Kate and Patrick face terror from the sinister past of their newly renovated house.
1/4 Terror strikes as the narrator and his companion camp on a remote island.
2/6 Actor Charles Paris meets student Anna and makes a discovery about Willy's death.
1/5 Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot is at a party as a clergyman dies sipping a cocktail.
16/20 Rawdon leaves debtors' prison, but more trouble soon follows.
2/4 The town fair's star attraction is a beautiful mermaid, but something fishy is going on.
2/2 Cowardly cad Sir Harry Flashman must face the might of Imperial Russia.
120/120 The country's rich story concludes. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
1/5 The pain and joy of Middle Age, including The Embarrassing Older Woman Trying to be Hip.
6/10 A confused, feverish Galliard is found, but Sir Edward Leithen must now search for Lou.
6/8 As his mountain adventure continues, Robert Louis Stevenson recalls battles over religion.
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The crew of Troutbridge is sent to pursue some marine miscreants. From July 1965.
6/6 The surreal comedian helps plan a birthday for the twins. What could possibly go wrong?
4/6 Bill gets an unwanted birthday surprise, while Dennis' attempt to woo Liza backfires.
4/6 Top American cop Bert Chisel is called in to solve a murder mystery for Scotland Yard.
1/2 It's the 19th Century and the philandering Flashman gets embroiled in slavery.
17/20 Rawdon falters in his resolve to fight a duel with Lord Steyne.
3/4 A runaway bridegroom and a blackmailer spark trouble for the detective. Stars Brian Cox.
1/8 Sleepwalking Harold gives dad Albert a fright. Adapted from TV, with Wilfrid Brambell.
3/6 With Willy dead, Charles Paris questions the owner of the student actors' house.
2/5 Hercule Poirot is now on the riviera in Monte Carlo, but death appears to be following him
1/90 Across the decades, Christopher Lee's vivid account of Britain's fast-paced history.
2/5 The pain and pleasure of Middle Age, with the joys of mellowing and reaching a plateau.
7/10 A weakened Sir Edward Leithen is rescued by Lou, who has a positive effect on his spirit.
7/8 Robert Louis Stevenson enjoys views of French mountains feathered with chestnut trees.
Featuring The Phantom Tollbooth, The Kingdom of the Golden Dragon and The Suitcase Kid.
1/4 Tragedy strikes at the Opera House in 19th-century Paris, home to a fabled ghost.
2/4 The narrator decides the willow trees are against their presence on the island.
6/6 Sketch series with Paul Merton, Julian Clary, Tony Hawks and Josie Lawrence. From 1988.
4/4 The bungling actors stage a play to highlight being gay - featuring sailors. From 2000.
2/4 Pam's absent hubby returns, so Merv tries to woo his ex and find somewhere to live.
Wednesday 8 July 2009