2/6 Norman and Max are welcomed by the incurably friendly Oblivions. Stars Louise Lombard.
7/13 Nude Rune and Rizla encounter doomed musicians like Kurt Cobain. With David Warner.
2/5 As the duo probe the near-drowning of an ex-student in Leeds, they unearth an old secret.
7/10 DS Dalziel and his murder suspect are both due on stage in the local Mysteries.
4/5 Ignoring his mother's fears, Barry goes out after dark to visit the sites of six murders.
7/15 When measles confines Midge to school, her father makes a confession.
2/6 The priest's quest to solve a university murder leads to unexpected literary revelations.
2/6 The Sheffield singer hosts a special edition of Countdown with Richard Whiteley.
2/4 Florists Winnie and Ample have plenty to arrange in their shop. From August 2002.
4/6 The sci-fi star probes the oceans. With Richard Herring, Stewart Lee and Tom Baker.
4/6 Reports of a right royal shocker, plus Alan Partridge with all the sport. From May 1992.
2/3 Drawn to his fiancee's cousin Ellen, Newland prepares to end his engagement.
Pike and Hodges campaign to save the pier, while Uncle Arthur upsets Mavis. From Jan 1984.
4/8 Faith heads to a health farm, leaving Bill to mind the happy home. From November 1989.
Includes Emma Chambers reading Matilda by Roald Dahl.
The lad's hopes of seeing a night of dance at Covent Garden don't quite go to plan.
2/4 The duo's plan for a model village son et lumiere display goes awry. From January 2002.
3/5 Back at CID, the duo suspect a male hospital midwife of petty thefts from pregnant women.
8/10 Andrew Dalziel learns of a tragic accident on chief suspect Philip Swain's farm.
Fed up caring for her mother-in-law, Linda is worried when a glass vase has caused a fire.
8/15 As the school gossips about Midge, headmistress Sarah feels for Lydia.
3/6 Baldi probes a death in an old people's home and uncovers an unlikely case of voyeurism.
3/3 Ellen returns, Newland makes a decision and May has news. With Andrew Wincott.
1/15 Fred Harris, Jo Kendall, Nigel Rees and Chris Emmett won't mention Eric Pode of Croydon.
3/5 The windmill's smashed, with Squealer blaming Snowball, and Napoleon cements his position.
2/5 The actor reminisces about his cousin Flora and the pet mice.
42/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
3/5 The scientist explains how comedy made her create a programme for computer-generated puns.
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4/8 Poorly Sarah is in hospital and must cope with visits from her mother and daughter.
6/6 As Terry comes to the end of his sentence, will he and Sandra finally get together?
3/6 Surely it couldn't hurt to introduce the Oblivions to tennis, could it? Stars David Haig.
8/13 A monk in Rizla's dream thinks he's two minutes away from death. With David Warner.
5/6 Bored Satan's debate on the motivation of scientists leads to a startling discovery.
2/2 Pondering fox-hunting, racism and difficult mime, the comedian entertains Brighton.
Sound bite-sized excerpts from a forthcoming selection of the comic's work.
Thursday 19 March 2009