Two producers buy a bad play for a temperamental star to get even with her.
Following two theatrical producers as they try to finance a new show.
A gangster overhears a bank employee singing and decides to put her in a Broadway revue.
3/5 Neil Oliver explores the role the church played in promoting the cause of Robert Bruce. (R)
8/8 Nicholas Crane studies Thomas Raven's 1625 maps of the Clandeboye Estate in Ireland. (R)
8/10 With guests Sue Perkins, Marcus Brigstocke and Stephen Mangan. (R)
11/20 Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr begins his search for a protege. (R)
12/20 Michel Roux Jr meets three more students from University College Birmingham. (R)
13/20 Michel Roux Jr's students learn how they can improve their favourite dish. (R)
14/20 The four shortlisted students to cook at the exclusive Cliveden House in Berkshire. (R)
15/20 Michel Roux Jr challenges the students to cook one of his signature dishes. (R)
Realising Lauren's drinking is out of control, Tanya decides to take action. (R)
3/3 Andrew Lamberty helps a women's boxing charity and a disabled riding school. (R)
The team starts in London and then explores the curious coast of Belgium. (R)
25/25 The team visits Kidderminster, where some clockwork toys bring a big shock at auction. (R)
2/6 Pike and his girlfriend borrow Captain Mainwaring's new car to go to the pictures. (R)
A group of historians and archaeologists prepare a Tudor feast without modern techniques. (R)
1/2 Jonathan Foyle looks at the cultural artefacts created in King Henry VIII's name. (R)
Anne and Mary Boleyn are drawn into a dangerous rivalry for their king's affections.
7/10 Anne revives Henry's passion for her. (R)
8/10 Henry's acts at court, and on the jousting field, endanger his family's future. (R)
Thriller. Looking for her wayward sister, Abby Morgan finds herself headed to Mexico.
Sunday 2 June 2013