16/20 A domestic clock reveals the changing relationship Shakespeare's audiences had to time.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The granddaughter of two men involved in the First World War investigates their story. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
Philosopher Jules Evans asks Gus O'Donnell how to measure the good life.
BBC Radio 4
17/20 Early 17th-century proclamations reveal the impact of the 1603 plague outbreak.
7/10 Michael Portillo reveals the nine lives of Queen Victoria.
19/50 History short looking at bizarre leisure activities. (R)
1/6 Sreath bhon tasglann ag aithris air eachdraidh bailtean na h-Alba. Scotland's towns. (R)
3/6 The family and their home strut into the 70s, and culinary innovations come thick and fast
2/3 Robert Bartlett explores the impact of the Norman conquest of Britain and Ireland. (R)
2/2 The story of Robert the Bruce's invasion of English-occupied Ireland in 1315.
BBC Two Scotland only
3/4 Martha examines places of power in Ireland as seen through Georges Victor Du Noyer's eyes. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
13/50 Jeremy Vine introduces 1963, the year of JFK's shooting and That Was the Week That Was. (R)
BBC Radio 2
David Bintley on how British ballet was forged during the Second World War. (R)
The story of automata, ancient clockwork machines designed to mimic and recreate life. (R)