3/4 Mistaking it for the night bus, Bernie is a prisoner on the time-travelling double-decker.
3/4 Death has fun in the real world, leaving the teenager to run his life-collecting business.
4/5 Stephen J Blackburn is called in when a writer is convinced his TV script's been pinched.
2/3 The amateur sleuth probes a dead cameraman's relationship to a drowned actress.
6/6 A political back to basics push puts Caroline in danger, and Kit into a maid's outfit.
2/6 Is team bonding best practiced while senior manager Peter and HR's Sam are inebriated?
1/2 Hearts beat and minds scheme. The dowdy Withers compete with the glittering Springs.
The Spanish Civil War brings a little boy to the attention of a young couple.
A man is called to hospital to see his mother, but does anything to avoid her bedside.
8/8 Mixed emotions as the school year draws to a close with Mr Holliday's last day in teaching
3/6 Robert Wilson is acting in a disorderly manner.
5/5 An elderly couple's time-share cash con sparks Stephen J Blackburn's first case abroad.
3/3 Trailing a murderous avenger, the amateur detective is led into a terrifying maze.
3/6 A hairy folk band helps Tamsyn Trelawny and the Cornish smugglers to escape the law.
2/2 William and his faithful Outlaws encounter a strangely complacent six-year-old.
British Embassy staff panic with their lease in Tratvia set to expire. From April 1966.
6/7 Blankety Blank gets a new host. With Nigel Rees, Chris Emmett, Jo Kendall and Fred Harris.
5/6 The town's media makeover excites the islanders, so can Irene really leave now?
4/6 Doug wonders if he can rely on his ex-wife Molly for help during his mum's convalescence.
2/2 Will the young, widowed and pretty Viola Wither escape her stifling in-laws?
Resentment surfaces when Mrs Mason is asked questions about her famous sibling.
Fantasy recollections of the Isle of Anglesey floating off from mainland Wales.
9/10 Visiting Lydia in the sanatorium, Richardson catches up on events with Blackie.
10/10 As he helps her recovery, Richardson must face up to what love for Lydia really means.
5/5 Staring out of the window, Alan muses about what 'being a writer' actually means.
3/8 The legendary pilot faces more trouble from McBain, as he leaves the local saloon.
Two helpings of Dick and Dom's popular science series 'How Dangerous Is Your Holiday?
2/6 The highlight of the cultural week in Ballylenon is a 'gramophone record recital'.
4/4 Hildegard wants to make music, while Bernie finds out who - or what - is driving the bus.
4/4 Death is nowhere to be found, the nodes need attention, and Princess Keli is in danger.
2/2 Satan does his best by Hope, while Thomas incurs the wrath of demons. From January 2003.
1/6 The team takes the audience to Margate and asks 'Whose Pencil Line is it Anyway?'.
2/6 Ruth's keen to get pregnant, but Anthony's distracted by a potential patient.
2/6 Alan Titchmarsh offers explosive gardening tips. Northern Ireland's topical comedy troupe.
Saturday 5 January 2013