Merrin faces a bleak future when her twin Cally is sent on a one-way mission.
1/4 Three allies with psychic powers help 12-year-old Jarral fight an evil prince.
4/4 The eloquent Elizabethan spy goes to Cambridge, where professors are dropping like flies.
2/3 The cleric continues to investigate the solicitor's death with the help of new evidence.
5/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
3/6 Clive Anderson is joined by Stephen Fry, John Sessions, Jimmy Mulville and Nonny Williams.
2/2 The aristocrat is living a life of selfish pleasure. But is retribution on the horizon?
2/5 Author Neil K is stranded with the talkative characters of his unfinished Western story.
Murder, theft and romance in a home for elderly actors.
7/8 Faith's not impressed to discover what Bill's mum thinks about her. From December 1988.
6/6 Ben has become known as the fat one, so he and Helen go on a diet.
1/6 Lord Peter Wimsey sets out to clear an authoress accused of killing her lover.
3/3 The cleric makes a breakthrough in the case - but can he reveal who killed the solicitor?
2/4 Grumpy Victor's insomnia keeps wife Margaret awake. Adapted from TV with Richard Wilson.
2/6 Comedian Mark Steel visits the Isle of Mull to take a look under the surface of Tobermory.
7/14 The lad is out to save a Cheam institution threatened by closure. From November 1959.
5/14 The Spy with My Cold - and Cabaret at the Cafe Au Lait. From October 1966.
3/6 Nancy's brother and sister threaten to leave for London, and Father's drinking again.
6/6 MP Duncan Stonebridge does Sue a favour and suddenly finds that he's Graham the surveyor.
1/3 Lucy leaves 'the wilderness' of England to become 'something'.
3/5 Disobeying rules for a wedding anniversary recipe book sparks unexpected consequences.
Two stranded friends meet an old woman who claims to control the elements in Scotland.
8/10 Married life for Vic and Ingrid does not go smoothly - and then disaster strikes.
10/12 How the idea of escaping to the countryside is as old as the Romans.
3/5 Comic actor Roy Hudd looks at the joys of theatrical digs.
3/10 Young evacuee Willie Beech is taken shopping and there's news at the village church.
Mel Giedroyc continues our moving fable 'The Earth Giant' by Melvin Burgess.
1/6 Bertie is obliged to sort out an amorous mix-up between his friends.
Jenna has a thing for Max, but goes up against him in a dangerous race for high stakes.
2/4 Cut by a tainted blade, young Jarral faces death unless his three friends can save him.
5/5 St Plover's school faces closure and unexpected propagation occu.
1/5 Ivor Cutler's unique views on language, justice and scratching people's backs. From 1996.
1/4 The comedian begins his journey through the world of pop by asking why stars need fans.
6/6 Hats, tents and some disturbing tales from Beatrix Potter. From February 2007.
Thursday 13 December 2012