3/5 As Bowers' behaviour worsens, Debs discovers why he seems immune to the cold.
8/10 Voices from beyond the grave. MacLeod finds he is not alone and may have a useful ally.
3/5 By Edith Wharton. Saul slips out to see his ex-girlfriend, even though she died years ago.
4/6 The detective's probe into Mrs Palgrove's murder makes life uncomfortable for her husband.
2/4 Falco's murder trail takes him to a remote and dangerous outpost of the Empire - Britain.
2/6 Angry Nancy takes action when she hears what the old rogue has been up to.
1/4 Two friends head off on a surreal camping trip, with a pretend dog.
1/2 When prophet Fiver predicts doom for their warren, not all the rabbits will listen.
3/5 Kevin's wife has left him with two kids and a babysitter to pay. Or at least he thinks so.
Old grudges resurface as Miss St Andrews 1961 meets her old rival 50 years on.
2/6 Victoria is excited about Emily's pregnancy. Roger is worried about the baby's education.
2/6 The Hon Clarence Green hears about a journey into the very darkest heart of barbarism.
5/6 As suspicions over Palgrove grow, the kindly detective calls on an old friend.
3/4 Probing illegal imports of, the Roman sleuth chances upon a plot to overthrow the Emperor.
3/4 1858 - Bored by Gerald, Cordelia is having fun with struggling novelist Wilkie Collins.
3/6 Mary Berry deals with a baking-related dispute between Ray Winstone and Bob Hoskins.
14/20 Captain Mainwaring is horrified when some prisoners of war escape from a camp.
The enigma of Mona Lisa's smile is solved, and Eth and Ron fancy their own place.
4/6 Ronnie has a devious idea to get Nick's ex-girlfriend back. What could go wrong?
2/6 Sam hopes a rescue dog can soothe grumpy Peter's retirement.
2/2 The rabbits try to rescue General Woundwort's females to establish their own dynasty.
4/5 A teacher reflects on 23 years in the same room waiting for the bell to ring.
Two bungling losers try to win the day by stealing the Queen's wedding certificate.
4/5 Drama shifts to crisis as Irene gets Vera's kids to vent their feelings in verse.
29/30 How children have fallen between the family and the state, sometimes with tragic results.
4/5 The major, his wife and Leafy Barkwell have a heartbreaking encounter on an evening walk.
4/5 A pantomime provides a solo opportunity and a potentially bruised backside.
Dick and Dom explore more seasonal science in How Dangerous Is Your Christmas?
6/6 The Americans are desperate to identify the owner of the Hoover cottage.
4/5 The weather worsens and Bowers goes on the rampage. The others have to run. But where?
9/10 A visit to a potential ally clarifies MacLeod's thoughts, but raises doubts about Katrina.
4/5 By Richard Matheson. Pasty-faced schoolkid Jules' only ambition is to become a vampire.
4/6 Sam assumes leadership of the quest, and Lord Darkness fakes a win.
3/6 Agony aunt Sarah and her group tackle problems like 'I'm childless and proud of it'.
3/6 Local government officer Martin Christmas makes an unusual visit to the fire station.
Friday 20 December 2013