3/5 A boy swears a poltergeist is attacking him, but his father blames his son's wilfulness.
3/5 Edna's parallel London life sees a trip to the theatre, or is that untheatre?
3/5 Retired hitman Art Gordo faces more pressure to kill the shadowy Charles Allweather.
3/4 The all-American hero battles to save gold bullion and solve Evelyn's disappearance.
1/3 By Bill Paterson. Two brothers argue over the choice of music for an old friend's funeral.
2/6 James Walton is joined by Andrew Collins, Tracey MacLeod, David Quantick and Stewart Lee.
2/2 Therese and Laurent have murdered Camille, but endless nights of terror await them.
3/3 By Jessica Ransom. Dressing a queen for her final appearance is a great responsibility.
2/3 Musical detective Megan's mystery melody quest leads her to a 1920s Swansea tearoom.
1/6 The footie team's new strip causes controversy. Will they be ready for the new season?
2/6 A suspect English lord arrives in Monte Guano to be immortalised on canvas.
4/5 Retired hitman Art Gordo makes a decision about his target Charles Allweather.
4/4 The action hero finally confronts his nemesis at the top of a New York landmark.
1/6 The struggling actor and his friends find themselves locked in - a lot!
3/4 Sketch show written by and starring John Finnemore.
20/20 Captain Mainwaring and Corporal Jones get carried away with the platoon's war effort.
Frank Muir and Denis Norden's classic comedy. Ron Glum considers growing a moustache.
4/6 Megan is still keen to escape the farm and study. But her father is not listening.
2/6 The sofa-bound lifestyle presenters look at sickness, friendship and sick friends.
1/2 Two imposters infiltrate Blandings Castle, intent on recovering a valuable scarab.
1/3 By Olga Grushin. After years in New York, Gregory returns to Russia to visit his mother.
3/3 Musical detective Megan's mystery melody quest comes full circle when she gets a surprise.
9/15 Jennifer is invited to star in French films and Anne gets work in the new medium - TV.
24/120 Ireland's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
4/5 The incorrigible Uncle Silas gets nostalgic over a melodic porker.
4/5 Sir Ian McKellen reads Wordsworth's poem. A festival provides surreal inspiration.
We go to the deepest, darkest part of the ocean, the Mariana Trench.
6/6 Do Muriel's visions bode prosperity, and will the Hawthornes move on?
4/5 Paul claims he can foresee imminent crimes, but the police think he's the perpetrator.
4/5 Genuinely faceless bureaucrats threaten to run London, as Edna's mum arrives.
4/6 Can the two old Scotsmen foil the plans of an incorrigible thief?
4/4 Arriving in Cardiff, the country singer has a very special announcement to make.
3/4 Things have come to a head, so Alan and Jane engage a solicitor.
3/6 The comedian celebrates and chastises the various marvels of the modern age.
Friday 31 January 2014