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.
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.
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
1/6 Emily is in Australia, Charlotte is still engaged and Roger is worried. Can Anna cope?
1/5 Graham attends Wendy Bottomley's weight loss class. Sitcom about fighting the flab.
5/8 Despite his sister Mary's confession, the sleuth's murder mystery is not over yet.
4/5 Acclaimed in the Commons as Chilcote, will a past event unmask Loder's true identity?
3/6 It is crunch time for Izzy, with Bill, Michael and Razors all vying for her attention.
4/6 Comedian Stephen K Amos and guests compile an Idiot's Guide to Crime and Punishment.
An electrician's visit brings worrying news about the pier. Dad's Army spin-off.
Ron Glum faces jail - will Eth stand by her man? Stars Dick Bentley and June Whitfield.
2/6 Miss Primrose is ordered to travel to South Africa and murder General Cheeseman.
2/6 Markus Birdman, Lloyd Langford and Chris Corcoran star in Rhod Gilbert's comedy quiz.
4/10 The Nazi threat affects even quiet college life in Cambridge. Lewis suffers a tragedy.
Gerda and Pam are two women who find themselves emotionally frozen in the past.
When Jimmy asks Clara to teach him to read, an unlikely friendship develops.
19/25 Marius and the rebels face the cannons. Valjean and Javert face each other. Who will win?
27/30 The Victorians contrived increasingly ingenious ways to domesticate nature.
9/10 Lecoeur hides at Les Innocents with a pistol. Baratte hunts for him, armed with a spade.
4/5 Autobiography of a Tory grandee. A new job at the heart of the Thatcher government.
Mel Gieldroyc with this week's story, Blabbermouth by Morris Gleitzman.
6/6 As Rabbi Abraham struggles after his collapse, Rabbi Su meets a hospital doctor.
By Rosemary Timperley. Can Mary refuse the voice claiming to be her grandfather?
9/10 The starship Challenger's crew act on suspicions in their battle to find Earth.
1/6 The return of the topical sketch show which anyone can write for. With Justin Edwards.
Sara Pascoe chats a little more with Nat Luurtsema.
Spoofing student life and a meaty mammal.
1/4 With no morals and little brain, aggressive marketing director John Weak is back.
Friday 15 February 2013