3/3 Abby and Zara wind up in a starless, sandstorm-riven place where their powers don't work.
2/6 Hunting the killer, the sleuth resorts to barefaced lies, burglary and badger-watching.
2/6 Lord Peter Wimsey's undercover probe sees someone get a pasting meant for him.
3/6 Poorly Pip faces rural poverty and a mystery nurse. Mark Evans's Dickensian spoof.
4/6 Sandy's daughter is an artist. Her work never sells, until Sandy buys a canvas anonymously
1/4 During WWII, Captain Ryder is posted to a remote castle and recalls his friend Sebastian.
1/5 Shelley gets to grips with her cleaning job as thoughts turn to her son in Afghanistan.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
5/6 British musical theatre star Evelyn Laye joins the dear ladies for songs and conversation.
2/4 Grumpy Victor's insomnia keeps wife Margaret awake.
3/6 Competition for a new garden festival in the village turns nasty.
3/6 Suspects abound as Wimsey dons fancy dress to probe an advertising copywriter's murder.
3/6 Smitten by lovely Lucinda, squire Fenton must firstly face her mother's demands.
2/6 Sue Perkins sets moral posers for Tony Law, Isy Suttie, Gemma Cairney and Tim Harford.
A meaty mystery for Neddie Seagoon, unaccompanied by the show's striking musicians.
3/6 The much-loved duo visit a wig boutique, and Eric falls on hard times.
1/9 Featuring jokes, clips and material that you won't have heard in this week's News Quiz.
1/4 Time management, and some special detectives. Sketches and songs.
2/4 Friendship brings new vistas for Charles, but for ebullient Sebastian the family close in.
2/5 When her parents decide to have a party, Kristen comes up with an escape plan.
The imagination of the third Bennet sister gives Austen's Pride and Prejudice a new twist.
2/10 Talk turns to a suitor for the young princess.
37/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
2/10 Bond is unhappy with his new sidekick, but can she find a way to thaw him out?
2/5 An initially suspicious Marilyn relents when Colin says 'I'm on your side, Miss Monroe'.
Mel hears about the other 'Strongest Girl in the World', Pippi Longstocking.
2/6 The complex life and loves of Izzy Comyn, with her propensity for telling lies.
1/3 With music banned in a totalitarian Britain, a battle ensues between good and evil.
1/13 Set to be the first men on the moon, Jet Morgan and his crew blast off.
5/6 Cue the electric lute for Sir John's fundraising rock festival at Woodstock Castle.
2/6 Now living above the shop, Granddad, father and son collide over a history exhibition.
The tall and unconventional woman has much to learn about retail and men.
Wednesday 19 February 2014