5/5 Lorcan and Aoife discover something odd about residents of Maeve's busy Dublin guesthouse.
5/5 London gets stranger and stranger for Edna, Tankerton and both the Carlos.
5/5 Retired hitman Art Gordo comes face-to-face with his mysterious nemesis at last.
1/8 Racehorse trainer Jack Haythorne's party ends in tragedy. But is it just an accident?
5/6 The islanders are bitten by a fitness bug, and an inspector arrives to check Bunty's veg.
2/6 Away from transvestite George, Carol is spending time on her own and enjoying it.
2/2 Ashe and Joan's battle to secure the scarab is becoming intense. Baxter is in hot pursuit.
2/3 By Morven Crumlish. Ali brings his fiancee Sophie to the Highlands to meet his family.
Asha is lonely left in her flat all day long, until some extraordinary visitors appear.
5/6 A pupil faces up to boarding school life with a fearsome headmaster and a head boy bully.
5/5 The arrival of a star US lawyer prompts stuffy John Fuller-Carp to copy his sharp tactics.
Shakespeare fears revolution over James I's translated Bible, with the Dream of St John.
Tony Wilson traces the story of the first rock 'n' roll song to top the charts.
23/32 The American funny man welcomes singer Tom Rush and pianist Shai Wosner.
Made for 4 Extra. Penelope Keith explores our horticultural passions.
The Nuremberg Trials are in progress. No-one was expecting a 'crazy idea'.
6/6 The priestly sleuth comes across foul play at a distinctly unfriendly cricket match.
Uncle Ebenezer catches more than he bargains for while out trawling on his fishy scam.
Frank Muir and Denis Norden's classic comedy. Ron Glum considers growing a moustache.
3/4 Artistic differences threaten to destroy Marengo and Copenhagen's love for each other.
3/4 The chief mouser to the Cabinet Office, 2007-2008, reflects on life with Gordon Brown.
5/6 It's white-knuckle time as a space train hurtles towards Earth.
1/5 Mark Gatiss introduces a chilling tale of a helpline volunteer and a very sinister caller.
4/6 Another triumvirate of comedy stars - Gareth Richards, Dan Antopolski and Zoe Lyons.
3/6 Madness singer Suggs joins the quick-fire comic for stand-up, sketches and music.
The actor-sleuth works on a detective series - but will all deadly doings be on-screen?
Sunday 2 February 2014