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2/20 Captain Jet Morgan is bound for Mars, but one of his crew is adrift in space.
A mighty medieval Japanese Lord's clash with an arrogant painter sparks tragedy.
2/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls a fraud case based on some ghostly messages.
7/10 Are Sir Anthony's smuggled barrels quite what they seem? And is Syn about to found out?
2/5 Wires get crossed as the emails fly. Meanwhile poor Edward is in hospital.
2/4 By L Meade. Florence Cusack investigates a man whose fate depends on his weight in gold.
2/2 Which boat will lead the attack on Captain Flint? Jean Anderson and Penny Downie star.
61/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 Not all men are happy with the amount of spinsters after the Great War.
7/10 John Mortimer recalls writing books and his failing father's final years.
9/12 William shares his latest theory with Florence over his brother's mysterious disappearance
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The film of The King and I inspires the lad's own unmusical and argumentative version.
2/6 Take the High Road: Robin is driving to Glasgow, but Wendy lets the train take the strain.
8/8 Eleanor wants a video player, but how can she raise the cash?
4/6 Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell visits some of the more sinister members of his flock.
1/3 Young sweep Tom's cruel master forces him up Hartover Hall's chimneys.
3/5 Confusion and recriminations fly as Irene and Vera correspond across the miles.
3/4 By Anna Green. Violet Strange probes four rich women suspected of multiple thefts.
5/15 With Jo Kendall, Nigel Rees, Fred Harris and Chris Emmett.
3/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls a case of extortion at his Oxford college.
8/10 Captain Foulkes pays Syn a visit, and The Scarecrow meets Robespierre in Paris.
62/120 The country's rich and turbulent story continues. With Richard Dormer and James Greene.
3/5 True story of the women left alone after the Great War. The 1920s was a brave new world.
8/10 John Mortimer recalls dealing with clients accused of killing - and his confused home life
10/12 Battling to find his missing brother James, William Caldicott gets a fresh lead.
With Kirsten O'Brien. Including Aditi and the Marine Sage read by author Suniti Namjoshi.
3/20 Whitaker is behaving strangely, as bad dreams plague the crew bound for Mars.
Medieval Japanese painter Yoshihide puts his daughter's life in terrible danger.
3/6 A new arrival in Hell persuades Satan to re-shoot Casablanca with a mutant alien.
1/2 The comedian entertains an audience at London's Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn. From May 2005.
1/4 Dodgy Phil revamps an East End boozer with some animatronic dinosaurs and Edith Piaf.
Thursday 16 April 2009