2/5 Jake claims an angel saved his life, but Lorcan proves that he may be telling the truth.
2/4 The narrator decides the willow trees are against their presence on the island.
6/8 The private investigator gets closer to revealing the identity of the mysterious Jonathan.
3/10 Carole Seddon and accomplice Jude step up their efforts to search for the missing body.
4/10 Carole Seddon realises that she still has much to learn about being a detective.
2/5 Rediscovering her Cornish past, Marjorie visits the Tate in St Ives and finds a companion.
5/6 Inspector Hopkins thinks burglars murdered Sir Eustace, but the sleuth is not so sure.
4/5 With his colleagues busy on the box, John Fuller-Carp wants to make a bigger TV splash.
3/4 The radical comedian proposes a way of solving punishments for criminal acts.
2/5 Three expectant mothers prepare for their arrivals in different ways. From January 1996.
1/8 Sketch show from Northern Ireland's comics Tim McGarry, Damon Quinn and Mike McDowell.
1/4 During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.
4/10 A stranded railway passenger sparks a chain of disasters.
2/12 Lawyer Roger has an appointment with his boss, but worries in case the news is bad.
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3/6 Robin surprisingly brings a friend home, but he isn't all he seems.
7/8 Another murder brings the sleuth a step closer to solving the mystery.
5/10 With help from the town's snoopers, Carole and Jude make some deeper discoveries.
6/10 Carole Seddon uncovers more sinister goings on in the neighbourhood. Read by Joanna Tope.
3/5 Coming to terms with her Cornish past, Marjorie finds local fame and receives a visitor.
6/6 The Prime Minister asks the sleuth to recover a letter vital to national security.
2/4 Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.
3/6 Crime writers Sarah Dunant and Keith Miles tackle the murder of a TV presenter.
8/12 Shocked William starts to wonder whether Florence was aware of James's other life.
3/5 Continuing his African journey, the author ponders turning 60 as he returns to Uganda.
143/216 America has proclaimed its independence, but the war with Britain continues.
3/5 Matthew Harvey examines an inventor's risks of debt - when does one give up?
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3/6 The author has money worries, while his wife Diana bids to join a ladies' club.
3/8 Clare returns from Australia, but where is Julian? Sarah delves and Eleanor spins.
3/5 A boy swears a poltergeist is attacking him, but his father blames his son's wilfulness.
3/4 The companions prepare for a second night and an attack from the mysterious forces.
3/6 Samuel's crooked brother lures Joshua into fighting the 'Cockney Monster'.
1/6 Tony grapples with the Russian Mafia and the gorgeous Natassia. From May 1997.
1/6 Dan Freedman and Nick Romero probe the French Revolution and Frankenstein.
Thursday 9 October 2008