1/4 With human spare-part surgery the norm, marketing expert Eleanor visits the cloning HQ.
7/13 With new-found ally the Professor, Gabriel rests up before they confront Doctor Bull.
3/5 Upper-crust sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey joins Harriet to help unravel the Oxford mystery.
2/5 Chilcote and his dead ringer Loder set out to exchange identities, but can they succeed?
7/10 Reconciled Jane and Toby are making Christmas plans, when an unexpected visitor arrives.
2/2 Rupert Sethleigh is missing - can Mrs Bradley solve the mystery of a headless corpse?
2/5 Heathcliff and Cathy are torn apart, as he plots revenge on Hindley for his degradation.
2/8 With her daughter Clare away in Australia, Sarah decides to rent her flat out.
4/4 It's the office party and Jones thinks all his Christmases have come at once.
3/6 The intrepid boy reporter is after treasure, but is mad Professor Calculus helping?
3/10 From the police station to the Pacific - three children are taken on a magic adventure.
5/5 To the Browns amazement, Great Aunt Jane's dying wish is to meet her nephew William.
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The lad buys Andree a puppy for her birthday, but to his alarm it won't stop growing.
4/6 Labour MP Duncan Stonebridge dreads a visit from his critical Tory father.
8/8 Faith and Bill's wedding day has arrived. Can they manage to tie the knot?
2/6 Victoria and Roger are in crisis when Emily announces that she's not going to university.
3/5 Heathcliff runs off with Isabella, leaving a distraught Cathy gravely ill.
8/10 Single mother-to-be Jane returns home to find her boarding house deserted.
1/4 The French sleuth bends the rules to investigate a double murder in a Paris suburb.
2/6 Tommy and Sheila set out to launch a train company, but hit the buffers. From June 2002.
4/5 Love, jealousy and revenge complicate matters as Harriet and Lord Peter Wimsey close in.
3/5 Attending Lady Bramfell's reception as Chilcote, Loder joins in the crystal ball gazing.
3/3 With no surviving copies of London's oldest map, Aubrey Manning traces its Tudor origins.
5/6 The GP is distracted by the stock market and the promise of a fast fortune.
3/5 Ben Silburn discovers how our brain's neural network creates and stores memories.
3/5 Matthew Harvey examines an inventor's risks of debt - when does one give up?
3/5 The windmill's smashed, with Squealer blaming Snowball, and Napoleon cements his position.
3/5 The actress recalls her fame generated by the notorious film 'Peeping Tom'.
Stories include The Boy with the Magic Numbers and Utterly Me, Clarice Bean.
2/4 Eleanor discovers more about Abbottsville's work, as the clones show human-like feelings.
8/13 The three men go to France, where Gabriel Syme challenges the Marquis to a deadly combat.
5/6 About to win an Olympic marathon, the comedian's life flashes before his eyes. From 2001.
2/4 George and Beverly feign death so he can write a book about their children's reactions.
5/6 Phil has to organise Sophie's party - and review Gerald's play. Stars Jim Sweeney.
4/6 The rocket countdown is on for the intrepid boy reporter and his dog Snowy.
4/10 The children find some surprise company on what they thought was an uninhabited island.
From their aerial view, a beautiful statue and a swallow team up to help the city's poor.
Thursday 24 June 2010