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2/4 Eleanor discovers more about Abbottsville's work, as the clones show human-like feelings.
5/13 Gabriel Syme despairs when Sunday unmasks an anarchist as a Scotland Yard detective.
6/6 The private eye uncovers family ties, blackmail and bomb plots in a thrilling climax.
2/5 Detective Xavier March probes the death of a retired one-legged civil servant.
2/5 A forester tells his grandchildren about a not so clever man. With Trevor Cooper.
3/4 The inspector revisits his past while uncovering a Mediterranean murder.
4/4 John Fuller-Carp gets embroiled in a bet with a rival barrister.
5/6 The radical comedian asks if the battling was part of a revolution.
Helen Lederer, Clive Mantle and Nick Wilton in a compilation from the sketch comedy.
3/6 Biting sketch show from Northern Ireland's Tim McGarry, Damon Quinn and Mike McDowell.
2/8 A drunken night at the pub results in an unfortunate case of mistaken identity.
2/6 Victoria gets all intellectual, while Charlotte is on a spiritual path.
12/12 Will barrister Roger manage to make up with Sally?
Includes a reading by Miranda Keeling of The Boy Who Sprouted Antlers by John Yeoman.
It's a far from festive season when Bill overhears the blabbermouth lad. From 1958.
1/6 Maverick reporter George Cragge's retirement is cut short. From June 1998.
1/6 Warshawski's aunt Rosa wants help, but they hate each other. Kathleen Turner stars.
3/5 Xavier March probes the deaths of senior party officials in Hitler's post-war Germany.
3/5 A forester tells his grandchildren about a legendary witch. With Trevor Cooper.
4/4 The sleuth's spouse looks after a child. Could this be related to a murder case?
3/8 There's a dramatic turn of events when a letter arrives from an attorney.
1/13 Helpful hints from the Smarty Pants family and Knickertwist Copperby.
8/10 With no news of Willie - Tom heads to London and gets a shock. Read by David Brierley.
3/5 A cosy evening at the lake with food, drink and good company. What can possibly go wrong?
193/216 The 19th century saw reform, industrialisation and a mass exodus to new territories.
3/4 Simon Hoggart examines the language of argument used in the church and the courts of law.
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The family decide to break from tradition and make alternative festive arrangements.
5/6 A troubled community centre visitor puts ex-convict Terry in danger.
3/4 Dr Abbotts claims clones are emotionless, while Jefferson and Lucy probe Carter 5's fate.
6/13 Syme is chased through the snow from Soho to St Paul's by the mysterious Professor.
It's party time - with dried fish, advocaat and the local constabulary. From 1990.
1/2 The saintly Hope Fraser arrives in Hell, throwing Satan into confusion.
6/6 The TV arts show goes to the opera, but can Camilla find love before the fat lady sings?
Thursday 18 December 2008