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1/3 Abby and Zara were created by pan-dimensional beings to help save space and time.
1/4 The detectives probe a man's disappearance en route to Leeds.
7/8 Kenneth Junior makes a request from hospital, and Tony learns more about Paul Young.
2/6 Pip and Harry must build an entire railway network in their bid to catch Benevolent.
3/6 Tyson's other grandad Rex is the bane of Sandy's life. Can he get even?
1/4 The arrival of a circus challenges the provincial thinking of two local businessmen.
2/3 By Kellie Jackson. A royal visit has a disturbing impact on two young Gurkha brothers.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
4/6 Renowned clarinettist Jack Brymer joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
1/4 Grumpy Victor Meldrew is about to lose his job. Adapted from TV, with Richard Wilson.
2/4 A journalist's fallen from a building - but was she pushed? The detectives investigate.
8/8 Tony Beach and Gerard MacGregor attempt to unearth the true identity of Paul Young.
2/6 Defying his canny manservant, radical squire Fenton sets out to reform beetroots.
1/6 With Kerry Godliman, John-Luke Roberts, Julia Hartley-Brewer and Clarke Carlisle.
Hair-raising events for Neddie Seagoon when London's monuments are sabotaged.
2/6 Eric reckons Ern needs to spruce up his act, so how about writing a musical?
5/5 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis conclude the current run of topical stand-up, sketch and song.
4/6 From bunk chairs to helium-filled bubble wrap, Neil Innes selects the best loopy idea.
2/4 With Tom at his bank, Bounderby weds Louisa while Stephen angers the union.
3/3 By Sylvestra Le Touzel Teale. Frances is captivated by the romance of Brighton Pavilion.
Maureen and Veronica are brought together by a troublesome dog.
2/5 Leaking legs, crying women and a doughnut man who wants to drive Richard's car.
32/120 A look at 16th-century fashion, Irish style and the capture of Hugh O'Donnell.
7/10 Amir returns to Kabul to search for his friend's orphaned son.
2/5 Aunt Flo and Uncle Walter's fascination with fig leaves. The writer recalls his childhood.
Mel says Happy Birthday to business dragon and Strictly contestant Deborah Meaden.
1/6 Teacher Izzy Comyn has a predilection for inappropriate men.
2/3 Abby and Zara arrive in Compton in 1912, where they sample local beer and get arrested.
4/6 A heatwave and an archaeological excavation leads to an unexpected swimming pool.
1/6 Granddad, father and son collide in a family sitcom set in a Birmingham record shop.
4/4 The sporting legend tries to gauge the English team's success in his own murky way.
Wednesday 12 February 2014