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4/5 Things can't get much worse for Barton and his team - or can they?
4/10 The crew's Astra and Darv are taken to a neighbouring moon for cross-examination.
6/6 A double death at sea gives the police what they want, but the Commander isn't so sure.
9/10 A bang on the head restores Campion's memory, but he finds himself in even deeper trouble.
9/10 Now that the detective has the khansamah at his mercy, what will the servant reveal?
1/6 Dr Vestler's inhuman hopping skills reveal an unholy project involving animals.
1/6 Chris Corcoran, Lloyd Langford, Rob Deering and Tom Craine join Rhod Gilbert's comedy quiz
Plumber Maggie lives in a small village. One day a stranger arrives and changes her life.
4/5 A retiring teacher recalls how a moment of bliss sends ripples of disquiet into her life.
Sir Thomas Phillipps aimed to own a copy of every book in the world.
5/6 Su prepares to take Jeremy home, while Abraham prepares to talk to the press.
2/6 Can a relationship with her ex-pupil Razors be the best thing for teacher Izzy?
1/8 Sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey's brother, the Duke of Denver, is arrested for murder.
10/10 Campion races against time to foil the counterfeit plot set to ruin the economy.
10/10 What was the gunshot heard by the detective as the khansamah was being driven to jail?
2/6 18th-century smuggler Tamsyn's head is turned by hunky new band of outlaws 'Boyz 2 Rob'.
John Osborne tells of his adventures when he started replying to newsagent window adverts.
The British Ambassador in Tratvia is flagging up trouble. From March 1968.
4/6 It's time to meet the Muppets. From November 1980.
4/4 It's the office party and Jones thinks all his Christmases have come at once.
3/4 From tandems to gym bikes, Pam Ayres' poems and sketches.
The story of Olive Garnett, who falls for a Russian expatriate with a sinister past.
5/5 A student regrets holding things back at her holiday job to fit in with the women workers.
A missing recording of Macbeth creates a tie between three people in war-torn West Africa.
15/25 Love is in the air in the Rue Plumet. But why is Jean Valjean so obsessed with secrecy?
23/30 How eccentric homes reflected wider 18th-century ideas about science and nature.
5/10 Baratte meets Lecoeur, an ex-miner colleague, to recruit workers for the excavation.
5/5 The humorist, writer and broadcaster muses on a Victorian novelty and home-working.
Were the Romans the first to watch people being murdered for fun? Mel finds out. (R)
1/5 Parish Council leader Mrs Roberts battles on with her village toll tax. From July 1989.
5/5 Jurgen and Kate are desperate to get the weapon away before all is lost.
5/10 The starship closes in on Zelda 5, where Darv and Astra face death as captives.
3/4 The human chameleon's host of comic characters from a chicken shop worker to a honeymooner
6/6 The sketch show team take their audience on a trip to the cinema.
Arthur Smith is joined by John Cooper Clarke.
1/5 Poems, songs and relaxation tips, including fishy verse and how to jazz up mince.
1/5 Surreal saga of a dynasty delicately balanced on the edge of sanity. From December 1996.
1/4 Neil Innes ruminates wryly on the nature of civilisation.
Saturday 9 February 2013