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7/10 Mel literally starts to fall apart, it's up to big sister Kate to put her back together.
8/10 There's a spiteful wee voice in Danni's ear crushing her spirit. Is it imaginary or real?
4/5 Searching for footage clues, 'coolhunter' Cayce locates the menacing Baranov.
1/3 Victorian detective Charles Craddock investigates the theft of an Earl's painting.
5/6 The private eye narrowly escapes with her life as the anonymous phone threats continue.
4/5 Clementine remembers her stint as the owner of the Muchly Bottom village chocolate shop.
3/4 At a murder trial, the barrister encounters a jury member with a mystifying agenda.
4/10 With Europe teetering on the brink of war, Pierre aims to make a fresh start.
3/6 Everyone is looking forward to Hillfield's big ceremony, but in which synagogue?
4/4 The Yorkshire builders are warned over a dodgy landlord, and a birth is imminent.
2/6 The intrepid boy reporter buys a model ship that sparks off a treasure hunt.
9/10 The children go back in time to check on Emilius, but can they save him from a grim fate?
10/10 Can Miss Price work her magic in time to save Emilius from the stake?
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12/16 Captain Povey and the crew are called to the Admiralty, but devious Pertwee has got a plan
1/4 A childless couple are unhealthily obsessed with a model village.
3/13 An electrician's visit brings worrying news about the pier.
2/6 Budding actress Emily is due on stage, with a large helping hand from her Aunt Charlotte.
5/10 With Russia and France's uneasy peace, all is not well in the Rostov family.
5/5 Mysterious Mrs Drexl is last to share a chocolate tale, and the members soon discover why.
4/4 The barrister faces a conundrum over whether offenders can ever go straight.
2/6 Actor-singer-composer Anthony Newley joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
2/3 Victorian detective Charles and Lucy investigate backstage dramas at a London theatre.
6/6 Battling to finally confront her attacker, private eye VI Warshawski goes undercover.
1/28 The American funny man hits downtown Des Moines, Iowa.
40/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
5/5 The chef wonders if the captivating range of food contains the perfect meal.
5/5 The chef was beginning to hate food and excessive drinking was about to take its toll.
5/5 Herb farmer Jekka McVicar joins medical herbalist Anne McIntyre.
Children's stories presented by Chris Pizzey featuring The Fang Gang: My Vampire Granddad.
9/10 Sol is used to waking up in strange flats, but they're not usually so well furnished.
10/10 Four friends re-stage a 60s moon-shot in a Farnborough semi.
5/5 In seedy Moscow, 'coolhunter' Cayce meets the maker of the footage. Read by Lorelei King.
1/4 Ex-lovers turned cafe-bar owners Pam and Merv discuss love, life and a revamp.
2/6 Satan introduces historian Edith to Adam and Eve, but they are none too bright.
2/6 The brothers' salon is swamped by kids and some uninvited visitors. From November 1999.
3/6 Sketch show with Robin Ince, Helen Moon, Smug Roberts and Kate Ward. From March 2002.
Saturday 27 November 2010