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A safari into the prehistoric past sparks unexpected results.
Native Hawaiian Keawe buys a bottle promising love, fame and money, but there's a drawback
8/28 From San Francisco - the American funny man welcomes blues master Elvin Bishop.
2/2 The Cazalets have it all - but longing, indiscretion and jealousy simmer below the surface
2/3 The life of pioneer reporter Mea Allan and mentor May Chalmers in wartime letters.
Three family generations symbolise post-war Britain's decline. Stars Bill Nighy.
4/4 Nick Mohammed stars as lifestyle guru Mr Swallow.
Friends recall the importance of chocolate in their lives. Moya O'Shea's tales.
5/5 After a duet with Mickey Rooney, the author agrees to perform at a Garland tribute show.
4/6 Victoria Coren hosts the show that thinks the unthinkable.
12/13 Medic Simon Sparrow must cope with both his hangover and a bad case of cold feet.
The feather-brained civil servants get in a flap.
Gerda sets out to find her playmate Kay, who has been lured to a faraway ice palace.
From Eminem to Elgar - children's campaigner Camila Batmanghelidjh's choices.
A young man takes his beloved Rose to climb a mountain, with alarming consequences.
2/6 The brothers' salon is swamped by kids and some uninvited visitors. From November 1999.
The two Berts, Jim and Joe find themselves on an intriguing quest.
3/5 David Nobbs recalls Peter Cook, David Frost and his part in the Sixties' satire boom.
South American republic Olifa is rich in minerals and ripe for revolution.
Mel's best bits from this week's 4 O'Clock Show programmes.
3/7 Sexagenarians Alan Coren and Christopher Matthew use free travel for another chatty trip.
1/4 Dunning has literary trouble, while Lionheart searches for a mysterious object.
2/3 By Robert Louis Stevenson. A convalescing soldier finds love in a sinister Spanish house.
3/4 The tall, life-embracing shopkeeper is overlooked when Gary needs a pretend other half.
2/6 Manly matters with Steve 'not the snooker player' Davis, including 'Desert Island Birds'.
2/6 The struggling writer paints his flat to impress Caroline, but his geraniums hate it.
Monday 14 January 2013