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1/3 The natural world turns on mankind as a war veteran and his family come under attack.
2/3 As MI7 recruits Malcolm Holmes, some uncomfortable truths are uncovered.
5/5 Will re-enacting the seance finally reveal who murdered Captain Trevelyan?
10/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls the case of a GP accused of killing his wife.
1/6 It's Irene's 33rd birthday, so the island inhabitants have some surprises on the way.
4/6 Can struggling journalist Maddox make a splash with a political corruption tip-off?
After bugging the US Embassy, inventor Leon Theremin must avoid both the CIA and the KGB.
A tale of public and private anguish, based around the Battle of Agincourt.
2/7 The Baker Street sleuth probes the case of a young solicitor accused of murder.
1/6 Melissa and Compton win a holiday, but spurn Herne Bay for an adventure in ancient Egypt.
1/5 Hellbent on becoming QC no matter what, John Fuller-Carp employs anyone who can help him.
A strange disappearance and a horrific murder prompts a teacher's own investigation.
4 Extra Debut. Kate Williams investigates the legacy of Samuel Smiles' 1859 book Self Help
19/32 From San Diego, the funny man welcomes the United States Navy Band Southwest.
1/4 Featuring Little Britain, The Flight of the Conchords and The 99p Challenge.
A single woman runs the bank in order to save it. Starring Penelope Wilton.
Charles Chilton worked for the BBC for 46 years. In 1972, he recalled his London childhood
2/6 Shady lawyer Flywheel goes into showbusiness. The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated.
The amazing rise and fall of BBC Home Service announcer Wallace Greenslade.
5/6 David muses on his native tongue as a foreign language and the trouble taxidermy can bring
1/6 Space heroes Jack and Chip tackle green Venusian terrorists. 1950s American sci-fi spoof.
Horror legend Vincent Price relates the unnerving tale of a secretary's murderous revenge.
1/6 Big names of comedy, including Stephen Carlin, Adams and Rea and Jon Richardson.
6/6 The award-winning funny man muses on all beasts, including humans.
1/4 The cops are on the case when a prostitute's body is found in a prosperous part of Glasgow
2/5 Mattie is embroiled in a mysterious death, having been given the chance of a lifetime.
2/5 By Saki. Young Conradin worships a fierce polecat ferret which answers his prayers.
Sunday 5 January 2014