2/6 Could a long-extinct beast have carried out recent crimes?
2/5 A grisly discovery at Professor Lake's camp sparks a perilous two-man flight.
2/5 The spinster sleuth's investigation leads to a dilapidated house with a deadly reputation.
2/5 Mark's future happiness is threatened by a woman who lives in the house where his son died
3/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a satirical look at the week of the Eastleigh by-election.
3/4 The broadcaster, author and ex-MP quizzes a panel about himself.
2/6 What next for Magdalen and Norah, suddenly orphaned with no name and no inheritance?
2/5 Mr Parker loses his composure when his daughter's departure threatens his orderly life.
Three D-Day veterans return to Normandy, bringing them face-to-face with their past.
4/8 Faith heads to a health farm, leaving Bill to mind the happy home.
1/6 Irangate surprise, and ethical robbers. Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell's sharp-edged humour
3/5 The potential witness has a suspicious 'accident' so the spinster sleuth widens the net.
3/5 A child living in Mark and Chloe's old home says he has seen their dead son's ghost.
4/5 Will Graham be the next Blue Peter presenter and why did Tina's husband leave her?
2/6 Sue Perkins sets moral posers for Josie Long, Owen Jones, Clare Grogan and Andrew Maxwell.
The lad buys a car from Sid, but there is a big surprise when he takes it for a spin.
3/14 An estate agent bully and the Legend of William Tell. Songs and sketches with John Cleese.
1/6 Father's illness forces the family to return to London, but Nancy is fretting over Winston
2/6 MP Duncan Stonebridge faces trial by ballroom dance. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis's sitcom.
3/6 Aided by the swindler Captain Wragge, Magdalen is determined to retrieve her inheritance.
3/5 A councillor's neglected wife lays a trap for her vainglorious husband.
Glasgow, 1780. Can impecunious lawyer Enoch Dalmellington find a husband for his daughter?
8/10 William realises he loves Frances, so he sets out to find her. With Paul Venables.
1/5 Two teachers discuss the changing nature of respect between pupils and teachers.
8/10 Lorimer Black gets an unexpected offer of help to investigate the insurance claim.
3/5 The author continues to retrace his route through India to Sri Lanka.
Mel hears the hair-raising story of Phil Harwood's five-month solo trip down the Congo.
4/6 Victoria is down in the dumps about money, while Charlotte is on a high about work.
3/6 A young prince tackles the dragon attacks, but why is Captain Vimes suspicious?
3/5 Dyer and Danforth discover sprawling evidence of an incredible ancient civilisation.
2/6 How has a tracksuit top with a hood attached to it come to inspire fear in modern Britain?
3/6 The Mock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame inducts fresh members, and there's a new curator.
4/6 Edith quizzes Satan about The Fall, but Satan sees it more as The Push.
Thursday 7 March 2013