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3/6 Inventor Ralph Exon's colleague Max Flinders speculates on the plant strain's potency.
3/13 When Syme turns the tables on Lucien Gregory, the Central Anarchist Council takes action.
7/8 Lord Peter Wimsey goes snooping to try and establish who killed Geoffrey Deacon, and how.
3/5 There are suspects-a-plenty, witchcraft and a love-letter for the sleuth to investigate.
3/10 Pregnant Jane receives a letter from her father, and visits a jazz club with Toby.
1/3 When Megan keeps playing a mystery melody in rehearsals, she turns musical detective.
2/4 Despite the dark tales he has heard about her, Myshkin heads to Nastasya's birthday party.
7/8 Faith is worrying about money when Bill gets an unexpected offer.
1/6 When secretive Charlotte goes into hospital, sisters Anna and Victoria fear the worst.
4/5 Time-hopping has brought nothing but trouble. Could a dodgy robot make things better?
6/7 It's Christmas Eve and the dogs escape Hell Hall to begin the long journey back to London.
1/5 It's getting on for noon and the mischievous schoolboy still hasn't caught anyone out.
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With the revelation that Neddie was once mass-produced, can the original be found?
4/6 Still hunting the killer, hack George Cragge denies he is retiring. From December 1999.
3/3 By Michael Chaplin. A centenarian Glaswegian remembers life during the Blitz.
3/8 Extradition agreements are on the agenda, and some accusations can't be brushed aside.
3/4 Prince Myshkin analyses his feelings for the spoilt Nastasya and the more timid Aglaya.
4/10 Jane has spent the night with Toby, but she hasn't told him about her pregnancy.
2/3 Musical detective Megan's mystery melody quest leads her to a 1920s Swansea tearoom.
1/14 The explosive Flying Wombat and insulted Italians.
8/8 Will upper-class sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey finally solve the mystery of Deacon's murder?
4/5 With sound alibis proven for the main suspects, Hercule Poirot makes a chance discovery.
4/4 Francine Stock examines the relationship between cinema and voyeurism.
2/6 When scarlet fever breaks out, the GP turns private detective.
4/5 The Mayor of London talks about his admiration for the Greek historian Thucydides.
4/5 Life and writing get mixed up - a dangerous combination.
11/12 Jim Dixon makes his infamous speech and includes his impression of Evelyn Waugh.
4/5 Deep underground in a lab in Geneva, scientists try to discover more about the Big Bang.
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4/6 Having already sparked a plane crash, the deadly Exon plant strain's advance continues.
4/13 Gabriel Syme meets his fellow anarchists at a breakfast meeting in Leicester Square.
1/6 Miles and the Newsjack team make light of news stories... where appropriate.
6/6 Badgerland goes global, and the History of the Future.
1/4 The London flatmates throw a party, with dates to impress - and a sandwich-maker to mend.
5/5 The children are convinced the man from the BBC will help them. But is he what he seems?
7/7 Returning to London, Cruella's cat gives the Dalmatians the chance to get revenge.
2/5 The schoolboy jumps on a coach - and takes an old lady for a ride with tales of neglect.
Friday 18 June 2010