2/5 Barton and his team head deep behind German lines to track down a terrifying new weapon.
2/10 Heading for a home they've never known, the crew must come to terms with shock news.
4/6 Dalgliesh's hunt for the Whistler seems to be over, so Hilary's killer is still at large.
7/10 Campion escapes from the police by train, but is joined on board by a mysterious old man.
7/10 Dawkins' servant's splendid turban. That's the problem. The detective is on track again.
7/8 An extended edition of The News Quiz, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
6/8 Battles galore in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth. From 1990.
3/4 The heroine's machinations lead to the solving of a mystery - and to a wedding.
2/5 A farmer avoids the doctor, aware his test results are bad. Read by Dermot Crowley.
Arrested in Alabama over bus segregation, Rosa Park symbolised American Civil Rights.
6/6 Son Murray worries that tubby Tommy and Sheila have more rolls than roles. From June 2001.
3/6 The CyberPass cafe is shaken by Neville's shock news that his girlfriend has dumped him.
5/6 Caroline reveals her true aim, and Amy finds she is more involved than she could imagine.
8/10 With the mystery of '15' uncovered, Campion is in a race against time to save the country.
8/10 It's time for the Bombay detective to test the theory that he's been building for days.
6/6 When the college gets its own radio station, Colin becomes a playwright (of sorts).
4/6 When his mum falls ill, Martin has to deal with a sister, a van and a moustache.
When he hears his sound-alike in a TV commercial, the lad heads straight to court.
13/14 'The Curse of the Flying Wombat' climaxes - or does it? From December 1966.
5/8 Clare is seeing graduate Julian, but his brainy parents make her feel inadequate.
2/4 The Yorkshire builders work on the home of a faded Hollywood star.
4/4 Will Lucilla ever end up with a husband? And who will win the election?
3/5 A woman is haunted by an event from her past which remains unchallenged.
Alone, far from home and his only audience by 1968 is press clippings and bottles of vodka
13/25 Jean Valjean is in mortal danger, but can Marius summon Inspector Javert to save him?
22/30 The story of an 18th-century couple who spend life doing up their magnificent houses.
3/10 Accompanied by Jeanne, Baratte makes his first inspection of the cemetery.
3/5 The humorist muses on travelling and considers acting lessons for posing in holiday snaps.
Afternoon chat with Mel Giedroyc. (R)
Humorous songs from David Barlow, Peter Christie, Miles Kington and Alan Maryon-Davis.
3/5 Barton and the team have found the Germans' secret weapon. But what exactly is it?
3/10 After their devastating news, the starship's crew face peril from a once-benign force.
4/6 Andrew delivers a themed date for Lind. Dave's former school bully rears his ugly head.
5/6 A provincial theatre company comes a cropper at the hands of a mad playwright. From 2000.
4/4 With 2000 snails in Alex's shed, there are fears that they'll take over the village.
Thursday 7 February 2013