5/5 A man discovers a portrait of a woman that will change his life forever.
5/10 MacLeod witnesses a mysterious ceremony in a former church and meets with a friend's widow
1/3 By Melissa Murray. Sad Steph rings her dead brother-in-law's mobile. Then he rings back.
5/5 As the Nazis close in, Graham makes a grim discovery in a cabin aboard the Sestri Levante.
Frustrated Martin is offered an amazing opportunity, but is he brave enough to take it?
2/6 The Chester-Perry buying clerk tries smuggling a food inspector into the staff canteen.
5/6 Doug is making progress dating his daughter's PE teacher, so why isn't he over the moon?
5/5 Vengeful Heathcliff has wickedly schemed to force Catherine to marry his ailing son Linton
5/5 A day out with his son gives Rohan new understandings of love. Read by Paul Bazely.
4/5 Davy wants to give Bamfylde's new Headmaster his support, but Alcock won't make it easy.
5/6 When old chum Ralph arrives with a trophy wife, landlord Jack invents a fiancee.
2/8 With more love entanglements, Izzy is finding life back in England rather confusing.
Coleridge reflects on his personal and professional setbacks. Stars Tom Wilkinson.
1/2 Poet Lemn Sissay heads south to begin retracing JB Priestley's 1933 tour of England.
Frankie Howerd welcomes Anita Harris, Aidan J, Harvey, George Roper and Bill McGuffie.
Eddie presents selected shows what he wrote, including Morecambe and Wise Christmas Show.
A country aristocrat dreaming of romance finds adulthood and marriage horribly real.
3/3 A respectable elderly lady is found dead from natural causes. Or was it murder?
Kenneth Horne leads a Regency romp through Beau Brummel's Brighton.
Professor Jimmy Edwards is not keen to employ Dick Bentley as a lecturer.
5/6 The perils of learning a language by audio tape and crossing the line in property desire.
Building the world's tallest tower, a civil engineer questions his existence.
3/3 An elderly woman has dark dreams when she hears the voice of a dead child outside her room
1/3 John Humphrys gives 28 performers 60 seconds to entertain. With Jason Manford.
The comic enthralls a London audience with his mischievous wit and finely-wrought melody.
Sunday 4 November 2012