4/5 Lioba and Kip are on the city streets where crime pays, but a vigilante appears.
10/20 The enigmatic Paddy Flynn reveals more about the hierarchy of asteroid crews.
9/10 The detective makes a discovery in Rome, but is he ready to reconcile with his father?
9/10 Now that the detective has the khansamah at his mercy, what will the servant reveal?
5/6 After the Geneva revelations, the suave sleuth heads to St Moritz, where danger lurks.
1/6 Surreal comedy in which a trio of 'posties' get embroiled in escapades.
7/10 More testing brain teasers with Chris Maslanka, Val Gilbert and Professor David Singmaster
Redemption comes for a proof-reading dog-walking washout who made one album 20 years go.
1/3 By Patrick Neate. Tommy tells his rebellious and unconventional mother something important
2/3 The life of pioneer reporter Mea Allan and mentor May Chalmers in wartime letters.
1/6 With a new term looming, for the school teachers it's D-day minus one.
2/4 With no cash for a community centre, the priest turns detective over the mayor's palace.
10/10 The Roman detective has discovered a hidden room, but can he solve the lingering mystery?
10/10 What was the gunshot heard by the detective as the khansamah was being driven to jail?
6/6 A stabbing, a fatal fire, blackmail and hush money. Can the sleuth unravel the mystery?
5/5 Fuller-Carp wants victory in a 'no win, no fee' case of a broken thumb and a can of figs.
2/4 Adventuring comedian Tim FitzHigham recreates a 19th-century feat of cheeseboard throwing.
2/6 Albert helps son Harold to conquer the ballroom. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
Kenneth Williams and Ted Ray take on the legend of Lord Nelson.
4/6 The island's neighbours are furious that the town has its own independent public house.
2/6 Simon Mayo hosts the comedy show that pits the comic generations against each other.
A marriage of blackmail and convenience becomes a genuine love affair tragically cut short
2/3 By Nick Walker. Still damaged by Vietnam, Arnold tries to arrange transport for a band.
3/3 The dramatic life of Emilie Peacocke, the first woman journalist on the Daily Express.
5/10 In need of help, a questioning Tommy arrives at Anna's house uninvited and agitated.
80/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
5/10 Mary Turner struggles with her husband's ever more desperate plans for the farm.
5/5 Personal, political and financial problems dog Hellé Nice as her racing years fade.
Think you've had a tough week? Mel hears about the intricate work of a brain surgeon.
1/6 The grandsons of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson head to Baskerville Hall in a canine caper.
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5/5 Lioba faces her biggest test, floating alone in darkness where only Cerberus feels at home
11/20 Captain Jet Morgan and his crew explore the asteroid in Paddy's absence.
Elis James hosts highlights of 2012's Machynlleth Comedy Festival in Wales.
The best in contemporary comedy. Tonight, Arthur Smith chats to Angela Barnes.
3/6 Who will succeed Zorro? Can pensioners understand the futures trade?
3/4 John Weak discovers nothing is legally binding about a legally binding contract.