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3/5 A story of 'the fields of the sky', and one expert whose speciality stuns a whole meeting.
8/10 Voices from beyond the grave. MacLeod finds he is not alone and may have a useful ally.
1/4 By Christopher William Hill. Carl and Rob's dream flat turns out not so perfect after all.
3/3 Simon Templar uncovers a fascist conspiracy to seize power in France.
4/6 The four friends shift the stubborn corpses that other plots leave behind.
1/6 MP Duncan is mired in the politics of ugly buildings.
3/3 Richard embarks on a dangerous affair and tragedy strikes the company.
3/5 Kristen's plan to escape her parents' party hits an annoying snag.
Vivid storytellers Aubrey and Dorinda inhabit a claustrophobic world fuelled by guilt.
2/6 A domestic dispute boosts Stella's battle to get her grown-up children to leave home.
3/6 After playing a gay miner, the struggling actor finds greater fame dressed as a strawberry
1/6 Mike, Pete and Janey's parents vanish overnight - and there are mysterious marks outside.
Cruelty and silence lead a man to confront the horrors of his past in a vast house.
3/4 A legal firm invites John, Ruth and Hilary to a team-building exercise in the country.
2/6 Comic explanation of communication via stand-up, song and sketch.
1/10 The station staff go all out to boost falling passenger numbers. Stars Arthur Lowe.
Fun afloat, aboard aircraft carrier HMS Indefatigable. Stars Jimmy Edwards.
4/6 Ned needs root canal work, but 21st-century Jason needs lessons in 19th-century courting.
With Kenneth Williams, Derek Nimmo, Gyles Brandreth and Martin Jarvis. From July 1984.
1/2 Naturalist Gerald Durrell's magical childhood with his family on the Greek island of Corfu
4/5 Snowbound in Paris, Alec worries about why his sister back home hasn't replied to his text
Michelle has Meniere's disease. How will the young and vibrant woman cope?
14/15 Headmistress Sarah Burton fears for the life of landowner Robert Carne.
4/15 Laurence visits Bath, the setting for the 18th-century revolution in men's clothing.
4/5 More highs and lows as the complex actor holidays in Morocco with friends.
4/5 Troubled Billy Casper's rash decision sparks fury with his half-brother Jud.
Mel finds out what causes fits of the giggles, and hears some very unpleasant sounds.
6/6 Tycoon Jimmy's lavish new yacht infuriates his head of finance.
4/5 Troubling tale of a man with an obsessive hobby, and what happens when it comes to an end.
9/10 A visit to a potential ally clarifies MacLeod's thoughts, but raises doubts about Katrina.
2/4 By Richard Vincent. A mysterious trio force Reverend Braiden on a road trip.
2/6 Lord Darkness has Amis and wants the sword. Can Sam stop him?
Tonight, host Tom Wrigglesworth discovers why Róisín Conaty gets called 'The Rhino'.
5/8 Danger sports - and chicken terrorists. Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell's topical humour.
1/6 Poet Roger McGough on life, love, happiness, heroes, villains and embarrassing relations.
1/6 A hapless, jazz-loving insect's audio diary of his mainly uneventful life. From June 2003.
Friday 9 November 2012