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1/7 Barry Letts recounts his early career through to his working life with Jon Pertwee.
1/8 Fresh from his latest regeneration, the Brigadier and Sarah Jane need the Doctor's help.
3/3 The reappearance of an old flame prompts a trip to France for Charles and niece Lucy.
1/5 Miss Marple senses danger at a friend's manor house school for wayward boys.
English prejudices clash with Italian passions when a young widow is sent abroad.
A vicar appoints a widower as church safety officer, but he proves to be accident prone.
6/10 A seducer preys on Natasha and Napoleon's troops gather in Poland. With Emily Mortimer.
1/6 The author writes off his car as a result of trying to help wife Diana find inspiration.
2/6 To help out the community, Terry uses his conman skills to tackle the local crime baron.
4/6 The rocket countdown is on for the intrepid boy reporter and his dog Snowy.
3/8 Can Toad's fascination with flying help in the search for Mole?
4/8 Mole is feared gone, and Toad gets into some self-inflicted bother.
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8/10 The showbiz survivor finds himself the stooge in some spin for a popular TV soap actress.
5/6 Finally adjusting to his parallel life, Robin tries to convince his 'ex-wife' of the truth
1/6 Toxic waste is a challenge for Ambassador Mackenzie on his Eastern Bloc posting.
1/6 Linda attempts to broker a peace deal between her builder Chris and her neighbour Betty.
7/10 It's 1812. Napoleon invades Russia and the Bolkonsky estate is in danger.
The romanticism of Italy has cast a spell on widowed Lilia, and she gets engaged.
1/4 The detective faces a medical mystery behind the discovery of a dumped body.
11/13 Ned Sherrin hosts the music quiz with Peter Ashman, Adrian Clark and John Taylor.
1/4 DI Bob Boxer and DC Shona Doberman probe an academics killing spree.
2/5 Spinster sleuth Jane Marple detects disquiet amongst an old school friend's family.
Powerful poem about hanging - as inspired by a fellow inmate in prison.
2/3 Acting on the palmist's chilling prediction, the dapper Lord is in for a new shock.
42/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/5 Marriage, fatherhood, 'The Woman's World', vegetarianism and 'The Picture of Dorian Gray'.
2/5 Colette Rossant recalls learning recipes from an Arab cook.
2/5 Front man Alex Kapranos champions the merits of a Parisian salad made from gizzards.
Children's stories presented by Chris Pizzey featuring Mr Majeika and the Ghost Train.
2/7 The producer graduates from actor to TV director, and finds a new path to enlightenment.
2/8 There's another hi-tech robbery and Sarah Jane uncovers a disgruntled robotics scientist.
5/6 What is the dark secret of the time-splintered Linda-viduals? From May 2006.
2/5 Back where Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit premiered.
3/6 Exploring a fresh theme each week, the Irish comedian hosts stand-up and sketches.
5/6 The intrepid boy reporter and his friends are unaware their rocket is being monitored.
5/8 Toad's scheming to avoid being discovered doesn't quite go to plan.
6/8 A village wedding poses problems as Toad struggles to get back home.
Wednesday 1 December 2010