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8/10 An irresistible alien power is intent on moving the hamlet of Hexford.
Dominic Arkwright, Jamie Neale, Louise Doughty and Hugh Thomson write about being 'lost'.
3/8 More mystery, as the detective sets out to unravel the secret behind Mrs Desmond's gloves.
Martin Reeve follows the fortunes of street theatre in Britain over the last 40 years.
8/10 As Lewis tries to work out what Tamsin wants, their relationship reaches a crisis.
18/30 What 18th-century home life held for spinsters. As many as one in five women never married
13/25 Jean Valjean is in mortal danger, but can Marius summon Inspector Javert to save him?
3/5 Why do giraffes vocalise in frequencies so low that humans can't hear them?
1/3 Farmer John Ridd always hated the Doones, until he met Lorna. 17th-century romance.
6/6 With Miles Jupp, Susan Calman, Marcus Brigstocke and Alan Davies. David Mitchell hosts.
2/6 The grandsons of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson probe the mysterious theft of a necklace.
6/7 Robert is all set for a West End stage romp, but the farce occurs before the curtain rises
3/4 Relationships in the Amos household are strained by a new arrival.
4/8 The mystery glove trail leads the smooth detective and his wife to a rendezvous in Paris.
Artist filmmaker Isaac Julien charts the rise of artists working in the shadow of cinema.
1/4 With no job or friends and living with his mum, Angus Dry tries recapturing his youth.
3/4 Geoff tries his hand at some controversial Swedish political satire.
10/13 Happy campers - and Tarzan swings in with Jane and Cheetah.
1/8 Jobsworth caretaker Ramsay Potts' love of rules sparks catastrophe for an MP in a lift.
2/6 James Walton's pop music history quiz with Andrew Collins, Tracey MacLeod and Carol Decker
4/6 Edward's knack for blunt honesty gets him noticed in a bad way.
2/3 Murderer Carver Doone tries to starve Lorna into marrying him, but John has other ideas.
1/3 Powerful short story about an incident that galvanised the American civil rights movement.
A trip to France with her husband on a luxury motor yacht turns Sam's life upside down.
9/10 Fleeing from her father, Kit confronts Lewis and they both learn the other's dark secret.
19/30 How the richest widow in 18th-century England spent her late husband's coal fortune.
14/25 Eponine has found out where Cosette is living, but will she tell Marius?
4/5 Bernie Krause explores how organisms evolve to acoustically structure their signals.
9/10 The whole hamlet of Hexford passes through a wormhole.
4/9 Bob Harris nominates Alan Freed, the first ever rock 'n' roll DJ.
4/6 This week's stories lovingly bashed, mashed and moulded into sketches and one-liners.
Diane Morgan chats to comedy writers Jason Hazeley & Joel Morris.
2/6 Is local government officer Martin to blame for the notorious Dalek of Death compost bins?
6/6 Satan is ready to secretly return baby Patrick to Earth. But God has eyes in his back.
Friday 17 February 2017