1/3 The birth of 19th-century music hall and the colourful world of its entertainers. (R)
8/10 Actor Warwick Davis finds humanity and humour in some uncomfortable stories. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
22/30 The story of an 18th-century couple who spend life doing up their magnificent houses.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Adriaan Vlok was in charge of the police in apartheid-era South Africa.
BBC Radio 4
23/30 How eccentric homes reflected wider 18th-century ideas about science and nature.
13/20 In 1977, a right royal knees-up was taking place in honour of the Queen's Silver Jubilee. (R)
37/50 History short looking at extraordinary women. (R)
9/10 Actor Sunetra Sarker sets out to explore her Bengali heritage.
3/5 Stuart Kelly on the career of Willa Muir, who translated Kafka and other German writers.
BBC Radio 3
Another Brick in the Wall - The Best Days of Our Lives? (R)
BBC Radio 2
3/6 Welsh dragon, Merlin and Fireman Sam. Determining the ultimate mythical hero of Wales.
2/3 How discoveries in the 18th century overturned ideas of when and where civilisation began. (R)
2/3 Alastair Sooke explores the sumptuous treasures of the golden age of Egyptian art. (R)