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11/20 Captain Jet Morgan and his crew explore the asteroid in Paddy's absence.
1/5 A student at a local college goes missing. Is it the work of the eerie Cranford family?
6/10 The sleuth investigates a house buyer who's also after all its contents. From 1964.
1/5 On a foggy London night, a chance meeting for MP John Chilcote could be life changing.
1/5 Christine de Pizan's tale of building a fortress for women from valour, virtue and wisdom.
Two women are thrown together in a rest home. Dark comedy about growing older.
6/10 A seducer preys on Natasha and Napoleon's troops gather in Poland. With Emily Mortimer.
90/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 Angelica Garnett returns to Charleston, the Bloomsbury Set's rural HQ.
1/10 A Cornish house with a fragrant lawn links five cousins through war and adulthood.
1/5 Retiring to a village in the Dales, the much-loved writer's mam is hugely intimidated.
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A retired 'Major' cadges a lift on HMS Troutbridge, but the crew soon pay the price.
6/6 Awaiting news of a new pope, Plethora takes over Monte Guano and Ludovico takes to bed.
6/8 Bill tries to disrupt Liza and Richard's affair, and gets involved with 'Emma Peel'.
5/6 A missionary expedition leads to peril in the far flung Caribbean.
7/10 It's 1812. Napoleon invades Russia and the Bolkonsky estate is in danger.
2/5 Building the walls and visions of valour. Christine de Pizan's allegorical fantasy.
Set in a hotel, Peter Tinniswood's last play was created for Chekhov admirer Paul Scofield
1/6 Some unwelcome visitors arrive. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell and Leonard Rossiter
7/10 A case of adultery and theft turns sinister for the sleuth and his companion. From 1964.
2/5 Chilcote and his dead ringer Loder set out to exchange identities, but can they succeed?
91/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 How Don McCullin moved from war photography to fighting battles for the countryside.
2/10 As the sirens sound for the Second World War, Monica has good reason to be worried.
2/5 The writer reflects on his Dad, who Mam says never pushes himself forward.
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12/20 Jet and Lemmy ignore sinister audio warnings as they approach the centre of the asteroid.
2/5 Jackie Lamont has now re-appeared, and seems to have gained special telepathic powers.
4/4 Lord Zimbabwe and Dr Lilac are moon-bound, pursuing abducted hillbillies.
2/4 The sketch comedy hits Edinburgh. With Nick Hancock, Tony Hawks and Neil Mullarkey.
4/4 Will George and Beverly's faked deaths reunite their family?
Wednesday 27 May 2009