By John Keir Cross. Who is the mysterious woman claiming to be Felix's daughter?
2/10 Telson and Darv make contact with the Earth ship, but the response is unexpected.
8/8 The sleuth gathers evidence in New York to clear Gerald, but there's a sting in the tail.
2/4 Concealing his discovery, John outwardly woos Constance, but falls under Adrian's spell.
1/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches.
1/4 The ex-political correspondent quizzes a panel about himself.
7/10 As the Cold War intensifies, a spy is at large within Britain's nuclear research programme
2/3 A middle-aged woman returns home to find her 14-year-old self sitting in her lounge.
Two librarians decide to emulate Miss Marple when a corpse is found in their crime section
2/8 Faith and teenage son Joe fall out, but is Bill the cause or the cure?
5/6 Reunions top the agenda at the CyberPass bistro, but are they such a good idea?
1/8 A mysterious watch-chain sends Paul and Steve in pursuit of a gang of counterfeiters.
3/4 John sends a letter summoning Sophia to Naples, where she learns a terrible secret.
2/5 Graham finds himself dating two women, and there's a surprise for the other slimmers.
6/6 Love is in the air as Douglas and Herc fight it out over the fruit tray.
Tired of the lad's big-headedness, Bill and Moira decide to teach him a lesson.
1/14 John Cleese's magic tricks and a talking baboon called Dermot. Sketches with Graeme Garden
7/8 Sarah is irritated by her mother Eleanor's opinions on TV and every other subject.
4/4 The Yorkshire builders are warned over a dodgy landlord, and a birth is imminent.
8/10 Back in Cambridge, a scandal threatens the reputation of Lewis Eliot's old college.
3/3 A romanticising couple rehearse possible future scenarios for their life together.
Martyn Wade's comic tale of greed and corruption in Victorian London. With James Grout.
23/25 It's Marius and Cosette's wedding day. But is that trouble lurking outside the church?
1/10 Churchill was a keen bricklayer, but did he have anything in common with the working man?
3/5 Blessed by the Pope, Galileo can continue his work, but convent life is hard for Virginia.
3/5 Lemn Sissay visits the drinkers of affluent Congleton in Cheshire.
500 Words judge Charlie Higson reveals his 'Inheritance Books' - books for younger readers
2/6 Victoria frets over Roger, Charlotte misbehaves badly and Anna is stuck in the middle.
By Ray Bradbury. Marion's pet dog keeps her in touch with the outside world. And beyond.
3/10 The crew members believe they've outwitted the Angels and can wait out the flood.
6/6 Cabbie Mike thinks his number may be up when he is forced to drive Pat to the cemetery.
The Comedy Club offers the best comedy around. Plus Jon Holmes talks to comedian Zoe Lyons
1/6 Enjoy a display for the worst-selling author of Victorian times.
2/6 Satan introduces historian Edith to Adam and Eve, but they are none too bright.
Thursday 21 February 2013