By Rosemary Timperley. Young Rachel finds her whole life blighted by one encounter.
7/10 The Challenger has found its sister starship, but the crew are living in total isolation.
3/8 Who is the mysterious 'number 10' and what connects him to the beautiful Mrs Grimethorpe?
2/5 Chilcote and his dead ringer Loder set out to exchange identities, but can they succeed?
8/8 An extended edition of The News Quiz, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
7/8 The emaciation of women in the National Theatre of Brent's definitive history of Earth.
2/10 Lewis Eliot gets caught up in a political scandal engulfing the family of his best friend.
2/3 84-year-old Rosemary makes a young friend. Will he deliver her surprising request?
In painter Vincent Van Gogh's final years in an asylum, a nurse becomes fascinated by him.
1/8 Hannah is driving her mother round the bend and Joe is discovering girls.
4/6 Fat is a feminist issue for Pam, and for everyone else when she declares war on gravity.
4/8 There's mystery over Mary's illness, and the sleuth discovers more about his sister's past
3/5 Attending Lady Bramfell's reception as Chilcote, Loder joins in the crystal ball gazing.
1/5 Graham attends Wendy Bottomley's weight loss class. Sitcom about fighting the flab.
5/6 It's cold, dark and there's no food on board. What better time for Gertie to fall to bits?
The lad throws himself a launch party for his new series but things don't quite go to plan
14/14 To mark the end of the series, it's panto time! With John Cleese. From January 1967.
6/8 When Sarah sees an old flame 30 years on, her mother interrupts them once again.
3/4 When the Yorkshire builders price up fitting mirrors, they end up seeing double.
3/10 Lewis Eliot is teaching in Cambridge, when an election is called for a new Master.
3/3 Kate gets news that may cut the journey short, and her mum has a surprise waiting for her.
Set in a hotel, Peter Tinniswood's last play was created for Chekhov admirer Paul Scofield
18/25 Tragedy stalks the streets and a familiar face is discovered spying on the Revolutionaries
26/30 Amanda Vickery assesses 19th-century learning at home through both mother and child.
8/10 To the consternation of those around him, Baratte asks Heloise Godard to move in with him.
3/5 Autobiography of a Tory grandee. After a letter from the bank, Ferdinand needs employment.
Mel Giedroyc hears the Inheritance Tracks of chef Heston Blumenthal.
1/6 Emily is in Australia, Charlotte is still engaged and Roger is worried. Can Anna cope?
By Wilkie Collins. Isaac lives in fear of a knife-wielding female. Is she of this Earth?
8/10 The crew of Challenger have mounted an escape, but their starship has vanished.
5/6 A sticky DIY mishap for cabbie Dave, and Mike's first job is with the menacing Jess.
Sara Pascoe talks to Nat Luurtsema.
6/6 The duo desperately seek inspiration for the final script of their series. From 2000.
1/6 Satan strikes a bizarre bargain with an eminent historian.
Thursday 14 February 2013