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The aftermath of a disaster in space. Can there be beauty in dying?
5/5 A man recalls the love affair he witnessed, and that will influence the rest of his life.
5/28 From New York's Town Hall - the festive American funny man with Norah Jones.
A mission involving a young girl with ESP, a desert location and a murderous villain.
3/4 The sleuth's probe of murky protection rackets sparks trouble a bit too close to home.
The story of William the Marshall with a real-life Don Quixote and his cohort.
Ed Byrne and guests preview the best Christmas comedy.
Vera faces homelessness and Irene is inundated. Starring Anne Reid and Prunella Scales.
2/5 Lucien Freud's daughter compares her Yuletides to the difficult childhood of her heroine.
1/6 Victoria Coren chairs. With David Baddiel, David Mitchell and Rev Richard Coles.
8/13 The Dean asks Sparrow, Evans and Benskin to organise St Swithin's festivities.
The cheeky schoolboy causes confusion by doing a good turn for an old lady.
After disturbing a burglar, Sarah Jane Smith investigates a mysterious clinic.
Nicholas Parsons shares his castaway picks with Kirsty Young. From November 2007.
1/3 An unexpected invite to spend Christmas in the country throws Jeeves's plans into disarray
3/4 Australian lifestyle, and a Euro rock band. Sketches and songs from March 1998.
Donna's heart is all of a flutter, and Keith is having a tough time.
2/2 Linda Smith makes a visit to the World Cracker Pulling extravaganza.
Celebrating the extraordinary fairs once held on London's frozen River Thames.
A visit to a brussels sprout farm and celebrating The Snowman's birthday.
10/10 Tragedy strikes, but Arthur proves how big his heart is. From July 1975.
3/5 Dawn King's tale of a young couple ignoring warnings on a New Zealand getaway.
6/6 Before American action, the British government must track down all the deadly Exon seeds.
6/6 Pondering his life as a cartoonist proves to be more dangerous and revealing than intended
6/6 Steam powered fun from the Great Exhibition of 1851, plus the latest inventions.
3/4 It's time for 'flour power' and suddenly everything turns cool! Satirical British history.
3/4 Evolution's epic story is revealed in the nostalgic spoof of boys' adventure story papers.
Monday 24 December 2012