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4/4 Back in Omnia, Deacon Vorbis proclaims himself the One True Prophet. Brutha has concerns.
3/4 Will the narrator and his dog survive a watery entrapment?
2/6 The Master and the Dean's feud intensifies as a student is found cheating.
3/5 The English hero is intercepted in his battle to cross enemy territory on horseback.
3/20 Dorothea is due to be wed, while Fred Vincy pins his hopes on frail Uncle Featherstone.
2/4 A circus double-act is in jeopardy. Based on Toulouse-Lautrec's characters.
2/6 Hack George Cragge hunts a serial killer, while the BBC tackles spin. From November 1999.
5/6 Satan ponders the meaning of happiness, while Elvis Presley gets locked in a crate.
Stand-up comedy from the Leicester Festival with acts including Frankie Boyle.
1/3 Anne Elliott meets her fiance Fredrick Wentworth again after eight years apart.
6/6 Terry and Sandra face the threat of the community centre being closed.
6/8 Sarah meets her daughter Clare's boyfriend, while her mother interferes.
Includes Tom George reading Simon Cheshire's book Jeremy Brown on Mars.
3/4 The much-loved comedy duo celebrate Britain's 'greatest living writer' - Ernie.
4/5 The sketch show about modern life, with people who've lived a bit of it. From Sept 2001.
3/6 A Cambridge college student is found hanged, but was it suicide or murder?
4/5 Our hero makes it to Romania, but trouble is in store on the way to Istanbul.
4/20 There's gossip at the engagement party, and Rosy Vincy encounters Dr Lydgate.
3/4 Paris revolutionaries make a fatal stand. Based on Toulouse-Lautrec's characters.
2/3 Anne Elliott is surprised to hear news of an impending marriage.
Kenny Everett stands in for the poorly Graeme Garden. Humphrey Lyttelton hosts the quiz.
4/10 Loss adjuster Lorimer Black reports back to the claimants for a fire-damaged hotel.
4/5 Author and music lover Nick Hornby laments the underappreciated art of the songwriter.
13/120 The country's colourful story continues with events leading up to the Norman invasion.
4/5 The Sherlock Holmes author writes to his mother Mary about turning to politics.
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8/13 The Dean asks Sparrow, Evans and Benskin to organise St Swithin's festivities.
4/6 Mr Maxwell's exercise in democracy leads to an outbreak of playground activism.
1/7 Solicitor Jonathan Harker and his fiance Mina's Transylvanian vampire ordeal begins.
4/4 Back from his voyage, the narrator sees a sinister green hand at his window.
6/6 Taking a walk in Wales with his son and dog, the comedian falls into a river. From 2001.
Host Jason Byrne introduces stand-ups Shappi Khorsandi, Rhod Gilbert and Arnab Chanda.
Friday 6 February 2009