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3/3 Space pirate Kreekpolt knows Abby and Zara can save his daughter's life.
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.
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?
3/6 A tale of jealousy, deceit and football unfolds when Robert attends a rival school.
4/6 Plethora plots to get rid of a crowd of peasants while bumping up Monte Guano's coffers.
4/4 Angry Riley's on a course, putting him on the trail of a familiar ex-con from Hull.
2/2 Tragedy in a Cornish village leads Holmes and Watson to a man hellbent on revenge.
3/6 After playing a gay miner, the struggling actor finds greater fame dressed as a strawberry
Musical satirist Mitch Benn explores his comedy connections to the story of the Beatles.
2/26 With a visitor due from the Soviet Union, Mainwaring is peeved with Wilson.
Pa Glum tries to relieve Eth's cold, and there's a look at marriage USA-style.
6/6 Megan Jones snubs the Carnival Queen contest and heads off to see Nana.
4/6 The sofa-bound presenters look at cults and the plight of the homeless.
4/4 Stephen is missing, Tom goes on the run and Gradgrind gets some help. Dickens adaptation.
2/3 By Willy Vlautin. At his old bar, a man wonders why locals avoid talk of his dead wife.
Tracing your ancestors can be fun, as long as they are quite, quite dead.
4/5 A hobo rummaging through bins, more doughnuts and a kidnapped woman in the boot of a car.
34/120 Ireland's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
9/10 Amir is in Islamabad, having rescued his friend's son from the Taliban.
4/5 The much-missed writer recalls how a detective game unearthed some awkward family evidence
Mel tackles a major debate exploring what you use for the sniffles - hankies or tissues?
2/4 After tackling the developers directly, should Julian keep his cards closer to his chest?
1/3 Abby and Zara arrive in Marek's home city. Why is everyone so scared of Manchu Golding?
6/6 The Scotsmen stand against the Laird in the local by-election. Dirty tricks are soon afoot
2/4 The team ponder how to revamp tea to make it more dangerous and exciting.
1/6 Local government worker Martin faces a deadly combo - new boss, cats and wheelie bins.
5/6 The comedian ponders matters spiritual involving burglars, Bruce Forsyth and Mr Tickle.
Friday 14 February 2014