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1/2 In Gestapo-run Paris, the Time Lord meets 'The Most Assassinated Man in the World'.
Vincent Price's tale of a phoney clairvoyant and a client who wants a preview of eternity.
Three family generations symbolise post-war Britain's decline. Stars Bill Nighy.
Major Kovalyov's nose vanishes and reappears in St Petersburg disguised as a councillor.
What goes up in the glasnost era, must come down - but where is subject to negotiation.
A day in the life of a former variety star includes a disastrous book signing.
What do shipwrecked objects have in common? From June 1995.
The cartoonist searches for the secret meaning of life, said to be written on a sausage.
8/9 Fresh from 4 - Catch up as Sandi Toksvig and the teams battle it out. From 4 June 2010.
1/5 Scientist mouse Eek escapes from the future and enlists the help of three children.
3/7 Pongo and Missus set out to find their puppies stolen by the evil Cruella de Vil.
3/5 A change of identity sends the mischievous schoolboy into unexpected quarantine.
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7/26 Mainwaring causes chaos tracking down Walker's purloined silk parachute.
5/6 St Petersburg's most high-minded young artist makes a pact with the devil.
1/6 The convoluted chronicle of an optimistic crime writer.
4/4 Events move rapidly as Julius Hutch undertakes a desperate mission in his eco-protest.
6/6 Franklin Blake takes extreme action to induce himself into stealing the diamond once more.
1/10 In a squalid bedsit, single and pregnant Jane battles personal and social prejudices.
5/5 The sleuth recalls the case of an extraordinary man helping to solve a diabolical crime.
2/8 Old soldier Albert is keen to revisit Flanders.
5/8 With his trip to France, Lord Peter Wimsey moves closer to identifying the murderer.
1/5 Can't a Belgian sleuth have a holiday in Devon without getting embroiled in a murder?
1/4 Francine Stock investigates the appeal of film stars and their effect on our lives.
5/6 There's Cup Fever in town, but the GP must cope with more serious sickness.
1/5 The former Labour deputy leader on socialist thinker RH Tawney's vision of equality.
1/5 The outrageous life of Willie Donaldson, creator of the 'Henry Root letters'.
8/12 Margaret confronts Jim for leaving her at the ball, and his response leaves her hysterical
1/5 Ben Silburn recalls the volcanic eruption in Martinique that killed 30,000 people.
Featuring Big George and the Seventh Knight, The Dream Travellers, and Katie Milk.
1/6 Can a corporation's new plant strain mutation bring relief to famine-stricken countries?
1/13 When poet Gabriel Syme meets Lucien Gregory, he's introduced to a London secret society.
6/6 Robert and Lillian are horrified when Geraldine promotes her book on Woman's Hour.
2/6 Reminiscences of an ex-variety star, who's cooking and drinking on a cable TV show.
6/6 The forgotten Thompson Twin reveals why rock 'n' roll can be a cruel mistress.
4/6 The cartoonist has a very removing experience when an expert de-clutters his house.
2/5 The chase is on as the children catapult further back in time and get into deep water.
4/7 Pongo and Missus enter Suffolk as they battle to find their stolen Dalmatian puppies.
4/5 The mischievous schoolboy aims to get rich - with some help from Miss Peach's garden.
Tuesday 15 June 2010