A ghost from the past troubles Anna on her bleak return to her childhood holiday home.
An antiques collector finds a life-size doll that is an exact replica of a count's wife.
2/2 Paul D is unable to resist Beloved's advances and must face the consequences.
Ray Winstone picks Nat King Cole's 'Smile' and West Ham FC's 'I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles'
Two old friends now lead different lives. Will one of them be persuaded to settle down?
2/2 A health resort is rocked when its guests discover something unnerving about their stay.
3/4 Joe Kerr explores 18th-century Castle Ward in County Down.
A death during Argentina's Dirty War affects the romantic notions of an expat years later.
Daljit Nagra chooses 'Rites of Passage' in which Ian McMillan joins Druids at Stonehenge.
3/4 After their cancer treatment, Chippy is mad, Jill is sad and Terri is dangerous to know.
5/7 A Christmas goose leads Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson to a priceless gem.
Mike Greenwood unlocks the secrets of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's classic novella.
2/6 Roy is making a video diary, Chad is giving a speech and Jane finds solace in the weed.
John Lloyd and Lee Mack with Karen Dunbar, Professor John Wood and Shaun Keaveny.
1/20 Big-headed from TV success, the lad is set to retire until he discovers his replacement.
2/10 Station Master Horace hopes a new mail system will save the sleepy halt. Stars Arthur Lowe
3/6 Stephen Fry and Sue Perkins appear in Mr Parsons' panel game.
2/6 Molly is worried over the impact of ex-hubby Doug's single life on Dawn and Raymond.
1/3 A trial for child murder and a woman seeking to undo the damage caused by her virtue.
A woman considers the role of numbers in her life.
Royal Mint warden Isaac Newton goes to any length to pursue a notorious counterfeiter.
1/10 Jack McNulty recounts his past hoping he can at last find the freedom he desperately seeks
1/5 Two religious leaders from the UK and Turkey compare their experiences.
1/10 Charlotte Bronte's tale of romantic entanglements set against turbulent times in Yorkshire
1/5 The infamous Observatory Affair nearly finishes Mitterrand's political career.
6/6 Kalessin, the eldest of dragons, brings a message to the people of Havnor.
Sue MacGregor discusses favourite books with Lynn Barber and Sara Wheeler.
5/6 Howard and Vince try to find new attractions for the surreal zoo.
8/8 Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
4/8 John Hegley performs poems dedicated to Bonfire Night and not waving.