fare in the by-election?
4/5 A teacher reflects on 23 years in the same room waiting for the bell to ring.
3/4 Precious Ramotswe faces a domestic drama and tackles a doctor's erratic behaviour.
9/10 Churchill cuts back on household expenditure. Clementine is knocked down by a bus.
9/20 Dr Dee's mirror reflects the Elizabethan fascination with cosmology and astrology.
9/10 Simon makes a stand against his mother Laura over her divorce battle with Guy.
1/7 The author reads his own specially commissioned story of the Ransomes.
Where did the expression about teaching grannies to suck eggs come from? We find out...
3/6 James is suspicious when Russell stays late in the office with saucy secretary Sue.
20/20 As the invasion fleet reaches Earth, can Jet Morgan and his crew save the day?
4/4 By Lynn Ferguson. A lonely man with a huge knowledge of flies meets a California lady.
5/6 Justin Edwards and the team tastefully make fun of the news from the last seven days.
2/8 The news of 1936 - and stereotypes in space.
2/4 The story of Victorian Britain's most respected detective.
Friday 19 October 2012