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A serial strangler is stalking women, but Lavinia Nibbs won't let him spoil her night out.
4/17 Bill is horrified by what he discovers in London, but manages to rescue a girl from danger
4/5 As Poirot unravels the threads of the murder, it seems Mary wasn't the first victim.
1/2 A dying policeman recalls how a gruesome murder many years before changed his life forever
4/6 Birthday celebrations go awry for the rural railway station's cafe proprietor June.
4/6 With Anthony Holden, Valerie Grove, Lucy Moore and Geoffrey Durham. From September 2004.
Based on film producer John Houseman's memoirs of The Blue Dahlia and Raymond Chandler.
4/5 Two women with the same name convalesce in a maternity ward.
3/4 Invited to a remote part of the Fens, Warwick discovers treasure guarded by a ghost-dog.
4/8 A new parent-governor is rocking the boat and there's trouble in the playground.
1/6 Local hack journalist Roy Hitchcock tries to win the heart of his former teacher.
5/5 As Elinor stands accused, Belgian sleuth Poirot uncovers evidence of greed and deceit.
2/2 Recalling a gruesome murder, a dying policeman continues his deathbed confessions.
4/4 In the late 1940s, the master dupes two brothers entranced by Lenin, Marx and Trotsky.
With guest panellists John O'Farrell and Jane Thynne. Author of the Week is Mark Twain.
5/13 The crew of Troutbridge see stars at a fundraiser for seamen who are down on their luck.
From playing Doxon of Dick Green, to a troop of Beefeaters. The ultimate one-man show.
3/6 International stardom beckons when the social worker appears on the radio.
2/6 Nigel is haunted, while Michael thinks he is Bruce Willis. From February 2007.
1/3 Dickens's often overlooked tale of a huge-hearted landlady and her eccentric lodgers.
5/5 Four-year-old Britta and her fearful imagination cause embarrassment for Miss Jenner.
4/4 Roller-skating Warwick challenges bike-riding son Jack to a race to the cathedral door.
5/10 Emma meets wealthy land owner Rodolphe Boulanger, and succumbs to temptation.
18/30 Heather Couper traces our understanding of nebulae, island universes outside our galaxy.
5/5 Billy's fantasies have all been exposed. Will he leave to start a new life in London?
10/10 Musa and the rest end their isolation and head their separate ways, their lives changed.
Mel has another Magical Mystery Tour and a singing mobile library man.
3/8 With daughter Hannah at university, Faith's son Joe wants an Italian student to stay.
A lone survivor on Mars has waited a lifetime for rescue. At age 80, his phone rings.
5/17 Josella is devastated when she returns to her home with Bill.
3/6 Comedian Mark Steel celebrates the East Sussex town's fires, pub fights and stroppiness.
3/6 When warding off dark lords, salad is acceptable. Cerebral sketch show with Neil Edmond.
Arthur Smith talks to Gina Yashere on her return from LA.
3/6 The urban warrior's comedy-music mix, with the full lowdown on fashion.
Saturday 25 May 2013