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2/3 The aliens are standing by to invade, but is there an even bigger threat to humanity?
4/6 100,000 family members settle into their prolonged lives on the New Frontiers.
2/6 A trip to New York leads to a murky trail of blackmail and murder.
5/6 As if life wasn't perilous enough, Raffles and Bunny join the army and head for Africa.
9/20 Mr Brooke gets a lesson in reform politics, and Dorothea shares her secrets with Ladislaw.
3/4 The inspector revisits his past while uncovering a Mediterranean murder.
4/5 As Dmitry goes on trial for murder, Alyosha desperately seeks proof of his innocence.
3/6 Arthur is in awe when a film star joins a flight, while Douglas has to disguise 30 knights
6/6 Computer or sports car? Pam and Gordon argue over how to grow old.
4/6 Jo and Laurie must face their futures, while Beth tells Jo the truth at last.
7/10 Having fled Germany, Anna and her family settle in Paris.
8/10 The children settle in Paris, but begin to miss Berlin.
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Sent to Whittlesea Bay, Troutbridge runs out of fuel near some windmills in Holland.
1/8 Graeme Garden, Alison Steadman and Barry Cryer star in this citrus fruit of a sketch show.
13/13 Pike and Hodges call in a clairvoyant to help them locate the pier's rumoured booty.
6/6 As Emily flies the nest, Victoria and Roger assess their marriage.
5/5 Following Ivan's appearance at the trial, Katerina prepares to deal Dmitry a fatal blow.
10/20 Reverend Casaubon learns the truth about his illness, and a stranger arrives.
4/4 The sleuth's spouse looks after a child. Could this be related to a murder case?
The dear ladies struggle to build a flat-pack settee. Starring Dr Evadne Hinge.
3/6 A suspect is locked away, but has the prison governor got the right man?
6/6 War-scarred Bunny returns to London, determined to restore his friend's reputation.
12/28 The American funny man welcomes Raul Melo, guitarist Leo Kottke and VocalEssence.
95/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
5/5 Test your own will to live, and how to write a funny book about cancer.
10/10 Mike adapts to his new life, considering a troubling past while contemplating his future.
5/5 The last stop on the writer's gastronomic tour of Spain is a bustling market in Barcelona.
Children's stories with Chris Pizzey, featuring Matilda by Roald Dahl.
3/3 As the alien takeover approaches, can humanity fend off enemies from without and within?
5/6 After entering the alien temple, a colonist returns as a broken man.
1/6 An uncle's gift leaves menopausal flower child Merv yearning to discover his inner cowboy.
1/6 Sketch series with Paul Merton, Julian Clary, Tony Hawks and Josie Lawrence. From 1988.
4/4 Mark Steel makes another of his slightly controversial proposals.
Saturday 12 February 2011