1/4 Retired solicitor Arthur Kipps recalls his visit to the house of the reclusive Mrs Drablow
1/4 A timid commuter meets the cat-like residents of a French village.
1/2 Against Belfast's 1983 political murders, detective Bibi Ash tracks a sadistic killer.
1/10 Swedish sleuth Wallander probes a vicious, bloody attack on an elderly couple.
1/10 The ex-commando comes across an enemy plot to capture a British secret weapon.
16/20 Ladislaw learns the truth about Casaubon's will, and about his family's past.
1/5 Feeling useless after the Second World War, two women set up their own detective agency.
8/8 More celebrity soundalikes as Steptoe gets a Carol Smillie makeover, plus a 'Dale' warning
2/6 The Professor battles against giant, murderous insects in Graham Duff's sci-fi sitcom.
1/6 Space heroes Jack and Chip tackle green Venusian terrorists. 1950s American sci-fi spoof.
1/5 Calm down, dear! Special guest Michael Winner joins in the sketch show fun.
2/3 At the Tilneys' isolated gothic home, Catherine's visit proves to be a terrifying affair.
2/6 The old rogue's talk of Flaubert, Baudelaire and Renoir baffles Nancy.
3/4 Tongues are wagging. Certain weddings are due, and some folk aren't happy.
Includes Andrew Dunn reading Stanley, Flat Again! by Jeff Brown.
It's hands across the sea, as the crew of Troutbridge helps commission a foreign frigate.
4/5 Aspiring singer-songwriter John Shuttleworth takes over the airwaves. With Vanessa Feltz.
2/2 Detective Bibi Ash spots a pattern in Glasgow's brutal killings - and looks to the past.
2/10 The Swedish sleuth's murder probe reveals that victim Mr Lovgren had secrets.
2/10 Our hero learns about the true nature of the secret weapon.
17/20 Lydgate and Rosy drift further apart as the reality of their debts hits home.
2/5 The detective duo rescue a drowning woman, only to discover she is not what she seems.
3/3 Suspicious of Gen Tilney, Catherine is determined to discover Northanger Abbey's secrets.
5/8 Harold persuades Albert to move out to suburbia. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
7/10 Fred comes to a realisation, while Holly Golightly reacts badly over some sad news.
2/8 Tony Benn shares private audio diaries. A crisis for the pound? Plus ca change.
26/120 Ireland's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
3/4 The accent angst of Londoner Penny, born to a Caribbean mother.
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1/8 Hannah is driving her mother round the bend and Joe is discovering girls.
4/13 Pike and Uncle Arthur tackle a tricky situation with an inflatable dinghy.
2/4 Solicitor Arthur Kipps is rattled while spending the night in an eerie house.
2/4 Vezin realises that the cat-like villagers are watching him closely.
5/6 Initially a hater of jazz music, the radical comedian profiles the singer and songwriter.
1/6 The sci-fi star and his crew cast a spell to summon the Devil.
2/6 Alan Partridge is at the Olympics. Barbara Wintergreen is in America.
Wednesday 25 February 2009