Sparks fly in a house for aspiring actresses as the tenants vie for a professional break.
Musical following a group of people trying to break into showbusiness.
2/5 Neil Oliver charts the story of the two men who helped transform Alba into Scotland. (R)
7/8 Nicholas Crane follows the trail of Mrs Phyllis Pearsall, who created the London A-Z. (R)
6/10 With guests Graham Norton, Sue Perkins and Tony Hawks. (R)
6/20 Working under Theo Randall's tutelage, the students cook a wild mushroom risotto. (R)
7/20 Working under Theo Randall's tutelage, the students cook Italian squash tortellini. (R)
8/20 Theo Randall challenges the five remaining students to cook their favourite dishes. (R)
9/20 Theo Randall's four remaining students create their own rustic Italian dishes. (R)
10/20 Theo Randall's remaining students cook one of his signature dishes for a lunch service. (R)
Nick Crane tells the astonishing tale of the Great Storm of 1703. (R)
2/3 Andrew Lamberty helps a food bank in Fareham and a disabled support group in Aberdeen. (R)
1/20 James Braxton and Charles Hanson head for Cornwall on the final leg of their road trip. (R)
Experts Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey join Paul Martin in Bodmin, Cornwall. (R)
Hazel Irvine introduces third round highlights of the PGA Championship from Wentworth.
14/15 The RHS Peoples' Award-winning show garden is revealed.
1/6 Captain Mainwaring's platoon masquerade as traitors to test the town. (R)
9/18 Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about house and home. (R)
An intimate portrait of five key years in David Bowie's career.
Fantasy in which an alien visits Earth in search of water for his dying planet.
Drama. A high-school graduate strikes up an unlikely friendship with his therapist.
Programmes will resume at 05:55
A socialite enlists the help of a local newspaper editor to track down a murderer.
Sunday 26 May 2013