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4/5 Paul claims he can foresee imminent crimes, but the police think he's the perpetrator.
9/20 Frank Rodgers' memory starts to return, but he remembers something terrible.
1/2 Against Belfast's 1983 political murders, detective Bibi Ash tracks a sadistic killer.
3/4 The 1920s detective tackles a jewellery heist of emeralds and hounds a notorious villain.
4/5 Gretchen is pregnant with Faust's child, but the worst is yet to come. With Mark Gatiss.
1/4 By Catherine Pirkis. Loveday Brooke investigates nuns forsaking their vows for burglary.
4/4 Tess hopes that husband Angel will forgive her, but then she meets the father of her child
4/5 The Parish Council's school crack down on hippies - enter Ebenezer Birch.
4/4 The Yorkshire builders need specialist help to fix a penthouse roof leak.
1/5 Featuring The Big Pond, The Fishing Bear and Toytown: The Conversion of Mr Growser.
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8/16 HMS Troutbridge launches an anti-invasion exercise for the visit of Heather's old flame.
1/4 Ruth fakes a family for a client and John Fuller-Carp fiddles the books.
8/8 With their business struggling, Charles and George turn to nanny.
4/6 The household needs a new steward, and Lady Anne is desperate for a drink.
1/6 Jude the stonemason aspires to the spires of Christminster.
5/5 Faust becomes bored by years of wish fulfilment. Fable adaptation with Mark Gatiss.
2/4 By L Meade. Florence Cusack investigates a man whose fate depends on his weight in gold.
Cissie Braithwaite instructs Ada Shufflebotham on the ballet.
2/2 Detective Bibi Ash spots a pattern in Glasgow's brutal killings - and looks to the past.
4/4 When a government minister dies, Edgar Wallace's detective sets out to uncover the truth.
Richard Stilgoe is admitted to Guy's Hospital in London. With visitor Emma Thompson.
4/4 Billy Kay celebrates the Scots drouth for ale, whisky and the great wines of Europe.
20/120 The country's epic story continues with the diminishing power of English King Edward III.
Lynn Garafola, Sir John Drummond and Simon Barnes discuss Nijinsky's choreography.
5/5 Breakthrough in the FBI's manhunt, as their prime suspect's real name is revealed.
5/5 Playwright and novelist John Mortimer ponders what it actually means to 'make a fuss'.
Featuring Lily Quench and the Treasure of Mote Ely; Oven Chips For Tea.
5/5 Lorcan and Aoife discover something odd about residents of Maeve's busy Dublin guesthouse.
10/20 The enigmatic Paddy Flynn reveals more about the hierarchy of asteroid crews.
3/6 Camilla revamps the TV arts show to keep her cutting edge lover. From October 1993.
2/4 Satan starts a quest to improve mankind by infiltrating the world's great religions.
2/4 Temp Cynthia dreams of stardom, but her friends' jobs are under threat.
5/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From September 2001.
Richard Stilgoe dispels some of the myths of money-making. From July 1989.
1/5 It seems that money can't buy you love. Starring Nicholas Farrell and Christopher Hancock.
Saturday 30 October 2010