3/5 Barton and the team have found the Germans' secret weapon. But what exactly is it?
3/5 By Lilian Pizzichini. Under a full moon, three friends meet in a strange exotic bar.
3/5 Mr Hyde appears to be dead and Dr Jekyll is gone. Will a paper trail unravel the mystery?
3/5 Xavier March probes the deaths of senior party officials in Hitler's post-war Germany.
3/10 The armed robbers are planning a return visit, but this time they vow not to fail.
3/10 The letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill. Tragedy strikes and loneliness follows.
3/4 Precious Ramotswe faces a domestic drama and tackles a doctor's erratic behaviour.
3/10 The boy flees London in search of his only living relative.
4/6 British Rail's new Silver Bullet train ends up as a runaway express to Aberdeen.
6/6 Victoria is convinced Anna is having a secret affair, while Charlotte heads for a fall.
4/6 The March sisters go on an outing with Laurie's English friends.
7/8 Trapped in a flaming jailhouse by the angry mob, the air ace has two choices.
8/8 Tied to a tree, will the air ace and his chums meet an untimely end?
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Neddie Seagoon tries to set fire to the English Channel to claim the insurance.
3/8 More celebrity sound-alikes, featuring Jack Nicholson in Last of the Summer Wine.
5/5 Parish Council leader Mrs Roberts finds it hard to relax on her holiday. From August 1989.
8/8 The Embassy faces tough questions back home, with the spirit of the Armada bubbling up.
4/10 David and Steerforth's trip to Yarmouth has unforeseen consequences.
4/10 The letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill. Another world war is looming.
4/4 Precious gets a surprise, while her case of the missing American has yet to be solved.
5/8 Harold battles with a piano in a top-floor flat. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
4/5 As the 75th birthday of Adolf Hitler nears, detective Xavier March hits trouble.
4/10 Inspired by the success of another gang, Darren decides it's time to get serious.
Roger Deakin presents a unique sound portrait of life in an ancient timber-framed house.
Roger Deakin presents a tour of his garden with its moat and animal friends.
4/8 Joy and George try to disprove a local myth about man-eating lions.
4/5 Model-turned-Grand Prix driver Hellé Nice survives racing accidents and World War II.
4/5 Lemn Sissay meets the drinkers of Amlwch on the island of Anglesey.
Tony Benn's recordings reveal the pros and cons of the UK's links with Brussels.
Children's stories, including Avenger, The Toilet of Doom, and Horace.
4/5 Things can't get much worse for Barton and his team - or can they?
4/5 By Dominic Power. Widow Lottie's odd encounter with a fox has a life-changing effect.
4/5 Utterson's persistence in investigating the truth about his friend Dr Jekyll is rewarded.
Featuring Jack Nicholson in 'Last of the Summer Wine'. With Phil Cornwell. From June 2000.
6/6 For the last time this series, Miles Jupp and the crew take a fine-tooth comb to the news.
5/6 Marvel at the monarchy, thanks to the new Royal theme park.
2/6 Stephen Tompkinson plays a man who is bitten by the comedy bug - with terrifying results.
5/6 Marmee leaves to care for Father and Beth falls ill.
6/6 Father returns for Christmas and Meg gets a proposal.
Friday 23 July 2010