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?
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.
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 By John Steinbeck. The Joad family head back on the road with their dream in tatters.
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.
2/6 There's a new member of staff at the school and certain male colleagues are most impressed
5/6 Izzy spends her birthday coping with the surprise news that she's pregnant.
8/8 Paul springs his trap, and the secret of the watch-chain is finally revealed.
6/6 The Roman detective realises the lengths that a lover will go to for revenge.
5/6 Smuggler Jago is kidnapped, but can he survive in polite city society?
1/6 New series of the uplifting live music and comedy show with a different guest each episode
2/9 Fledgling channel Troutbridge TV stages a gala programme to boost its viewership.
At the RAF station-turned-country club, it's time for holiday reminiscences.
3/6 While checking the pipes in the cellar, the corner-shop barber makes a discovery.
2/6 The two dysfunctional siblings Nigel and Michael win an award. From October 2005.
3/3 By John Steinbeck. When Tom and Casy are attacked by a mob of vigilantes, Tom hits back.
Desperate to see an Everton match, a boy turns to the local fish fryer for help.
4/4 Dr Aston feels threatened when a rival psychologist investigates a series of attacks.
5/10 William is attracted to the Directrice of the girls' school, but all is not as it seems.
8/10 Historian Sir David Cannadine explores the hobby that meant the most to Churchill.
5/10 The claim for insurance sparks repercussions for loss adjuster Lorimer Black.
5/5 Now under arrest in Paris, Mata Hari's fate is in the Grand Inquisitor's hands.
Violinist Tamsin Green tells Mel about her time studying at the Yehudi Menuhin School.
4/5 Troubles abound in the village boatyard and surgery - with a sleazy press.
By JB Priestley. A patient fears evil is at work in the shape of a sinister conspiracy.
10/10 The crew of spaceship Challenger's search is over, but Earth is not how they left it.
4/6 Armando's radio drop-in centre tackles the thorny issues of TV weather and the election.
4/5 Poet and composer Ivor Cutler on bargain hunting, water flowers and 'Beelyploomkins'.
4/5 Surreal saga of a dynasty delicately balanced on the edge of sanity.
4/4 Neil Innes performs jingles for products you never knew you needed.
Saturday 2 March 2013