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.
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?
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.
1/6 Bertie's obliged to sort out an amorous mix-up between his friends.
2/4 Grumpy Victor's insomnia keeps wife Margaret awake. Adapted from TV. From January 1995.
2/6 Lord Peter Wimsey enlists inside help to try and clear authoress Harriet Vane.
Theo is set to leave her husband, when a financial scandal intervenes.
4/4 Queasy Wendy tackles party food for Maureen as Robin tries to bond with their foster child
1/6 David Schneider writes and stars in a sitcom set in a register office.
6/10 Station Master Horace is keen to encourage the tourist trade. Stars Arthur Lowe.
A butler's upstairs wrangles and Eth finally gets a ring on her finger in 'The Glums'.
3/6 A slew of April Fool pranks in the Hardy household escalates into a terrorist threat.
Nicholas Parsons welcomes Paul Merton, Julian Clary, Tony Hawks and Clement Freud.
2/3 Lucy Snowe grapples with matters of the heart, the mind and the spirit.
4/5 A Cinderella pantomime character wonders if her own Prince Charming is in the audience.
Miss Pickering has an ulterior motive for a newspaper ad, as do the four gents who reply.
9/10 After losing the baby, tensions rise between Vic and Ingrid. Can they work things out?
4/20 Stressed at work, Tracy creates an unfortunate incident.
4/5 The comedian and actor shares tales of Dan Leno, Tommy Cooper and Arthur Askey.
4/10 Evacuee Willie Beech starts school, while local villagers see changes in his guardian Tom.
Could giant prehistoric insects return? Plus Melvin Burgess' The Earth Giant continues.
5/8 A school break-in sparks trouble and it's interview day for the Deputy Head's job.
Scheming Max manipulates Jenna and Nick's evidence at their trial.
3/4 Jarral and his friends head to Prince Mephtik's garden, where a battle awaits them.
1/6 The comedian promotes the virtue of courage. With Tim Key and Tom Basden.
2/4 Rowan Atkinson's satirical investigation into the life of the fictional master orator.
6/6 Roger McGough's poetic reflections on life, death and the Today programme. From June 2000.
6/6 A hapless, jazz-loving insect's audio diary of his mainly uneventful life. From July 2003.
Friday 14 December 2012