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4/4 Back in Omnia, Deacon Vorbis proclaims himself the One True Prophet. Brutha has concerns.
5/10 Lenina is horrified by the Savage Reservation, until she meets John.
6/10 Bernard brings John to London, and gets revenge on the Director of Hatcheries.
5/6 Charles Paris suspects one student is the murderer, but another's acting oddly.
9/10 With his life unravelling, the detective leaves home with a cryptic message for Don.
3/5 Anton is attracted to the daughter of the family's landlord. With Andrew Scott.
Blinded in an accident, Louis Braille aspires to improve the status of blind people.
1/6 Newly engaged American socialite Newland Archer is drawn to his fiancee's cousin.
2/6 Eleanor's family are upset over her plans for divorce and its impact on New York society.
3/5 The scientist explains how comedy made her create a programme for computer-generated puns.
3/5 Leslie Forbes peers behind the privet hedges in search of Stanley Spencer's personal Eden.
8/10 Martin is concerned over the unexpected visit of a renowned art historian.
3/5 The landlord shows one of his properties, but the memories are traumatic.
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Ned is quitting nicotine, but Grytpype-Thynne has other ideas. End of the regular series.
1/6 Maverick reporter George Cragge's retirement is cut short. From June 1998.
3/6 In memory of Sheila, all the women battle to win the contract. From November 1997.
6/6 As Bugs Bunny makes an untimely appearance, Nigel and Michael go their separate ways.
3/6 Socialite Newland follows Ellen to the country, where their rendezvous is disturbed.
4/6 Newland loves Ellen, but has married her cousin May. A secret rendezvous is arranged.
4/5 A successful short story writer, Anton, aims to fix his relationship with his dad.
A climber reminisces as he escorts a group of honeymooners up Alaska's highest mountain.
3/9 Astronaut space capers and a whodunit. Sketches and songs with Tim Brooke-Taylor.
6/6 With one murder suspect cleared, a bomb is ticking in actor Charles Paris' bag.
10/10 Adrift in New Orleans in search of his son, the detective meets a stranger.
4/5 The scientist explains how mountaineering led him to research treatments for lung problems
4/5 Leslie Forbes visits Kew Gardens to investigate plant hunters and botanical artists.
9/10 Tony worries over wife Laura, but has the coveted painting slipped from Martin's grasp?
4/5 An old academic and a young boy. It's a topsy-turvy friendship, but it endures.
Stories include Dom and the Magic Topper, Charm School, Indigo's Star, and Earthborn.
1/13 A young man is mysteriously saved from drowning in 1960s Brighton. With David Warner.
7/10 John 'the Savage' is a big hit, while Bernard is jealous.
8/10 Lenina makes a move on John, but he is distracted by Linda's illness.
2/6 Award-winning spoof phone-in show, with talk radio host Gary Bellamy.
4/6 Sketch show hosted by Miles Jupp seeking to comically scrutinise the news of the day.
Who knew Genghis Khan came from North East Scotland? Or is that Genghis Khana!
Friday 29 January 2010