5/10. A new inspector starts to unearth anomalies in the way Dorcas runs the post Office.
8.00 6/10. A homeless family abandon their young daughter in Lark Rise.
Starring Linda Bassett , Claudie Blakley and Brendan Coyle. Guide: www.radiotimes.com/lark-rise
Andrew Martin explores the changing depiction of trains in works of literature and film - from the savage brutes of Dickens's time to a nostalgic symbol in The Railway Children. He shows how trains made for unforgettable cinema in Brief Encounter, and how when the railways fell out of favour in the 1960s, their plight was highlighted in John Betjeman 's films.
3/13. Patty receives a bomb threat that could destroy her case.
10.45 4/13. Tom uncovers vital information connecting Gregory Malina with Frobisher. Starring Glenn Close , Rose Byrne and Ted Danson.
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