2/6 After Saul and his family win a competition, strange events happen.
2/8 Will Rick Deckard's empathy test identify the dangerously sophisticated Nexus 6 androids?
2/5 Hyde is wanted for murder and disappears. But what is his connection to Dr Jekyll?
2/8 Investigating the 'murder' of a student, the sleuth wonders if the victim really is dead.
2/5 Investigator Charles Unwin finds his boss's disappearance is linked to a mystery corpse.
5/8 An extended edition of The News Quiz, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
4/8 From Vikings to Normans, the National Theatre of Brent present their history of Earth.
2/5 Relations between Dmitry and his father turn ever more dangerous.
2/5 A child's impetuous act is finally resolved on a seafront some 50 years later.
A single older woman takes on a gardener and gets much more than she bargained for.
4/6 Can a tribe of African pygmies be persuaded to endorse Tommy and Sheila's CD?
1/6 An uncle's gift leaves menopausal flower child Merv yearning to discover his inner cowboy.
3/8 The sleuth meets an author suspected of the murder, but does she know about a vital clue?
3/5 Charles Unwin discovers his problems might be solved by reading chapter 18 of the manual.
4/6 Alison takes her class to a Cumbrian wind farm, with keen Colin and Kenneth in hot pursuit
2/6 As Carolyn and Martin row with a taxi and a bee, Douglas and Arthur play with an airport.
The lad's new avant-garde friends produce poetical gems - with help from Sid and Bill.
11/14 Comedy launch of 'For Better and for Worse and Son'. With John Cleese. From December 1966.
3/8 Sarah tidies up husband Henry's study four years after his death. From October 1987.
6/6 Crime writers Frances Fyfield and Peter N Walker try to solve a medical mystery.
3/5 Following the violent encounter at the Karamazov home, Dmitry goes in search of Grushenka.
3/5 A strange recognition across the generations for a schoolboy and an enigmatic maid.
Poetry sparks lust, ambition and rivalry at a residential writing course in Shropshire.
3/25 Jean Valjean wins respect as the Mayor of Montreuil, but life is less rosy for Fantine.
16/30 Historian Amanda goes below stairs to find out about domestic workers in a household.
3/10 Jan and Sophia's attraction to each other is overwhelming, but can it stay secret?
3/5 The comic actor and travel writer reflects on his relationship with his ailing dad.
Mel Giedroyc hears the Inheritance Tracks of legendary singer and activist Harry Belafonte
The quartet of David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis entertain
3/6 Haensel warns Elise, and Saul is summoned by Selwyn. More mystery in Roman Bath.
3/8 Deckard is on the trail of the rogue android that's seriously injured his boss.
3/5 Mr Hyde appears to be dead and Dr Jekyll is gone. Will a paper trail unravel the mystery?
2/6 Lind and Mike hold a darts competition. Rebel gives important marital advice to Lara.
The Comedy Club offers the best comedy around. Tonight, Jon Holmes chats to Milton Jones.
3/6 Disabled comedian Bill finds popularity once more and embarks on one final gig. From 2000.
2/4 Alex is obsessed with snails, but can women ever replace them in his affections?
Thursday 24 January 2013