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2/3 Abby and Zara arrive in Compton in 1912, where they sample local beer and get arrested.
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.
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.
1/6 Teacher Izzy Comyn has a predilection for inappropriate men.
2/6 Defying his canny manservant, radical squire Fenton sets out to reform beetroots.
3/4 Suspicion erupts at a James Bond convention as the detectives search for a stolen ring.
1/2 As Doyle's great detective rests in deepest Cornwall, death strikes a local family.
4/6 Plethora plots to get rid of a crowd of peasants while bumping up Monte Guano's coffers.
5/6 Mark visits Birkenhead, Wirral, where the local life has included monks and a Bantam Army.
10/20 The lad battles for a seat in parliament. Stars Sid James and Kenneth Williams.
12/13 Oedipus Rex gets the Radio Prune treatment, and a Whitehall farce with a twist.
3/3 By Rona Munro. A lonely lady on a holiday falls in love with two members of a family.
4/6 James Walton is joined by Andrew Collins, Tracey MacLeod, Dave Gorman and Mary Anne Hobbs.
3/4 Blamed for the robbery, Stephen disappears. Harthouse sets his sights on Louisa.
1/3 By AL Kennedy. A man reaches out to a stranger for help in the small hours.
Is Bill's success at the Bowls Club under threat, now thrusting young Matt is involved?
3/5 A horse in a hole, a change of scenery and five days in a retreat. What does it mean?
33/120 The country's rich and turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer and James Greene.
8/10 In Kabul, Amir is forced to meet a powerful Talib for help with his search.
3/5 The legendary broadcaster recalls his brother's attempt to play a corpse in a school play.
Sir Tom Jones reveals the song that set his ears alight as a child.
3/6 A tale of jealousy, deceit and football unfolds when Robert attends a rival school.
3/3 Space pirate Kreekpolt knows Abby and Zara can save his daughter's life.
1/4 Shappi Khorsandi shares her experiences of growing up in her Iranian family.
5/6 Satan decides to hold a major football tournament in Hell - The Underworld Cup.
The burger van owner from BBC2's Shooting Stars examines the state of the environment.
Thursday 13 February 2014