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Horror legend Vincent Price tells the artistically horrifying tale of a painting.
1/5 A museum guard's quest to learn the secrets of the universe with a 400-year-old man.
6/8 Mrs Trevelyan's confession doesn't ring true, so our hero seeks assistance.
1/10 It's 1948. Sleuth Easy Rawlings is drawn into a web of murder and corruption.
2/10 Easy Rawlings hunts Daphne Monet, but discovers he's not alone in the search.
1/5 The playwright recounts his career through some amazing stories he never completed.
A mysterious creature is pulled from the sea. Is it harmless or a threat?
1/5 The Vicar of Hogglestock is accused of theft with unexpected consequences.
6/6 The comedian ponders the journey of life to adulthood.
6/6 As Terry comes to the end of his sentence, will he and Sandra finally get together?
2/4 Featuring Norman and Henry Bones and The House at Pooh Corner.
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8/13 Terry is not keen to meet any of Bob's snobbish friends.
6/6 Cheesy host Alan Partridge meets BBC TV's Commissioning Director and a maverick Lord.
8/8 Ambassador Mackenzie packs his diplomatic bags for good, but faces one final crisis.
6/6 The bossy social worker's nemesis Peggy issues a challenge that she can't refuse.
2/5 When the Reverend Crawley is accused of theft, Mrs Proudie takes action.
2/5 The playwright recalls entertaining the idea of being a comic, and unusual student shows.
An article on feng shui sparks a remarkable change in the life of a timid husband.
A teacher faces the task of putting on Wagner's Ringcycle at a struggling school.
3/13 The dear ladies reminisce about the day they moved in.
7/8 With Leo Brent in danger, the debonair detective returns to Canterbury in search of 'Alex'
3/10 A voice from the past reminds Easy Rawlings of a life of crime he must escape.
4/10 Private detective Easy Rawlings is brutally arrested and accused.
3/3 Russell Davies on the necessity of hit numbers, and songs that live on when a show ends.
The battles within the BBC to make programmes about homosexuality in the 1950s and 60s.
2/5 What befalls an unsuspecting goat when she escapes to pursue her freedom?
2/5 Lindsay Duncan reveals how Peter Rabbit and Jeremy Fisher came to be born.
2/5 The ex-reporter recalls life as Tatton's Independent MP.
2/5 The engaging stories of an English housewife, created for The Times in 1937.
Children's stories with Chris Pizzey, featuring Vampire Slugs on Callisto by Jackie French
Movie legend Vincent Price takes the bait, and tells a tale of horror from Down Under.
2/5 An electricity company official interrogates the museum guard, but is he an alien?
5/5 Surreal saga of a dynasty delicately balanced on the edge of sanity.
2/4 The faded 70s idol fails to impress Melvyn Bragg while plugging his book.
4/4 With 2000 snails in Alex's shed, there are fears that they will take over the village.
4/6 The failed talk show host hits trouble at the shopping channel, and Ron needs advice.
3/4 Toytown - The Showing Up of Larry the Lamb and The Wind in the Willows.
Wednesday 30 March 2011