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1/2 In the aftermath of a nuclear war, a radioactive cloud is moving slowly towards Australia.
Frankie Howerd welcomes Roy Walker, Pattie Boulaye, Peter Goodwright and The Wurzels.
Jane Purcell's true-life tale of the opera-loving Cook sisters, who saved Jews from Nazis.
1/4 The detective faces a medical mystery behind the discovery of a dumped body.
Erich Maria Remarque's lyrical and haunting tale of First World War German soldiers.
6/6 The downsides of moving to the British countryside, and learning French in Paris.
3/3 Headmistress Sarah encounters the bitter taste of loss and the joy of achievement.
2/5 Apart from creativity, great inventions call for patents and money.
5/6 Arthur's attempt to secure a publisher's advance for a celebrity recipe book goes askew.
3/13 More medical mayhem, as student medic Simon Sparrow struggles with dissecting bodies.
The cheeky youngster is due to be a page boy, but he's not keen on his satin outfit.
2/5 A teenager has trouble adjusting after her mother's death. Modern retelling of Cinderella.
2/3 Ruth and Bronia Balicki head to Switzerland hoping to track down their parents.
From Busted to Philip Glass - artist Grayson Perry's castaway choices.
An aunt's grief for a nephew killed by a splinter shell on the Somme.
1/4 A comic celebration of the words and music of renowned songwriters RP Weston and Bert Lee.
2/3 Caroline Quentin investigates life among the hoofers, including Tiller Girls and the War.
Ancient runes spark a geologist's exploration of an impossible realm.
Mel Giedroyc snacks on some seaweed and tidies up the countryside in this week's picks.
4/10 Fatherhood beckons, as does success in a burgeoning new medium: radio.
1/4 The Time Lord, Tegan, Turlough and Nyssa run into a group of hygiene-obsessed settlers.
4/4 The reason for Mike's involvement with the Nablovski colony is revealed.
7/7 Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, and George gets closer to nailing the serial killer.
Arthur Smith is joined once again by Ade Edmondson and Phill Jupitus.
2/6 Only £300,000 to go! Can the station reach their charity target in half an hour?
3/6 The surreal zoo's staff tackle gangsters, a spirit and porpoises.
Monday 12 November 2012