By Rosemary Timperley. Young cellist Janet meets a confused old man. And he seems familiar
4/10 Bran wants the crew to destroy an artefact floating in space. Will they cooperate?
2/8 When warned not to interfere, our hero becomes even more determined to investigate.
4/4 John's friend Gaskell penetrates the secret of Adrian Temple's malign spell on John.
3/6 Mr Zizz, the bad cartoonist, is not really capable of murder. Or is he?
3/6 Lucy Porter, Milton Jones, Lloyd Langford and Chris Corcoran in Rhod Gilbert's comedy quiz
9/10 Post-war politics throws up surprises for Lewis Eliot, as a rising star enlists his help.
1/3 A husband on holiday with his wife is tested to the limit by the tantrums of a young boy.
4 Extra Debut. When Luke acquires a valuable sketch, he plans to make a killing.
1/6 A school inspection is due, but the visitor in the playground is not from Ofsted.
4/6 As Izzy's love-life grows ever more complicated, she's in for a big surprise. From 1993.
3/8 Paul is making progress in the counterfeiting case, but then the killer strikes again.
1/6 Falco faces temptation from a professional bride with a habit of outliving her husbands.
4/6 It's Jesters' Relief Week, but must Cornish smuggler Tamsyn raise funds for Devonians?
Comedian-adventurer Tim FitzHigham recreates a bizarre bet originally wagered in 1753.
1/9 Troutbridge TV's new Deputy Controller, Henry Povey soon spots some familiar faces.
6/6 The team's last ever episode. With Chris Emmett, Fred Harris and guest David Jason.
2/6 Money starts to go missing from the corner-shop barber's till, so who's the thief?
1/6 Michael gets a circus obsession and Nigel has an odd encounter. From September 2005.
10/10 Roger Quaife's political destiny hangs on a Commons debate. What future for Lewis Eliot?
2/3 Older sister May gradually recognises the truth of her standing with her younger sister.
Leni makes a surprising discovery at the pool in this drama about the loss of a baby.
25/25 Can there be a final reconciliation for Valjean and Cosette? With Roger Allam.
3/10 Historian Sir David Cannadine explores Churchill's first career as a journalist.
5/5 On suspicion of heresy, the scientist faces sentencing for his exposition of Copernicus.
5/5 Lemn Sissay discovers if there's a darker side to rowing town, Henley-on-Thames.
500 Words deadline is today, and Mel has the 'Inheritance Books' of Frank Cottrell Boyce.
3/5 Parish council leader Mrs Roberts must deal with a supermarket boycott. From August 1989.
By Rosemary Timperley. Can a holiday overcome the issues that divide a bickering family?
5/10 On an abandoned artificial sun, the Challenger crew probes the computer in charge.
2/6 The funny man throws open his radio drop-in centre, for sketches, chat and big, big fibs.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs. Plus Arthur Smith is joined by John Shuttleworth.
3/5 Ivor Cutler and friends present dark tales, off-beat songs and tips for aspiring poets.
3/5 Surreal saga of a dynasty delicately balanced on the edge of sanity.
3/4 Breakfast dramas and memories of touring the USA with the Bonzo Dog Band from Neil Innes.
Saturday 23 February 2013