2/5 The colonel persuades Sam and Joshua to help him in his deadly infrasound project.
7/9 Earth's last living man Robert Neville's shock discovery makes him feel deeply suspicious.
1/4 Feisty detective superintendent Julie Enfield probes a murder at the British Library.
1/4 The Glaswegian cops are on the case when a corpse is discovered on Maryhill Road.
2/5 The playwright recalls entertaining the idea of being a comic, and unusual student shows.
A TV crew susses out old man Jack, who claims that he knew the Pied Piper of Hamlin.
1/11 With the Second World War looming, emigre aristocrat Guy Crouchback returns to England.
4/8 Poorly Sarah is in hospital and must cope with visits from her mother and daughter.
4/4 Horrified Marlborough Road residents do not want cleaner Sally to leave them.
1/6 Amy has grand hopes for an upmarket social gathering. Sequel to Little Women.
3/3 Dorothy and friends must kill the Wicked Witch to get all their wishes granted.
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Tired of the lad's big-headedness, Bill and Moira decide to teach him a lesson.
2/6 The actor minds his girlfriend's talented stunt-dog, but it eats everything in sight.
2/8 Jealous Faith is swamped with advice over Bill and his ex-wife Liza.
6/6 A showcase concert for a local diva turns into a headache for organiser Rosie Burns.
2/11 With Guy Crouchback disgraced after battle training, the fearsome Brigadier appears.
3/5 The playwright's career as an architect ended early, but not before an animal encounter.
Conductor Sergei Bodanov feels jinxed by the evil curse of a Wagner opera.
6/6 Singers Tommy and Sheila hit stormy waters performing on a cruise ship.
2/4 Feisty DI Julie Enfield probes killing number three at London's British Library.
2/4 A headless body puzzles the Glaswegian cops - there's not a speck of blood on it.
2/3 Eric Hawkins recalls studying in France and Germany during the 1930s rise of fascism.
3/5 Jo Morris spends a spring with Amanda Beales, who spends hours hybridising roses.
8/10 The writer recalls his relatives, who, although not colourful, were definitely eccentric.
3/5 Nick Hornby shares his thoughts on the art of the pop song - and the works of Bob Dylan.
Stories include The Countess's Calamity, Switchers, and A Handful of Magic.
3/5 What is being built out in a remote Australian desert? And what havoc will it wreak?
8/9 Worried that Ruth has the vampire plague, Robert Neville regrets being so candid.
3/6 Confronted with a jungle cobra, the comedian's life flashes before his eyes.
2/6 Is the London Asian radio station about to lose its star presenter?
1/4 The tall, life-embracing, self-effacing clown has much to learn about retail and men.
2/6 Meg faces marriage troubles, while Jo triumphs in her writing.
1/5 Young Mary is sent to England after the tragic death of her parents.
Thursday 18 March 2010