4/4 Lancre's new ruler teeters on the edge of madness, and the three witches set to work.
1/3 Agents from beyond the grave help Britain's MI7 gather secrets from the Nablovski Colony.
4/5 Emily sets out to prove that the Willetts took part in the captain's murder.
9/13 The Old Bailey hack deals with dubious alibis in court and chambers.
6/6 Ronnie organises a disastrous birthday party and Nick finally finds his father's will.
4/6 The odd duo try some deeply inaccurate online dating. Is it Peter's turn for love?
4/4 Mr May is swept towards the conclusion of his deceit. For others, there is surprise.
3/3 A new girl at school shocks her classmates with an improbable story from her past.
1/7 Three years after his friend's final encounter with Moriarty, Watson faces more tragedy.
2/6 Guard Gallagher's impending trip to the Big Apple sparks a lot of gossip.
1/4 Ricky's new tabloid column teaches him some hard lessons about life and Gloria Hunniford.
5/5 Will re-enacting the seance finally reveal who murdered Captain Trevelyan?
10/13 The Old Bailey hack recalls the case of a GP accused of killing his wife.
1/5 Hellbent on becoming QC no matter what, John Fuller-Carp employs anyone who can help him.
5/6 David muses on his native tongue as a foreign language and the trouble taxidermy can bring
3/8 A famous by-election visitor sparks party wars. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
1/8 A new hospital needs a cure, but does Jim know his Acas from his Nalgo?
1/6 It's Irene's 33rd birthday, so the island inhabitants have some surprises on the way.
4/6 Can struggling journalist Maddox make a splash with a political corruption tip-off?
After bugging the US Embassy, inventor Leon Theremin must avoid both the CIA and the KGB.
A tale of public and private anguish, based around the Battle of Agincourt.
2/7 The Baker Street sleuth probes the case of a young solicitor accused of murder.
5/10 The letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill. The reality of war strikes home.
5/120 Looking at Celtic life and legend and the advent of the Romans. With Frances Tomelty.
5/8 The guards discover the prisoners' home-made radio set. The autobiography of a prisoner.
5/9 The late poet laureate's 'life in verse', from nursery to university. Read by the author.
Scrabble? Monopoly? There's plenty of fun and games with Mel Giedroyc on today's show.
1/6 Melissa and Compton win a holiday, but spurn Herne Bay for an adventure in ancient Egypt.
1/3 The natural world turns on mankind as a war veteran and his family come under attack.
2/3 As MI7 recruits Malcolm Holmes, some uncomfortable truths are uncovered.
3/6 Marcus Brigstocke invites reluctant vocalist Alan Davies to sing for the first time.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Arthur Smith chats to Andy Parsons.
3/5 Matt Lucas and David Walliams' oddball TV smash hit, without the cameras.
2/6 Billy Bleach returns to the Mallard, the theatre that gave him his first big break.
Saturday 4 January 2014