3/5 Two women, two Adams. But what's the connection? Are they demon or liberator?
As he falls under the snake-haired alien's spell, is Northwest's time up?
3/5 The sleuth's morning paper brings some very alarming news - and a police investigation.
3/5 With two agents contacted, the British couple's search moves to Austria.
13/20 Even in death, Casaubon hurts Dorothea with a cruel codicil to his will.
Spies in decline - what did the agent say to the actress? Burgess meets Coral Browne.
4/6 Still hunting the killer, hack George Cragge denies he's retiring. From December 1999.
1/6 With Hell getting overcrowded, Satan decides it's time to hire a bit of help.
1/2 Eddie Izzard entertains an audience at London's Hammersmith Apollo. From November 1997.
Showcasing some of the liveliest performers from the poetry slam scene around the country.
3/4 Rumoured to be engaged to Willoughby, Marianne is still pursued by Colonel Brandon.
2/6 Terry has reached a crossroads. Will he get to stay with Sandra or will he have to let go?
8/8 Sarah is keen to book a holiday, but can't get away from her family.
Includes Andrew Lincoln reading Stig of the Dump by Clive King.
1/4 The legendary duo taste wine, pay tribute to marriage guidance and head to the garden.
1/5 40 is the new 21. Sketch show written and performed by the well-lived. Stars Eleanor Bron.
4/5 Just as one mystery is cleared up, the spinster sleuth becomes involved in another.
4/5 Getting closer to the British agent, couple Frances and Richard have sought friends' help.
14/20 Bulstrode meets an unwelcome figure from his past, and Ladislaw prepares to leave town.
A newcomer arrives at Marjorie's creative writing class to shake things up.
4/4 Elinor is pained by thoughts of Edward marrying Lucy Steele - and Marianne gets sick.
Humphrey Lyttelton tests the teams' verbal dexterity in the antidote to panel games.
4/10 Holly Golightly throws a party in New York, where Fred meets the glamorous Mag Wildwood.
4/5 Fay Weldon finally accepts that even bad girls need the security of marriage.
23/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
4/5 Simon Parkes discovers why delivering the dough can be a dangerous business.
Join all your CBeebies friends for songs, rhymes and stories on BBC7.
10/13 With their microscopes in at the pawnbroker, the young medics need cash in a hurry.
6/6 A dilemma for the Head, the search for a truant, and a surprise at the School Fete.
4/5 It's party time for Adam, but his guests prove to be far from ordinary.
1/2 A visitor places a young Flemish painter's love for his master's niece in jeopardy.
2/6 Faye fancies a day under her duvet, but perhaps it would be more peaceful at the office?
2/4 Uncle Richard arrives for Leslie's funeral, and Tom's letter writing gets him into trouble
2/4 Hosts Craig and Martin do battle at a music awards ceremony.
1/6 Tony Hadley joins the quick-fire comic for stand-up, sketches and music.
Friday 20 February 2009