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By R Chetwynd-Hayes. A fire warden team are put to the test during a 1940 bombing raid.
8/10 An android built by the computers on spaceship Challenger suffers severe logic failure.
6/8 The hunt for the counterfeiters leads Paul to a high-speed powerboat on the Thames.
4/6 After two murders in one night, the Roman detective is offered a job by the prime suspect.
8/8 Sarah is off to Florence but worries about her mother, plus there's shock news from Clare.
1/6 Hapless backbencher Duncan Stonebridge loses a laptop full of secret government reports.
1/3 The battles of Ma Joad as her family trek west in 1930s America.
2/3 By Willy Vlautin. At his old bar, a man wonders why locals avoid talk of his dead wife.
2/4 A confused man claims to have witnessed a murder, so the police turn to Dr Joe Aston.
3/6 Roger is set to retire, but Victoria struggles to broaden her husband's cultural interests
3/5 Graham confesses to Lee, and Kelly owns up to a deception regarding her pen pal.
7/8 The sleuth gets a shock on his own doorstep, then baits a discreet trap to gather evidence
5/6 The bruised Roman woos his girlfriend, but then his world crashes down around him.
5/6 Izzy spends her birthday coping with the surprise news that she's pregnant.
6/6 Stephen K Amos compiles an idiot's guide to health and medicine.
5/13 Mrs Pike asks Arthur to talk to her son about the birds and bees.
Does Eth still fan the flames of Ron Glum's passion? Stars Dick Bentley and June Whitfield
4/6 Two crime writers decide to aid the perfect murder.
4/6 Elis James, Jon Richardson, Lloyd Langford and Chris Corcoran join Rhod Gilbert's quiz.
2/3 Searching for work in California, the Joads learn thousands like them have also migrated.
3/3 By Ian Rankin. A boy taken under a market trader's wing wonders why he is known as Saviour
3/4 Dr Joe Aston helps police probe a taxi driver who is the only witness to a murder.
4/10 William takes on a new teaching role, but is warned about Mademoiselle Reuter.
8/10 Sir David Cannadine explores Winston Churchill's vexed relationship with money.
4/10 Loss adjuster Lorimer Black reports back to the claimants for a fire-damaged hotel.
4/5 Now reinvented as a sensual dancer, Margaretha Zelle senses a plot unfolding against her.
Mel Giedroyc hears from Hardeep Singh Kohli as he explores the world of tightrope-walking.
2/6 There's a new member of staff at the school and certain male colleagues are most impressed
By Anonymous. Jack is set for a good time in a friend's house, but why do rumours persist?
9/10 The starship Challenger's crew finally locate their planet, but what will they find?
3/6 BBC Radio 4 Extra's topical sketch show which anyone can write for. With Justin Edwards.
2/6 From Lord Sugar to Bruce Forsyth, Jon Culshaw explores the private lives of famous folk.
3/4 Marketing maestro John Weak tackles a meeting room crisis with a little seduction.
Friday 1 March 2013